Bass Pro Shops Flick'n Shimmy Worms
here's an example of just what drives me nuts about BPS plastics. look at the pic. you'll see that the bag of 6.8-inch shimmy worms i just received in watermelon contains 3 different shades of color. the four on the bottom are what i expect a watermelon-colored plastic to look like. the next two are a lighter green color i'd say looks closer to 'baby bass'. the 2 on top are an altogether different shade of green that is about halfway between. then, look at the worms in my package of 4.8-inch shimmy worms. these are also supposed to be watermelon but are yet another shade of green altogether.
March 25, 2011
I have tried the Jackall Flick Shake worms matched with the Zappo jig head. These Bass Pro Flick'n Shimmy Worms matched with the Flick'n Shimmy Heads are far more effective. My first cast produced a bass and I have caught bass up to 7 pounds in the 3 outings I used them this year. I ordered 15 more bags of the worms and 6 more boxes of the jig heads.
July 12, 2011
Go to Bait
Purchased these on a whim not sure if they were any better than what I used. But they have become my go to bait now when nothing else is working. I think they work great!
October 11, 2012
First Time...48 Bass
I have always been skeptical on wacky style fishing. I prefer power fishing for bass or texas rigging with worms. After a couple weeks of slow fishing down here in Florida, I decided to give in and try something different. I took a quick trip to Bass Pro Shops and purchased a bag of Flick'n Shimmy worms and a pack of Flick it jigheads. On my next bass outing I started the day fishing with my Shimmies. On my third cast I caught a two pound bass. I was very surprised at the early success since I have never used this technique before. I never put my new rig down and one bag lasted me through 48 largemouth bass. ONE BAG, 48 BASS! how can you not love that? I recommend everyone to try these worms, they are awesome.
January 17, 2011