Bass Pro Shops Fin-Eke Worms
I think i have tried every plastic worm bait on the market. Your product goes without saying the best i have ever used. I fish in a 3 acre pond that is 30 years old and never drained and only fished by family. I am the only one in the family that is a bass fisher, until i tried your product. I have caught an 11lb and a 9lb largemouth in one day. Now my brother and cousin have went and bought the same i have been fishing. There has not been any big fish come out of the pond until now. I guess i just needed the right equipment. Thanks and as far as i am concerned i want ever fish with anything else.
October 11, 2010
I fish in weed beds, lily pads with clear water,and these are deadly on big largmouths. texas rigged and quarter ounce bullet weight. These are good to use in all times of the year down here in SW Florida. I really like the different shades of green they offer. pulling these through weed beds or fliping to lily pads I have caught most of my biggest fish on these worms in watermelonseed color. The watermelonseed Fin-eke lure has a very natural apperence in weed beds, lily pads with clear water and a dark bottom. There is alot of these in a bag which is a great value. These are the only worms in this style worm i will always buy.
June 30, 2010
Very good finese bait
These are very good finese worms. You can fish them rigged wacky style, or my favorite; shakey head fishing.
Very good smallmouth bait. I like to fish it on a medium action spinning outfit with lightweight line. Make sure you have a good sensitve rod, because a lot of time you can just barely feel a fish when it picks up a finese worm fished on a shakey head.
As with other Bass Pro branded items, it's a good bank for your buck.
March 1, 2011
Great Split Shot worm:
True this worm doesn't work very well on top, but rig it Texas hook style and with a small spit shot and swivel, and hold on. This system is especially effective when fish are not quite active yet to come to hit a surface lure on top . The slow fall entices even the most finicky fish into striking it on the slow deadfall. This type of slow finesse fishing works especially well in clear water lakes.
January 10, 2009