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Bass Pro Shops® Tournament Series® Squirmin'® Worm - 6''

   

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Length
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June Bug Chartreuse

June Bug Chartreuse

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-231

Green Pumpkin Violet Flake

Green Pumpkin Violet Flake

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-133

Watermelon Chartreuse Tail

Watermelon Chartreuse Tail

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-392

Black Blue Flake

Black Blue Flake

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-110

Watermelon Red Chartreuse

Watermelon Red Chartreuse

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-233

Morning Dawn

Morning Dawn

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-1153

Houdini

Houdini

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-533

Black

Black

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-03

Red

Red

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-09

Black Grape Chartreuse Tail

Black Grape Chartreuse Tail

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-305

Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-139

Black Chartreuse Tail

Black Chartreuse Tail

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-251

Motor Oil Red Flake

Motor Oil Red Flake

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-127

Black Grape Firetail

Black Grape Firetail

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-207

Red Shad

Red Shad

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-403

Grape Yellow Tail

Grape Yellow Tail

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-220

Pumpkin Chartreuse Pepper

Pumpkin Chartreuse Pepper

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-248

Grape White Tail

Grape White Tail

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-219

Tomato Core

Tomato Core

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-427

Electric Strawberry

Electric Strawberry

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-135

Black Firetail

Black Firetail

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-204

Green Pumpkin Chartreuse Tail

Green Pumpkin Chartreuse Tail

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-380

Black Blue Tail

Black Blue Tail

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-203

Pumpkin Seed

Pumpkin Seed

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-114

Electric Blue Firetail

Electric Blue Firetail

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-229

Blue Pearl

Blue Pearl

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-412

Bubble Gum

Bubble Gum

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-12

June Bug

June Bug

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-119

Tequila Sunrise

Tequila Sunrise

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-405

Black Red Flake Firetail

Black Red Flake Firetail

6"

16

Model:
6SW18-393
  • Powerful 8up™ scent
  • Plump profile
  • Squirmin' tail
It could be the powerful scent, plump profile, distinctive squirmin' tail, seductive swimming action, or a combination of all the features that makes our Tournament Series Squirmin' Worms so deadly on big bass. Plus, the combination of 8up scent and salt makes lunkers hold on harder and longer.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Phenominal! What can I possibly say about these worms other than ......WOW. I was skeptical at first becasue of the lower price (compared to other worms), but that was quickly dismayed upon using them. I do not own a boat so I do alot of pond fishing and this season I was finding it rather tough to catch bass in most of these ponds. The first part of the season was spent with UL tackle and baits and the bass were not a common catch (mostly bluegills etc.). But I went onto Bass Pro, ordered a new "worm rod combo" and a batch of these worms in red (and purple) and this fishing season did a complete turn around. In my last four fishing trips with my sons we have caught 51 bass out of the same pond. And let me tell you, we have caught "a few small ones", but the average bass weighs in close to 3 pounds. Not bad for three weekend fisherman. My children never fished with plastic worms before, but now it is the only way we fish and they must be 6" squirmin worms in red (although I ran out and purple worked almost as well). I just placed another order today to refill my supply and although I considered for about a split second to order a different brand, I quickly went right back to the 6" squirmin worm. What an awesome product. If the fishing was any easier I wouldnt even need to throw the bait out. Thank you Bass Pro for such an incredible product. August 27, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by Squirmin Worm - 6" Although not the only 6" bait that I use, it is most definitly the one I use the most. It consistantly has produced fish. Texture & color stays. A very good high sky (touch bite) bait. Consistant Colors: Greenpumpkin JuneBug Black Dawn lit banks in Fall: WatermelonGold November 30, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5 by These worms rule the St. Johns I use the June Bug colored 6" ers on the St. Johns and consistantly slay the Bass. I have the motor oil color as well but june bug seems to work the best in the shallows. July 29, 2006
Rated 4 out of 5 by 6" Bass Pro Squirmin Worm Fishing Rodman Resevoir in Florida on the 4th of July, I pulled a 5 lb largemouth out of a pocket of hydrilla using a black 6" Squirmin Worm and an 1/8 oz bullet. It's a good bait to throw when the bite is tough. July 11, 2006
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In bass pro's fishing game, the Strike, This worm is used with what appears to be a prop on the front. I was wondering how i do that type of rigging so i could try and see if it works for real.
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creme used to make one that had hooks built in, they may still make it
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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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