Bass Pro Shops Flick'n Shimmy Worms
I broke all my records
I won't say where I fish because I want to be the only fisherman using this technique on my lake. I use only the 6.8 size and I use the jig heads with an O ring, putting the ring on the worm with the tool designed for that purpose. Bass Pro should make a 1/4 oz. jig head because you can catch fish with this rig down at 30 feet. I buy that size at Tackle Warehouse. If I don't catch fish on the fall, I jiggle the worm along the bottom like a shaky head. This provokes some really violent strikes. The Bass Pro version of the worm is just as good or better than the original. I broke all my personal records last summer for large fish using this worm and technique.
January 14, 2014
Flick'n Shimmy Worms
The very first time I tied these worms on along with the Flick'n shimmy 1/16 oz jig head I was not prepared for the violent strikes that they produce. First off the worm is very soft and has increadible action in the water as though it is alive. The first 5 casts with this worm I had 5 violent strikes. The Bass really want this lure and in all occasions they took the bait and swam off. Just tighten your line a little and set the hook! I used the Red/Plum color and have since caught fish on every fishing trip. Get some of these worms you will notbe diappointed.
September 7, 2012
Just purchased these worms and have since tried them out in my home state of New Jersey and on a recent visit to Florida. It is a very good worm for both states. Caught bass in both places rigged carolina style. Very good movement in the water due to it's overall length. Very lifelike, especially on the fall to the bottom. Had a good number of hits this way. Good for the price as well.
July 29, 2014
Outstanding new product !
I have only fished with this worm for a few weeks, but I can already tell this worm has a ton of potential. It is the perfect wrom to fish with Tru- Tungsten Flea Flicker jig, or a Buckeye Flick-it jig. I have use this worm around grass lines, and docks, and have caught quite a few fish with it. I did really well with this worm over Laborday weekend casting to the shady side of docks with a Green pumkin worm, and a 3/32 jig head
September 21, 2010