Bass Pro Shops® Flick'n Shimmy Worms
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- Molded with a permanent bend in the middle
- Deadly on a shaky head
- A real sleeper for wacky rigs
Our ultra-soft, heavily-salted 8up™ scented 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.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.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Biggs615 Good buy
These worms are awesome for wacky rigs. I caught fish on these when I couldn't get a bite on anything else. I already got 2 more packs on the way!
March 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by lhbassmaster excellent worm
these worms last awhile the bass love it u should give these a try i like the colors alot and i like to put a little bit of chartrues spike it dye on the end
February 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by KingGeorge 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tonyco Awesome!
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
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