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Our ultra-soft, heavily-salted 8up™ scented Bass Pro Shops® Flick'n Shimmy Worm is molded with a permanent bend in the middle, giving it an unsteady wobble that bass can’t ignore. Absolutely deadly on a shaky head or Texas rigged, and a real sleeper for wacky rigs.
Molded with a permanent bend in the middle
Deadly on a shaky head
A real sleeper for wacky rigs
Perfected in Japan, flick'n is a hot new variation on shaky head and wacky style fishing. There are two key aspects to this deadly, mostly vertical technique: the use of specially designed, super-soft pre-curved worm baits, and an emphasis on drop action. The ends of the ''bent'' worm wave wildly (like live tentacles) on the fall; simply ''flick'' the rod tip slightly to vary the action.
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
This worm will put fish in the boat when all others fail.
March 9, 2011
havent caught anything yet, but it does have good action
March 7, 2011
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
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