Bass Pro Shops® Triple Ripple™ Worm

   

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June Bug

June Bug

9"

10

Model:
9TRW10-119

Motor Oil Red Flake

Motor Oil Red Flake

9"

10

Model:
9TRW10-127

Plum

Plum

9"

10

Model:
9TRW10-111

Blue Flex

Blue Flex

9"

10

Model:
9TRW10-117

Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

9"

10

Model:
9TRW10-198

Red Shad

Red Shad

9"

10

Model:
9TRW10-403

Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

9"

10

Model:
9TRW10-716

Sapphire Blue

Sapphire Blue

9"

10

Model:
9TRW10-752
  • Unique tri-split tail
  • Fluttering action
  • Infused with salt and 8up™ Scent
Our Triple Ripple Worm has a seductive swimming action with a unique tri-split tail design that increases its fluttering action and chums up more water to attract fish. Plus, the combination of 8up Scent and salt makes lunkers hold on harder and longer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Triple Ripple Worm As a huge fan of the triple tail grub, thought it a good idea to pick some up of these worms. Sadly, I have not had chance to fish with them yet. They appear to be a quality product and the triple tail will hopefully be the difference maker. Lakes I fish get allot of pressure so I was looking for something the LMB don't see often. If these work as well as the grubs, they will become a staple in my tackle. November 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent on a texas rig! I have used the Triple Ripple on a Texas rig for years and they never fail. If you can find bass relating near the bottom or cover, these worms will catch them. The color selection is dizzying and as always, BPS comes through on the value. You can get several packs in different colors for different water conditions without breaking the bank. Post spawn affords the opportunity to Carolina rig these worms and fan cast large areas to cover a lot of water fast. The Triple Ripple gives the Bass something they likely haven't seen before and therefore will investigate more closely. That means more bass on your thumb! May 25, 2013
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Color selection varies by water clarity, weather conditions and time of day. I generally use natural colors like watermelon seed, browns, and generally translucent colors of just about any hue will work in clear, well lit waters. In muddy or stained waters you'll be better off with solid non-translucent colors like black or junebug. The same rule applies for night time or low light conditions. You should use a solid, non transparent color so it makes a good silouette against the sky. For the tripple ripple worm, I like to use strawberry (translucent red) during periods of bright sunlight and black or purple during low light or stained water conditions.
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There are many different variables that are gonna matter about the place, time, and weather. No matter where you are you can't go wrong with green and black. After a good rain or colder weather bright greens, yellows, pinks, and orange tend to work well for me.
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