How to Tie a Texas Rig for Big Bass! | Learn to Fish |Fishing with Artificial Worms

We continue our “Learn to Fish!” series with a video on how to use a fake worm. The Texas Rig is an easy to use bait that catches fish and has the added benefit of reducing snags. Kids will be able to use this method without getting their baits hung up in submerged vegetation, stumps or branches. Take the hassle out of fishing with kids by using this simple, proven method!

Here’s the gear we recommend for beginners trying this method!

Kids fishing rod, reel and line combo – Zebco 33 combo
Adult spinning rod – Berkley Lightning Medium 7′
Adult spinning reel – Shimano Sienna 3000
Adult fishing line – Berkley Trilene 10lb test
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