Bass Pro Shops Shimmy X2 Worms
The shimmy x2 worms that I purchased from the bass pro shops worked very well.The first time that I used them I caught 4 good sized bass around 3 pounds average in under an hour. One thing I would have to ask is how they are supposed to be put on the hook? The way I did it seemed to work fine, but was just wondering if there was a proper way to do.
October 18, 2010
The good, the bed, and the goofy
When I first laid my eyes on this bait I was shocked. I thought to myself I have to try this for bed fishing. I fish a river system here in North Florida that is rather brackish. The blue crab population has exploded over the past few years and I thought maybe the bedding fish would reaction strike this bait better thinking it was a crab than they have the crawfish the past few years as the numbers of said crawfish have decreased. Well it seems to be working. And great I may say. I have also been using it lately as a drop shot bait to avoid little fish that you frequently catch drop shotting, and once again working like a dream. I also like to just let them fall naturally in flowing water, rigged like a weightless texas rig in one of the fat legs, another great approach. I just want you to know this is an excellant bait and I will be ordering alot more.
January 20, 2012
Great action if done right!!
This worm has some of the best movement under water that makes those bass hit. Set up your line just like a regular Ol drop shot, hook the worm right through the mid-piece and here's the trick add a split shot right above the hook so it can pull the worm down when you give it slack. The split shot pulls down the worm as you're dropping it making the worm flutter in the water..
August 28, 2010
Officially my first cast with this awesome lure i caught a bass using the Plum color.
Funny thing is, it was my dad's fish but he let me have a go at it. And sure enough i stole the catch lol.
My top 5 lure/worms in our tackle i'll say.
January 22, 2011