When attaching a worm to a fishing hook, take the thicker end to bait the hook. Find out how to thread a worm through the inside of a hook with help from a commercial fisherman in this free video on fishing bait and equipment.
Alright we're going to do how to attach a worm to a fishing hook. Got a tin of Canadian crawlers right here. What you're going to want to do is grab your worm from the top, the thicker end is the head is where you want to bait them. What you want to do, you don't have to be at the very top of the worm, but about off to the side you want to put in the point of your hook and then you want to thread the hook through the inside of the worm without it coming back out. The idea here is to hide the shaft of the hook from the fish seeing it. When you thread it through a little ways, just bring the point out and the worm will slide right up the shaft of the hook. And there you go. Another method for hooking up a night crawler is the ball method. In this way you just want to hook him, hook through the worm several times. The idea with this is that the fish is going to come and inhale the worm in one single bite.