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Bass Pro Shops® Tournament Series® Squirmin'® Ringed Worm

   

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Pumpkin Chartreuse Tail

Pumpkin Chartreuse Tail

4"

20

Model:
RW08

Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

4"

20

Model:
RW01

Red Bug

Red Bug

4"

20

Model:
RW05

Black Chartreuse Tail

Black Chartreuse Tail

4"

20

Model:
RW06

Black Blue Tail

Black Blue Tail

4"

20

Model:
RW07

June Bug

June Bug

4"

20

Model:
RW04
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.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bring back the 7.5 Love the worm, but really prefer the longer bait. Switching to similar worms that are 7.5. December 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best ever I fish with soft plastics 90% of the time and this bait is by far my go-to bait. When other plastics don't work this one puts fish in the boat. I just wish Bass Pro would bring back the 7.5 in. version. June 21, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Top Notch Best Ring Worm I have ever used! Awesome in clear water. May 2, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great worm In wisconsin when I need to fish high pressured clear lakes, I rig this with a 1/8 ounce screw in weight on a 1/0 bass pro red worm hook. They are a great value and are super deadly on finicky fish.Been using theese for 10 years and have yet to find better! July 2, 2009
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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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