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From farm ponds to big lakes, the Bass Pro Shops® Ribbontail Worms entice the heavy-hitters to take a whack. Our ribbontail worms feature long, sinuous tails that seductively wiggle and squirm as it displaces water. Plus we infused the Ribbontail Worms with salt and 8up scent for vicious, lengthy strikes.
Good price, color combos, and in water action, only gripe is that they are a little soft and can break up easy, just use care setting up your presentation and you'll be ok.
August 12, 2012
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
Maybe the most versatile lure ever.
These ribbontails in the 7" size are one of the most versatile lures on the market. I have caught more fish on these in the last 2 years than any other lure. Colors that I have had the most success with are the blue fleck ones and the watermelon/red fleck. I also suggest the red/coffee ones.
May 29, 2012
i cut a couple inches off the front and use as a trailer on spinnerbaits. Great for bass and pike.
September 13, 2011
Anything from 3/0 thru 5/0 EWG worm hook will be fine. I really like BPS Magna Super Lock hooks.The smaller the hook, the more the worm will shimmy and wiggle. If you are fishing the slop or flipping/pitching heavy cover go 5/0 or 6/0. Use a bullet weight and a glass bead to protect your knot. I also use a bobber stopper about a 12" from the hook to keep the weight near the worm on the bottom. Keep it on the bottom and shake it once in a while. Move it slowly with 2 revs of your reel. Stop and shake it just a bit. When your fishing buddies tell you that you are fishing too slowly...slow it down some more. It's boring...but it works.
I love these worms they are the best I tried them all calpit, power worms, gulp and the only ones that comes close to being as good are yums for color selection I still stay with ribbontail and there are 18
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