Bass Pro Shops Flick'n Shimmy Worms
Would Buy Again
I purchased these worms to try and catch bass on Lake Conroe, Texas when all else was slowing down. I'll say right off the bat that they work great. I use them around the boat docks where Texas rigged worms usually do good, but these do a lot better than that. It doesn't take long and they nail before it sinks more than a foot. Remember to use them on spinning gear and let the fun begin.
March 9, 2011
Ran out of 3" stick baits today...and totally forgot I had gotten these as a set for christmas. Put on a small one rigged wacky and weightless and threw it in the river today just for fun. Threw upstream and twitched it down current and started nailing fish. Several smallmouth, a bunch of largemouth, a walleye, and even a rainbow. Absolutely killer...four species in one hour.
October 18, 2013
Go to bait
On tough days, this is my "go to" bait. It will catch big fish, little fish and anything in between. You can fish it just about any way, but I rig it wacky style, using the "flickin Shimmy" head and most of my fish come on the fall. When detecting a strike do not set the hook in the traditional manner, reel set. This will increase the number of hookups. Good luck.
October 8, 2013
just as good as the jackall flick shake
used the 4.8,5.8,6.8 doesn't matter you will catch fish.works excellent for shakeyhead,dropshot and my favorite with the flick shake jig.rig wackey style and cast to bridge pillons and let sink on slack line and the bass will eat it before hits bottom if they are there.excellent color selection and action.give them a try and promise you will not be disappointed
June 27, 2013