Bass Pro Shops® Tournament Series® Squirmin'® Worm - 4''
Our 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.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1upbeatguy 3rd Year in a roll great bait I have put this pumkin Char worm on several different jigs in our early Walleye season with great success. The bonus is they are affordable. July 10, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by zagles Go to worm I have been using these for a while now, pumpkin seed has been the best for me. Every time fishing is slow, put one of these on and second cast most of the time, bam good large and small mouth bass. I swear by them. May 28, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jdoc 1 worth it The tomato core, watermelon flake, and red shad have worked wonders every time. So far my kids as well as I have landed large and small mouth bass, and pickeral using these 2 lurres. Look forward to continuos usage of bass pro shop touranmet series products. May 16, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by daufuskie17 Great bait...produces The squirmin' worm is the best soft bait I've used. We went out on the lake the last two days and pulled in 38 bass, most around the 3 lb mark. I tied on Berkley's hawg in the same color and my catch rate went down big time. If you're fishing clear water, make sure these are in your tackle box March 12, 2011
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Details: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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A: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!
A:Fish wacky style. Use a finesse hook through the middle.
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