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Bass Pro Shops Tournament Series Squirmin' Worm - 4''

   

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June Bug Chartreuse

June Bug Chartreuse

4"

16

Model:
4SW18-231
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  • SKU: 1107908

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Black Blue Flake

Black Blue Flake

4"

16

Model:
4SW18-110
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 2042610

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Watermelon Red Chartreuse

Watermelon Red Chartreuse

4"

16

Model:
4SW18-233
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 2042611

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Houdini

Houdini

4"

16

Model:
4SW18-533
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 2042612

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Black

Black

4"

16

Model:
4SW18-03
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 639649

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

4"

16

Model:
4SW18-198
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 639654

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Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

4"

16

Model:
4SW18-139
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 639656

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Black Grape

Black Grape

4"

16

Model:
4SW18-04
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 639660

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Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

4"

16

Model:
4SW18-171
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 639662

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Black Chartreuse Tail

Black Chartreuse Tail

4"

16

Model:
4SW18-251
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 639663

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Motor Oil Red Flake

Motor Oil Red Flake

4"

16

Model:
4SW18-127
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 639665

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Red Shad

Red Shad

4"

16

Model:
4SW18-403
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 639666

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Pumpkin/Chartreuse Pepper Tail

Pumpkin/Chartreuse Pepper Tail

4"

16

Model:
4SW18-248
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 639669

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Grape White Tail

Grape White Tail

4"

16

Model:
4SW18-219
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  • SKU: 639671

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Plum

Plum

4"

16

Model:
4SW18-111
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 1107909

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Tomato Core

Tomato Core

4"

16

Model:
4SW18-427
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 639675

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Green Pumpkin Chartreuse Tail

Green Pumpkin Chartreuse Tail

4"

16

Model:
4SW18-380
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 1005891

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Pumpkin Seed

Pumpkin Seed

4"

16

Model:
4SW18-114
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 639677

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Blue Pearl

Blue Pearl

4"

16

Model:
4SW18-412
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 1005888

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Our Bass Pro Shops® Tournament Series® Squirmin' Worm® has the distinctive Squirmin' tail which has proven to be a deadly enticer on big bass. Plus, Squirmin' Worms are infused with salt and 8up™ scent to keep that lunker holding the bite longer.

  • Squirmin' tail
  • Infused with salt and our 8up scent attractant
  • Fish hold on longer
Bass Pro Shops Tournament Series Squirmin' Worm - 4'' 4.6 5 28 28
Great bang for my $$$ 5hrs of fishing 9 bass and assortment of panfish. That's all the matters. August 1, 2013
Bass Pro Shops® Squirmin'® Worm Review The Squirmin worm is a great bass bait. It's smaller than the average worm bait so for hook size (if texas rigging) you'll need to go down to 1/0 or even a 1. August 31, 2013
good product These worms really kill the black rock fish in the ocean July 29, 2010
Catch More Fish This is one of the best worms I have ever used! This is the first worm I ever used and I knew absolutly nothing about using worms, but I was able to catch about 20 bass in about 1 hour. In all I caught around 75 fish that day and I was only on the water for about 4 hours. After that day I became more of a plastic worm fisherman. I started to experiment more with this worm and it is truly a versitle worm. I caught fish on this worm no matter how I used it. It works best texas riged, but I still caught fish on it by just reeling it in or using it topwater. Me and my friends are all competitive fisherman and we will play this game where we select our favorite lure/worm and we cast it right next to eachothers. We will both do the motions for the lure at the same time, so no one has an advantage. I would always select this worm and 99% of the time I get the first fish and win. Overall this is the greatest worm I have ever used. July 25, 2006
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I am new at fishing. I have used a carolina rig and a texas rig weightless on these worms. But, I am fishing without confidence. I do not know how to work them. How do I work them on the bottom and the retrieve?
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I texas rig them with very little weight 1/16 or 1/8 oz and retrieve slowly. When you get a hit wait a few seconds before you set the hook he probably just has it by the tail. Give him time to get the hook in his mouth. If he hits it hard and takes off he's got it.
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Texas rig with a smaller hook 1/0 or even 1 twitching the rod slightly after it has hit the bottom. Twitch - Twitch - Pause. Good Luck!
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I've had success rigging wacky.
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Welcome to the wonderful world of bass fishing. I use spinning gear for a worm this small and 6-8 lb fluoro line. I Texas-rig it with a size 1 or 1/0 worm hook and a 1/16 oz bullet wt to get the worm to the bottom. Once on the bottom, keep your rod tip at the 2 o'clock position and every once in a while slowly raise it to 12 o'clock. Let it sink back to the bottom. Lower your rod to 2 o'clock, slowly reel in slack and repeat. Slow is best.

Also, you could just leave it on the bottom and twitch it or hop it and jig on the bottom once in a while. One slow rev on your reel, stop and repeat.

Also, you could cast out and just oh so slowly creep it along the bottom with a twitch once in a while.

Maybe just leave it set on the bottom and dead stick it with a twitch every 5 minutes or so. Then just leave it set.

Slow usually works best, but the bass will tell you what you they want.

If you choose to fish this worm weightless, you have to fish even slower with any of these ideas because any movement of your rod, or retrieve on your reel, will take the worm off the bottom. Obviously, it takes longer for a weightless worm to get back to the bottom.

All sorts of info on fishing the Texas rig on YouTube and internet. Good luck and tight lines!
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Fish wacky style. Use a finesse hook through the middle.
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you could hop them on the bottom on a jig head. you also do this shaky head rigged. texas rigging works best in weeds but with the jig head or shaky head you can rig it texas style or leave the hook exposed.
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