Bass Pro Shops Tournament Series Squirmin' Worm - 6''
Great bait for beginners on up to novice anglers
Took the kids, Jonathan 10 and KK 7, on their first bass fishing trip and boy was I glad I grabbed a couple packs of the these worms off the shelf just for this trip. The pumpkin seed/chartreuse and the solid black proved to be worth every penny. They wore the bass out with these two colors. My son nicknamed himself " the bassmaster" after using these worms! I included a couple pics of their bass. Well I would say that this is a great all around bait and a killer when the fish are looking for something more compact. Thanks BPS! My son has his official first favorite bass bait. His biggest of the trip was 2 lb 2 oz and KK's was 3 lb 5 oz.
May 8, 2011
GO TO BAIT
For years this has been my go to bait. I have more confidence in the 6" squirmin worm than any other soft bait in my box. Before sundown I love the tequila sunrise and from sun down until morning I use a black/fire tail. I can not begin to count the fish that I have caught on these two worms over the years. thanks Bass Pro.
October 25, 2010
Squirmin Worm - 6"
Although not the only 6" bait that I use, it is most definitly the one I use the
most. It consistantly has produced fish. Texture & color stays.
A very good high sky (touch bite) bait.
Dawn lit banks in Fall:
November 30, 2006
What can I possibly say about these worms other than ......WOW. I was skeptical at first becasue of the lower price (compared to other worms), but that was quickly dismayed upon using them. I do not own a boat so I do alot of pond fishing and this season I was finding it rather tough to catch bass in most of these ponds. The first part of the season was spent with UL tackle and baits and the bass were not a common catch (mostly bluegills etc.). But I went onto Bass Pro, ordered a new "worm rod combo" and a batch of these worms in red (and purple) and this fishing season did a complete turn around. In my last four fishing trips with my sons we have caught 51 bass out of the same pond. And let me tell you, we have caught "a few small ones", but the average bass weighs in close to 3 pounds. Not bad for three weekend fisherman. My children never fished with plastic worms before, but now it is the only way we fish and they must be 6" squirmin worms in red (although I ran out and purple worked almost as well). I just placed another order today to refill my supply and although I considered for about a split second to order a different brand, I quickly went right back to the 6" squirmin worm. What an awesome product. If the fishing was any easier I wouldnt even need to throw the bait out. Thank you Bass Pro for such an incredible product.
August 27, 2007