Something that is seldom taked about in these pages is the subject of sea worms. I have accidently hit upon them while digging for clams and I wonder if they might not be an important part of our sea run trout's diet. I know they are very effective for striped bass and I once caught a 29 pounder fishing them under the Carquinez Narrows Bridge near San Francisco coming home from a steelhead trip that was a bust. How to imitate them is anybody's guess. I'm thinking about an articulated leech type thing, tied mainly with chenille or dubbing of some sort. I would think that 6 inches would be the minimum size and a dark, blood red color would work the best. If you have never seen one, they look very much like a night crawler with centipede type legs. Anybody out there who has thought about this? Better, has anybody ever tried to imitate one? Even better, has anyone ever caught anything on an imitation? Bob, the I would never dare to use a live natural. What if I were caught by somebody on this site?