Bass Pro Shops 16'' Snake Worms
Big Honkin' Worm
This is exactly what it is supposed to be. You get 2 per pack, so rig them carefully or you'll lose them quick. They move in a lifelike way, but in order to do so they have to be made with soft plastic. (Also, get a ruler out and double check how long 16" is before you order these puppies. They're big.)
July 22, 2013
Monster worm for monster bass!!
Ended a business trip 2 weeks ago and went to Lake Guntersville, Alabama for 2 days. Word was any spinner bait worked as long as it was white or chartruse....well, it sure didn't work for me. I mean ZERO.
When nothing's working for me, I always go to a big plastic worm. Nailed 6 big ones in 4 hours (all thrown back to be caught again) -- 2 were 8 lbs -- after tying on this monster worm. It's gigantic, so it may not be practical in your part of the country-- for instance, I would never be succesful using it back home. Black and black blue are the colors that worked. T-rigged with a 1/4 oz bullet weight--bounce along the bottom, couple cranks on reel and bounce it again. Slow worked best for me.
You definitely need the 11/0 hook. I tried a 7/0 and it's just too small for this worm unless an angry bass attacks the tip of the nose of the worm. You will get short hits that will chew up the tail, but this worm will get really big bass in big bass waters. Wow!
Can't wait to go to SC, FL and TX this Spring!!
I'm hopeful that plastic worm king Pro Stacy King will use these in some tournaments.
January 26, 2012
I have only used these once, and caught no thing. But yet, i was in shallow water in a pond i know there are big bass (my brother caught a 7 pounder). This little pond is unbelievable, but any way i love the way it moves in the water. If you let it sink to the bottom and then reel it in slow while simultaneously giving smwll jerks, i got big bites but no catches.
I also found a way to hook them, if you use two 4/0
gap hooks it lets it wiggle in a way that the 11/0 wont move. So yeah his product is great!
April 29, 2012
Outstanding Real-Life Action
After 35 years of fishing plastic worms to imitate worms and/or snakes....this "Snake/ Worm"s body contours allow it to "swim" like a real life snake, unlike any others on the market. It is unbelievable! Fish weightless in open water or over/through vegetation and it draws the hawgs. This time of the year when snakes are coming out is especially productive. Have caught a number of bass over 5lbs (20+inches) in waters that barely produce two pounders(17inches).
June 25, 2012