Bass Pro Shops Floatin' Worm
Not so good
They float - but they're very rigid. If there is a magic way to rig these baits, I haven't found it yet... maybe I need to try weightless wacky or some other combination...
I'll keep trying them, but currently have 0 bites on these baits (in watermelon).
July 22, 2013
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
bass tear them up
on my small 180 acre lake we usually catch 8-10 2lb. or less bass each per day, using top water, poppers, and assorted creature baits, i saw these floatin worms and tried them this year in black on sunny days and watermelon on cloudy days. the bass are hitting them before they can settle to the bottom( the swivel and hook allow these to fall very slow) now our catch is 10-15 2lb. or less per day and 8-12 2lb. and larger per day.
this has been our best fishing season ever on this lake bar none. and the greatest thing is the faces of all the other fishermen using thier spinners and diving lures because they think the bass are deep right now. and yes i do reluctantly tell them what i am using.
September 13, 2007
No a real big fan yet. They float great, when nose or Texas rigged you can jerk/swim them getting great action. But, every fish that pulls one down...spits it back out. Really weird!
July 3, 2013