Does anyone have any fishing info on the "butter worm" as a jig tipping? I used them for the first time yesterday, and even on a tough,bright, still day the trout only seemed to want jigs I tipped with these longer, juicier,tougher "waxworms". I understand they are harvested in Chile ,are not available too long into the season, and are expensive ($4 per dozen). But I've heard trout guys rave about them, and discovered yesterday that bluegills and crappie are big fans also. I'm just wondering if anyone has used these for bass of others, while jigging?