Bass Pro Shops® Dr. Fin-Eke Worm
The proven Fin-Eke body shape, nicely downsized for finesse work. Very natural-looking actiontry it for drop shotting, or even on a Carolina rig. A versatile, easy-to-fish worm. Infused with salt and 8up scent.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by SFC1 Small Mouth Bass in North Dakota Very good to work the deep water in cool lakes but it needs to be just a little bit bigger in size. September 17, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Golfallday Bass will not pass it up. Sure, it's a small worm; but bass will not pass it up. It's like an M&M candy...you can't walk by a bowl of them without eating one. I like to use this worm on a Charlie Brewer Slider jig head. Just cast it out and bounce it back to the boat/shore a couple revs on your reel at a time...no hurry here as it usually gets inhaled as it settles back to the bottom.r March 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by firefighter545 Awesome little worm Myself, and my 5 y/o fishing buddy launched the boat and began fishing about a 100 yards, from the ramp. Rigged with Fin-Eke Watermelon red flake worms, on a Carolina Rig, we had 12 largmouth in the boat, in about 3 hrs. All fish were 2-5 lbs. NICE! February 2, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by ZeroGravity Outfishes Live Minnows! I have been fishing the Green Pumpkin/Magic Pearl on a 2/0 Owner Weedless Wacky hook at a fairly heavily pressured local pond that holds a good number of largemouth, but is fairly weed-choked. I hook it slightly off the middle so one side is slightly heavier that the other, so when it free falls it drifts right or left, and then give it a few twitches in a weed pocket and BAM! The bass inhale this thing like a wounded minnow. Outfished 4 other shore fishermen using live minnows - they all ended up asking me what I was using! The color chart on the website is off - it looks more like color 22 but with white pearl finish on the bottom. Awesome bait. July 13, 2011
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A:They work great Texas rigged. That is the way I fish them. I use a 3/0 or larger offset shank hook. Watermelon Orange works great in clear water.
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