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Avocado Red Fleck

Avocado Red Fleck

3"

13

Model:
PBHFTW3-AV

Bubblegum

Bubblegum

3"

13

Model:
PBHFTW3-BGM

Chartreuse

Chartreuse

3"

13

Model:
PBHFTW3-CH

Chartreuse Shad

Chartreuse Shad

3"

13

Model:
PBHFTW3-CS

Cheese

Cheese

3"

13

Model:
PBHFTW3-CZ

Fluorescent Orange

Fluorescent Orange

3"

13

Model:
PBHFTW3-FO

Fluorescent Red

Fluorescent Red

3"

13

Model:
PBHFTW3-FR

Green Chartreuse

Green Chartreuse

3"

13

Model:
PBHFTW3-GCH

Natural

Natural

3"

13

Model:
PBHFTW3-NAT

Orange Peel

Orange Peel

3"

13

Model:
PBHFTW3-OPL

Pearl White

Pearl White

3"

13

Model:
PBHFTW3-PW

Pink Shad

Pink Shad

3"

13

Model:
PBHFTW3-PSD

Pumpkinseed

Pumpkinseed

3"

13

Model:
PBHFTW3-PS

Rainbow Sparkle

Rainbow Sparkle

3"

13

Model:
PBHFTW3-RSP

Smoke

Smoke

3"

13

Model:
PBHFTW3-SM

White

White

3"

13

Model:
PBHFTW3-WH

Yellow Orange

Yellow Orange

3"

