Float fishing the Irish way
All I use when the rules of the water permit a float and worming is a pike bung above my normal worming controller setup. The bung must be put on the line upside down with a beed on the top you then need a movable stop knot on your line above the bung. There are then two factors that will control the speed of your worms when fishing the size of the weight in your worm controller and the distance you set the stop knot from the float. Again play around till you get the pace correct for your worm to move in the water. This is a great way to fish for a change and the action of the float taking your worms down the river rather than across will stop your worms snagging on the bottom.
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