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Bass Pro Shops® Floatin' Worm

   

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Product Color
Length
Quantity
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Black

Black

6"

16

Model:
6FW18-03

Watermelon

Watermelon

6"

16

Model:
6FW18-171

Pearl

Pearl

6"

16

Model:
6FW18-21

Methiolate

Methiolate

6"

16

Model:
6FW18-38

Solid Chartreuse

Solid Chartreuse

6"

16

Model:
6FW18-52

Earthworm

Earthworm

6"

16

Model:
6FW18-566

Sherbert

Sherbert

6"

16

Model:
6FW18-567

Bubble Gum

Bubble Gum

6"

16

Model:
6FW18-12

June Bug

June Bug

6"

16

Model:
6FW18-119
These highly-effective soft plastic Floatin' Worms stay near the surface and have proven to be irresistible to bass. You can float these worms head-up on top, through heavy cover, or over grass beds to call up the big ones. Floatin' Worms are especially deadly suspended off bottom on a Carolina rig. Infused with our revolutionary 8up baitfish flavor scent attractant.   
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 48 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Highly Efficient Floaters I rig these floaters Texas Style, and don't use any lead weight, and tie the hook directly on to light weight 15 lb. braid line. Great combination that is weedless and floats with ease. I twitch the rod tip to give the worm action which entices Bass to come out of the water and slam into it. I caught three Bass on one worm during one fishing trip, and will be able to use the worm on another day of fishing. May 29, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by love them We got these last year and couldn't wait to try them. These floating worms had huge success. My husband and I both have them in our tackle boxes in all different colors but last year we only had white. April 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Big Billy My son in law and grade son caught more bass and bigger bas all summer long with the pink and yellow worm It's now the go to worm in the box! March 6, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Don't waste your money I was intrigued by the listed floating characteristics of this bait and ordered them in two colors. However, the plastic used for these baits is so dense, the baits have virtually no action and it is so hard to penetrate with a hook, even if you could get a fish to hit them, hooking a fish would be difficult. Probably one of the worst three purchases I have ever made from BPS. September 8, 2013
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3 years, 6 months ago
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All color water
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I would stick to stained or dark water on that color - but you never know, it's always worth trying things the fish haven't seen before!
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Here in virginia the bubble gum color works in all colors of water, but im not sure about up there in PA
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i fish my bubble gums in clear water
3 years, 6 months ago
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How do you rig this worm?

4 years, 4 months ago
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i rig the float worm on a shaky head jig
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I found that wacky rigging looks cool, but so far no fish. When I've Texas rigged or Nose hooked, I can "lightly" jerk it and it looks like an inch worm swimming across the water. That's when I get hit. They seem to let go pretty quick however. I think the texture of the bait is too hard. Russ K.
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u can shakey head them or twitch them on top
3 years, 6 months ago
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weightless texas rig on a 3/0 worm hook. you can rig it so there is a bend in the middle so it squirms along.
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weedless with no weight
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rig it texas style, weightless
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texas rigged on just about any worm hook you would normally use
4 years, 2 months ago
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carolina rig is best
4 years, 3 months ago
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carolina rig
4 years, 3 months ago
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Does this lure actually stay afloat or just sink a bit slowr when riged?
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No mine stays afloat - unless you put a huge hook in it. If you use a light wire or regular hook it floats... but the fish still don't bite it...

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yes they do and bass just love them
3 years, 2 months ago
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bought 3 bags,2 whole bags sank,1 whole bag floated
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it sinks really slowly when rigged
3 years, 6 months ago
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i used a 3/0 worm hook and it does float. sometimes when you reel it in it will go underwater a few inches.
3 years, 11 months ago
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it floats well with a #2 or#3 wide gap worm hook
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technically it sinks extremely slow, however with just a light twitch you can keep it afloat
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when carolina rigged tail floats up even after multiple fish and cutting the front back and re hooking.
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stays partially submerged
4 years, 3 months ago
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nose hook, texas rig, or wacky rig it with a #4 eagle claw hook, and it will float, make sure your using monofiliment line otherwise it will sink.
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Not really. I've used them weithless with an 3/0 or 4/0. They will sink, but very slowely. Not A really good bouyance with the hook.
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3/0
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#2 or #3 wide gap worm hook
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i use a 2 ott wide gap gamakatsu hook
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i use a 3/0 but not in a ewg i usually use a offset worm hook so i can swim with minimal garbage collecting on back side of hook
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Number 4 eagle claw makesit float.
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i usually use about 3/0 offset
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