Bass Pro Shops® Tournament Series® Squirmin'® Worm - 6''
- Powerful 8up scent
- Plump profile
- Squirmin' tail
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by DSA52 Satisfied, but not totally I ordered four packs of 6 inch black grape Bass Pro brand Squirmin Worms, only because you guys apparently don't make the 8 inch version anymore, or at least I couldn't find them in your store, catalouge or online. Please bring back the 8 inch version. The order was delivered as promised, with no issues. I just prefer the 8 inch, because when it comes to bass fishing, size does matter. Thanks September 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sweeneyman55 Excellent Product Would highly recommend to anyone fishing for Large or Small mouth Bass. August 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dunnj22 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by daufuskie17 Big Baits, Big Fish After having a lot of success with the 4" version, I figured I'd upgrade to the 6". On average the bass I've been catching have been about half a pound to a pound larger, and they come one after another. I've been using watermelonseed, pumpkinseed, and electric blue. I'm headed back today to fill by tacklebox with em. May 8, 2011
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Details:In bass pro's fishing game, the Strike, This worm is used with what appears to be a prop on the front. I was wondering how i do that type of rigging so i could try and see if it works for real.
A:creme used to make one that had hooks built in, they may still make it
A:I use props on the front of these worms just to add a little more turbulence and flash to the worms as I mainly fish at night here in Arizona. I use small propellers (obtained through lure manufacture outlets) and coupled them with glow in the dark beads. Here is a narrative of how that would look. I would have a 1/16oz Tungsten weight (color matched to the worm), a glow in the dark bead (6mm, Chartreuse, Pink or Orange) a propeller, then another bead next to the worm.
Since the propeller spins on the line, several times during your fishing, retie as the propeller with wear the line. this is very simple, just push the combination up the line and re-knot to the hook.
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