Worming how to fish the worm
The only way to worm fish effectively is to take control of each cast you make this means you must be in touch with the worms on the end of your line so that if you contact a taking fish it not a surprise and you can feel through the line what is going on. This is why I like the yellow braid so much you have great direct feel to your worms and can see where your line is in the water even in poor light conditions.
How many times have you cast your worms in square to the flow then with line running off your reel believed the worms were working their way down the river only to find the worms stuck in front of you and line was being by the flow of the river?
Clearly a loss of control has lead to happen. Each cast should were possible be made square to the flow of the current I then engage my bait runner on the reel this allows line to be taken off the reel but under tension so that you can still keep that feel to your worms. The worming rod should be held vertically and as high as possible as this will help reduce the chances of your worms becoming stuck, during this critical period of the cast I always hold the running line in my hand so I can feel what is going on.
The important thing then when worming is to get the weight right for the section of the river you are fishing. The worms should move through the water at or just below the pace of the river, your weight must be adjusted till this is achieved. When starting to fish a run or pool do not always cast your worms as far as possible often if not disturbed fish will hold up closer in so it is best to start with a short line and work it further out as you go