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It could be the powerful scent, plump profile, distinctive squirmin' tail, seductive swimming action, or a combination of all the features that makes our Bass Pro Shops® Tournament Series® Squirmin'® Worms so deadly on big bass. Plus, the combination of 8up™ scent and salt makes lunkers hold on harder and longer.
Best worm for Bass you can buy anywhere!! I've tried many different worms over the years and none compare with this one.
April 26, 2010
This is a very effective easy to use worm. I use it most from pre-spawn to post -spawn for bass. Rig it texas style one a 2/0 hook with a 1/8 oz bullet sinker. Simply raise your rod tip then wind the slack down, letting the worm fall naturally. I prefer the 17, 30, 46, and 68 colors.
June 9, 2009
I tried a pack of the 6" bubblegum worms on the recommendation of a friend. we were fishing a small river last spring, and the trout loved them. They were almost jumping out of the water before the lure hit. Who would've known pink of all colors.
November 26, 2008
Hooked On The Squirmin' Worm
I used to use these puppies in the canals in and around Royal Palm Beach, FL with great success. And, my night time secret weapon ... any BPS Squirmin' Worm with a FIRETAIL. There's only three or four of them, but they are all deadly at night or in murky water. Black with Chartreuse Tail is a good one as well. There are several sizes, too.
I'd give them a 5 star, but they don't work as well for me in Cali as they do in the East and South.
June 24, 2008
I use props on the front of these worms just to add a little more turbulence and flash to the worms as I mainly fish at night here in Arizona. I use small propellers (obtained through lure manufacture outlets) and coupled them with glow in the dark beads. Here is a narrative of how that would look. I would have a 1/16oz Tungsten weight (color matched to the worm), a glow in the dark bead (6mm, Chartreuse, Pink or Orange) a propeller, then another bead next to the worm. Since the propeller spins on the line, several times during your fishing, retie as the propeller with wear the line. this is very simple, just push the combination up the line and re-knot to the hook.
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