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Bass Pro Shops Drop Shot Worm

   

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

4"

7

Model:
4DSW8-198E
  • $3.69

  • SKU: 900972

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Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

4"

7

Model:
4DSW8-171E
  • $3.69

  • SKU: 900981

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Watermelon Candy

Watermelon Candy

4"

7

Model:
4DSW8-118E
  • $3.69

  • SKU: 900984

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Albino Shad

Albino Shad

4"

7

Model:
4DSW8-558E
  • $3.69

  • SKU: 900982

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We designed our Bass Pro Shops® Drop Shot Worm with deep water drop shottin' in mind. This enticing split-tail dandy is a dead ringer for a small baitfish and will draw strikes from a variety of fish. The Drop Shot Worm sports small eyes for a lifelike appearance, and its large, extra-fat head makes hook placement easy. Infused with salt and 8up scent.

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Worked for me. I used the Albino shad drop-shotting in 35 to 40 feet of water. My partner was using the watermelon seed and we took 1st place with a 5 fish limit totaling 23lbs 3 oz. We had texas rigged along the banks with regular worms all morning and caught only shorts. I plan on using them a lot more in the future. February 14, 2007
Great detail This is one of the best looking dro shot worm I have seen great action April 1, 2008
Very good drop shot These work nicely, fished as a drop shot, and the pearl color looks to be the same shade as the shad color. Pretty durable compared to others as well, and wont need to be changed as often. BassPro gives you more units. Stays on the hook well too. You may want to experiment with a few different colors such as white color and the green and get a feel for your lake. Basspro octopus hooks and drop shot weights all work well together. July 13, 2008
Very Pleased I used this at lake Oraville in CA its a deep lake with lots of deep ledges, I was using the Albino shad and my step dad was using Berkley power worms.. I outfished him using these. Very pleased a love em. June 21, 2007
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does it float?

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Sorry for the delay. It floats very little the best way to fish it it like a jib but slower
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No it does not float but with no weight it is a slow sinker
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it is 4 inches
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They are about 4-6 inches
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Short and Stout 5 inches long
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Color depends on conditions clarity and what color bugs the bass are eating
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nose hook the bait and work it slowly keeping the weight in contact with the bottom
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I have had the best results by hooking it wacky style. I use a six inch trick worm type worm.
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If you look on youtube you will find everything you need to know about a drop shot setup.

The easiest way is to measure out the length of left over you want as a trailer for the drop shot weight. Make a palomar knot with the hook. Run the extra back through the eye of the hook one more time and then cinch your drop shot weight on any where from 8 - 15 inches down from the hook.

It is typically best to hook the worm or minnow very close to the head of the bait to allow it the best action. Just run the hook straight through the top of the head.

Fishing the drop shot rig is easy. Just remember to not twitch it as you move it, and once you have it in place keep the line tight and twitch it for about 5 seconds before moving it again...always keep a tight line, unless in areas where you can sight fish and can allow the weight to drop to the bottom and then pull it back up again.
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which color worls the best?
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Black is the best color overall.
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Any of the watermelon colors work great. I just purchased all of the kinds and just work each through the paces, and if I'm not getting bites I just switch color. More often than not bass love this rig so much it's just a matter of finding the right soft plastic. One day they wouldn't take this worm and I used a Fin S Texas Shad Minnow and I was back in fishing nirvana. It's the great thing about this rig is the ability to try so many different set ups quickly.
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