Bass Pro Shops Tournament Series Squirmin' Worm - 6''
Since using the Bass Pro Tournament Series Squirmin Worm, I limit out on Bass Bass every time I go out!
November 9, 2014
Murders the bass!
This is my confidence soft plastic bait. I love texas rigging this guy and catching monsters!
July 9, 2014
they are ok
the fish likes them but they are a little soft about one fish an they are pretty much done
June 26, 2013
Good worm + good price = good value
Bass like plastic worms, you can pay more for other brand ones with fancier marketing but the fish don't see the marketing they just see a plastic worm. I have lots of brand name plastic baits and I am absolutely unconvinced the expensive ones are really any better. True on a given day the fish sometimes seem to be hitting one style better than others and it's sometimes hard to say why you just need to try a few different things, that said if they're hitting worms your odds are as good with one of these on the hook as with any other worm... and if they're not hitting worms it doesn't matter which you use. This worm is a good starting place because is some action but nothing extreme and it's small enough that it doesn't put off finicky fish (just bigger than a finesse worm really) but big enough to get bites from quality fish, and the plastic is soft so you get good hook-ups. I tx rig them with a 3/16 oz lead worm weight on a 4/0 hook and use 20 lb braid with a fast action medium power baitcasting rod. I think most of the basic worms in this size category fish about the same but at this price I get more bites for my dollar, gotta like that. Because they are soft they will tear up, but no worse than similar products from other brands and again the trade-off is you get good hook-ups with the skinny profile soft bait.
June 9, 2013