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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.
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
Best Ring Worm I have ever used! Awesome in clear water.
May 2, 2011
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
Good Ribbed Worm but Needs Scent
This worm has great action for a ribbed worm. You can detect the grip on rocks like crazy. I just wish this worm had a more salt or some scent to keep the fish interested. It is a way to make a good worm great. I also had a difficult time with a large diameter hook tearing through. When I went down to smaller hook reliability went up.
June 19, 2009
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.
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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