13

Model:
PBHFTW3-YEO
  • Perfectly sized for trout
  • Lively action and lifelike features
  • Floating design keeps worms off the bottom
  • Infused with Berkley's deadly PowerBait formula
The Berkley PowerBait Floating Trout Worms are possibly the next best thing to live worms. Perfectly sized for trout, the 3'' Trout Worms offer a lively action that replicates the action and features of small worms and other forage. The floating design helps keep the Floating PowerBait Trout Worms off the bottom and directly in the strike zone. Plus, the worms offer the deadly flavor of Berkley's PowerBait scent attractant, which not only encourages fish to strike but to hold the bait longer.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 45 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by must for trout The floating trout worms are a must when they're lying on the bottom. The only drawback is, for the price of 10 worms, makes the lil' rascals expensive. They are soft enough that one aggressive trout may rob it immediately. The "hard-to-find", pink / shad is very expensive when shipping & handling is added to the cost.. August 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome multi-species worm These are called trout worms, but I have caught tons of other types of fish on these as well as trout! First cast in my local creek I caught a nice size bass and a few casts later I got another. I also catch endless numbers of bluegill, green sunfish, longear, and other sunfish on these worms. These are a must have for any angler. Awesome product for all species of fish. July 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best plastic lure for trout!!! This is by far the best lure I've ever came across! I use a Daiichi 1130 size no. 12 and a split shot set about 12-18 inches above. Fishing line is 2 lbs-4 lbs- I prefer Trout SOS or Seaguar flourocarbon. I will rig the hook starting at the head of the worm and back out to the body or do a wacky worm set up. Just twitch as you reel it in. For running water, used the first set up. For still to slow running water current- use the wacky worm set up. The bubble gum is my first choice! The others will be used accordingly to water color and what time of the year when whatever is hatching from the trees. You will not be disappointed. Others will watch you catch all the trouts when they can't get a bite. This worm works for all panfish and even bass! February 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Outstanding Bought these in pink and natural and the first time it hit the water, twitched it one time and Bass on! These are great and if you want to catch fish, this is the bait you want. September 14, 2012
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is it good to use in open/ deep water because i fish in a lake that is 30ft deep in some spots
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use with worm harness.......something with spinners & beads.
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Yes, it is a very effective lure. You can use drop shot technique.
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orange trout worm with a white salmon egg weighted 12" up the line. Don't know why but trout seem to love it. Fish the bottom like catfish.
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A splitshot 10"-12" above the floating worm will let it move with wave action or current
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Depending on how you rig it, you can usually just let is sit. If you are fishing in moving water, you can set it up on a small worm hook under a float/bobber. You way need a small split shot weight to help it sink. For fishing in still water it is great to use a light (1/32oz) jighead and slowly bounce it along the bottom.
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I wouldn't recommend just letting it sit there. On still water or slow moving current- use wacky worm rigging.
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I use it for stream fishing so a small weight 8 inches up to allow it to bump along the bottom works best. Cast it up stream then lightly pump rod to lift bait off bottom to let the current push the bait along. It also work best holding the bait in edges of current downstream. Sweep the rod to move it side to side. Will let it sit still for a few minutes then slowy retreive and bump to give bait action.
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Depending on the mood of the fish, a steady retrieve, "dead sticking" (not moving the bait), and small jigging motions may get fish to bite. Try using all three motions or a variation in these to judge what may be making the fish bite best on that day.
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in a small pond filled with triploid i used this with an egg hook and 2-split shots, I casted, retreived and whipped my rod. while these were aggressive fish i got alot of action.
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I am new to fishing for rainbow and brown trout in rivers. Would these be good for those species? If these are good what color do you recomend and can these work in fast moving water?
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I like pink or pink / shad. The 3" floating worm works best with a #6 bronze panfish hook inserted all the way thru the head, then again in the middle, to the eye. Again, in fast moving current, use a larger splitshot to let the worm float and move around.
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I recommend the bubble gum above all. You can try experimenting on other colors: Chartreus, white, and cheese. On fast moving water, just rigg it like you would as a bass worm. I prefer using a small hook size 12 and 10. 14-16 are a little too small sometimes and the fish will swallow too deep. It is not good for catch n release. Put a split shot around 12-18 inches above it. Use the weight of the split shot according to the swiftness of the water current. Allow the lure to flow freely to the current and bounce it on the bottom.
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They work great for rainbows and browns. My three favorite colors are natural, yellow, and red. ihave had days that white and pink have been the better.
I use a split shot and plain hook in fast water. Also as a tip, if you use a worm threader on them and a long shank hook you'll miss very few hits.
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berkley trout worm works great for stocker trout more educated trout you will have to match the hatch, with that in mind i can keep the frezer full of trout with the berkley trout worm
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Yes these are perfect. all of the colors work but i use bubble gum, chartreuse, and natural. Tight lines
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I use a number 6 bait hook, start about 1/2 inch from top and thread the hook about 1/2 inch through the middle then pull the hook out. Leave about an inch and a half of bait loose at bottom. Pull up to cover the shank of the hook, this helps to give the bait a wiggle when fishing in the current.
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I use a worm threader and a 3x long hook, split shot and a float.
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I place a small lightweight split shot about 8" up from the worm and then a bobber about 4' from the bait. This has worked very well for me. A simple jigging action every once in a while has had positive results as well.
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float three power eggs over the hook and add the power worm running your hook through the worm twice.
works great for me
add a fish juice of some sort to remove your scent from the worm and eggs.
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I'm not sure what will work in your area, but in Texas, I just "Blob" them on, like I'm fishing for panfish or Catfish. No need to rig them Carolina or Texas style, just poke them on the hook in 3 places, leaving the ends of the worm free and loose. The fish simply inhale them. I have gone to using small snelled hooks, rigged with a swivel, with a split-shot above the entire rig. The fish gulp them down so fast, you often have to place the fish in the cooler or stringer with the hook still in the fish. So just unsnap the swivel, put on a new snelled hook (Eagle claw small size #8 or 10) and re-bait. The hooks and bait (still intact) are retrieved when I clean the fish. I've used the same worm to catch over a dozen fish.
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I use a quarter oz egg sinker and this worm on a # 6 hook with one of the Berkley floating eggs. Tight lines.
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most often "WACKY WORM style 1/3 in thick zone as you would a natural in the "band" . this hangs and drifts natural from long rod or bobber .
if cast&retreive angle hook , use longer hook shaft near thru nose and back out band area with a little "woopee" between hook points to allow a "swim action" on slow retreive.
enjoy!! we use pearl/white grubs when this worm wont work . also green pumpkin grub . BUT the worm is nice...
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I use the 3 inch worms when drift fishing for trout (I've had luck with orange and bubblegum colors). I thread them up the shank of a #2 or #4 hook with the last inch or so dangling off. Then I tip it with a white power egg.
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rig on 1/32oz jighead hook or whacky style both styles work fine.
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