Here is some great content from one of our past 2011 episodes.
This video "Splash" focuses on presenting a weightless Strike King Lure Company Ocho Stick Worm and the effects that different line types and diameters have on this rigs fall rate.
A couple little tips. I carry sharpie permanent markers in various colors and I dull down the bottom 2 or 3 feet of line with them to stop the reflection. I also carry a black dry erase marker that I put a razor slit in the tip of. I use it when tying florocarbon and clear lines, Pull about 6 to 8 inches of line through the slit in the tip and it turns the line black easier to see to run through the hook eye and tie even in bright sunlight. After the knot is tied wet your fingers and rub the knot and the black wipes right off. The permanent markers also work great in a pinch for changing colors on lures anf jig heads too.