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Black

6"

16

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6FW18-03
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Watermelon

Watermelon

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Pearl

Pearl

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Methiolate

Methiolate

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Solid Chartreuse

Solid Chartreuse

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16

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6FW18-52
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Earthworm

Earthworm

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16

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6FW18-566
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Sherbert

Sherbert

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6FW18-567
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Bubble Gum

Bubble Gum

6"

16

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6FW18-12
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June Bug

June Bug

6"

16

Model:
6FW18-119
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These highly-effective soft plastic Bass Pro Shops® 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.

  • Stays near the surface and proven to be irresistible to bass
  • Highly-effective soft plastic
  • Infused with 8up baitfish flavor
Bass Pro Shops® Tournament Series® Softbaits - Floatin' Worms 4.6 5 38 38
Great Worm! These worms don't necessarily float on the surface, but fish them weightless on a Texas rig and they stand up perfectly on the bottom. Great shaky type rig. August 2, 2011
well worth it i bought these worms cause i fish alot of shallow ponds with alot of weeds. all of the ones that i have tried have produced very well. The texas rig with a bend in the worm gets the best action. May 1, 2011
1 out of 3 bought 3 bags of these,threw the worms into the test tank 2 whole bags of worms sank 2 to the bottom,1 bag of worms floated, w/ a1/0 hook worm goes down tail stands straight up(great on a shakey head or just on a hook) they should test there worms to make sure they all do what they say they do,i feel i wasted my money on the other 2 bags,not worth to pay shipping to get money back,or to chance getting 2 more bags of sinking worms(got plenty of those),fished floaters and did well. April 11, 2011
Color Blind ??? Bought a pack of June bug and a pack of Watermellon seed....neither color is even CLOSE to the color of any other brands on the market.Colors are kinda "pastel". Need to re-evaluate color naming. January 17, 2011
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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
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How do you rig this worm?

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u can shakey head them or twitch them on top
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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
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carolina rig is best
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carolina rig
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Does this lure actually stay afloat or just sink a bit slowr when riged?
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yes they do and bass just love them
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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
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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.
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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
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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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5/0
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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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