Bass Pro Shops Ribbontail Worms
this was a consistent producer on opening weekend this year, caught some nice fish!
May 31, 2011
This worm is great for on a Texas rig. Most of the time I fish the 7 inch worm in the Watermelon/ Red Flake, or the Junebug color. I also like fishing the 10 inch worm in Black Blue Flake at dusk.
February 22, 2009
Very Good Purchas
When I first bought these I figured they wouldn't be the star of my tackle box, but for bass fishing they sure turned out to be just that! I catch Bass after Bass on these, they never dissapoint. One simple cast will get you bites. I typically cast, reel down a little, then simply wait. A slow reel also attracts the bass very nicely. My favorite all around color is Red Shad. It is simply the best color. The only complaint I have is how easy these worms are to break. They split very easily, and seem to fly off the hook occasionally too. Besides durability these are very good products. They hold the bite long enough for the hook to be set. A must buy for any bass fisherman.
July 4, 2012
Very good ribbontail
As an avid fisherman as far as worm fishing I have been fishing this worm semi exclusively for 2 1/2 years now. As most I had box full of different brands colors, etc. I found that the worm is the most productive bait on a consistency basis and lost its allure in the bass fishing market of everything flashy made to catch the fisherman not the fish. I eventually gravitated to 2 brands BPS being one.
Using 2 brands of ribbontails on the market and I find paired together with the color selections that would be all I need. the BPS brand is a little more tougher but produces just as well in certain colors.
I really like that the color pour seems more natural and not perfect as far as one color stops and another starts in some colors. Nature is not perfect.
As far as favorite colors it is up to situation and the individuals confidence in the bait.
I recommend buying a few packs to start and I will be shocked if you are not adding this product to your arsenal. At first start with the natural colors and graduate up to the more pronounced color schemes. You will add them soon enough.
December 20, 2014