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Berkley's PowerBait Micro Power Wigglers are the right size and have the right action to bring out the hungry beast in any freshwater trout, bass, or walleye. The biodegradable PowerBait Micro Power Wiggler baits slowly release a taste and scent cloud that attracts even distant fish.

Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Berkley® PowerBait® Micro Power Wigglers Review These are a great alternative to worms. Great for many types of panfish. September 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by micro power wigglers first time buying these. they work great! i've caught almost 2# bream,blue gill, red ear and bass! July 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by No need for live bait We caught all the bluegill that we could handle with these. The White worked best. They last longer than live bait. Just use a small hook and bobber. June 28, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Power wigglers I fish for Kokanee and these work just as good as live maggots plus they can be used a lot longer. April 16, 2012
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they are jointed so you can make as long as you want
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Just about an inch long
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can u fish them weightless or with weight and i do fish panfish with worms no weights and hauled tons of panfish
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We have used them to fish for bluegill without weights.
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Most of the time I fish these with this rig, and it just keeps on catching bluegills:

1) Impale the wriggler on a size 6 or smaller hook (size 6 for big bites, if you are using a very small hook, you can cut the wriggler in half.)

2) I use 8lb fireline, but any line will work that's under 8lb test (mono or braid). I attach the hook to an 8-14 inch leader, and the whole rig is suspended under a float.

3) Since this rig is very light, I recommend an Ultralight rod.

4) I cast this rig under trees and into small pockets in the weeds and have been consistently catching "Bull"gills and nice largemouths.

Tight lines.
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either way. i fish crappie tight line, weighted or no weight or with a cork. attach berkeley bait to jig. i use mostly 1/32 weights but will use 1/16. all successfully
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I have had plenty success using these worms rigged either way. Panfish tore them up both ways for me, it just depended on how they were hitting. I have also used them rigged on a crappie jig with success!
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you can fish them with weight but they are better without when suspended in the water

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i fish them no different than i would regular worms but i do use a jig sometimes adds extra weight
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