**12 Go Guilt-Free **
As the late Ed Zern, Field & Stream's great humorist, once put it, anglers are born honest but they get over it. His dictum applies to any number of angling maneuvers, including the matter of adding a piece of worm to a wet fly. The fly-and-worm is at its best in the quick-water pockets of late-spring brooks. Some anglers believe that certain patterns work better than others in this role, the Woolly Worm, Black Gnat, Royal Coachman, and Professor among others, but I personally don't think the type of fly matters. At this point you're not really flyfishing anyway. , bankside slicks, and the edges of big pools.