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Clearance Bass Pro Shops Tournament Series Squirmin' Ringed Worm

   

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Pumpkin Chartreuse Tail

Pumpkin Chartreuse Tail

4"

20

Model:
RW08
  • Clearance price: $1.98

  • Reg. price: $4.19

  • SKU: 954713

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Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

4"

20

Model:
RW01
  • Clearance price: $1.98

  • Reg. price: $4.19

  • SKU: 954696

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June Bug

June Bug

4"

20

Model:
RW04
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  • Reg. price: $4.19

  • SKU: 954699

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Perfect for finessing or Carolina rigs, the high-action Bass Pro Shops® Tournament Series® Squirmin'® Ringed Worm features a seductive squirmin' tail and wide ribs along the body. The ribs work to release fish-attracting air bubbles on the descent to ensure solid, jaw penetrating hook sets. Available in an array of fish-catching colors.

Bass Pro Shops Tournament Series Squirmin' Ringed Worm 4.6 5 13 13
best bait ever this bait is excellent in all water conditions. i use the water melon chartreuse tail in very clear water, and black with blue tail in muddy water. this bait is great in high pressure situations, when bass are not biting. it is great for large and smallmouth bass. i use it texas rigged with a lite weight, and let it flutter to the bottom. bouncing it off the bottom very slow works the best. this bait works for all size bass in any situation. i would pick some packs up if i were you. good luck!!! March 8, 2008
Outfished My Zoom Big Dead Ringer It was the middle of a clear day and I went to my usual fishing hole. The bass were being very selective. Normally the Zoom Big Dead Ringer Pumpkin/Chart does the trick, but nothing was biting. I decided to tie on BPS 7" Squirmin Worm (Watermelon/Chart) and the hits started. Landed a variety of sizes, including a big 'ole fat 16" that was ticked off. (I don't weigh my fish, but this was the thickest one of the summer!) My guess was 4 lbs easy. Thanks BPS for a great product!! October 10, 2008
Super Bait I have used the Squirmin Worm in 4 different colors. Because of the deep ringed ribs on this bait the bass seem to hold on to it longer, giving you much more time to set the hook. July 11, 2006
Best worm out there I fish all kinds of soft plastics, 90% of the time, and this is by far the best worm I've ever used. Here on the Ohio river, watermelon seed with a spray of chartruese on the tail is the color to use. In clear water I use pumpkin seed. The bass seem to hold on longer for a more solid hookset. The only drawback is, the bait is so soft after 2 or 3 fish you have to put a new worm on. January 21, 2007
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Everyone has personal preferences, and these may affect the choices you make. It will depend on where you will fish and what the fish are biting on that day. You might order both as each one might work for different days or different body of water. Thanks
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i say the bps ones because they look great and i caught 12 bass in 25 minutes with those ones

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the bass pro shops version is much better
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I want the same type tail that's used on the regular 4" Squirmin' worm.
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The tails should all be the same. The photos might give a different impression, but they are all the same.
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They are the same, Picture just shows them laying in a diff. postion. All the same worm.
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I would think that winter or fall would be the best time because that's when i use ribworms, but i usually use them rigged weightless. this worm looks like it should be rigged texas or carolina which aren't usually winter riggings.
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i like to use these types of worms in early spring mid summer but it all depends on the water color temp height and cover you are fishing.
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I use them year round. I usually rig texas style with 1/8th oz sinker in the spring and fall and Carolina rigged in the summer. Pitch into tree tops and if there is a bass there it'll bite.
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Great worm year around.
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Spring and early summer when the prey they eat is still small,texas in scattered weeds carolina in more sparse situations
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It will perform best weighted to offer the best presentation. Best to go with either texas or carolina rig. Also possible to use shaky head football jig.
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Super light texas rigged 1/16 to 1/8 oz. or carolina rigged is best
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This worm is ribbed for vibration and also grip. You need to be able to get the worm onto cover. I suggest you texas rig the worm and use large hops to move it back. Then you get the vibration and the action of the tail.
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Clear to light stained.
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Clear for sure but they work well in stained also
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