r.h. in okla.·
I've been thinking about doing a lot more fishing this coming summer. As big as my family has gotten I'm having a hard time making my frozen fish last through the winter months. In fact I'm already out and gettin fish hungry. Usually I do a lot of fishing in the early spring when the sand bass are spawning and then I slack off until around August and start limblinning for flatheads. Well I'm wanting to do a lot more fishing in between the sandbass and the flatheads. In the month of June I can find native nightcrawlers by the hundreds. In fact I can walk a mile down or up the creek from my house and just about half fill a 5 gallon bucket with worms. What do you think would be the best way to fish with so many worms? Trotline? Jugs? Throwlines? Combo of all? I figure rod and reel would not be as productive since on some lakes and stream you are limited on how many you can use at once.