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You wanted the original colors back -- and we listened! Same color names, made the way you want. And, with the Berkley PowerBait Advantage, fish hold on 18 times longer! The Berkley® PowerBait® Original Power Worms® offers a soft but firm texture that is irresistible to fish. Perfect size and action for dozens of presentations.

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junebug I mostly fish this worm in heavy lillypads and milfoil and it's big enough to attract attention dragged over the top. V's created by bass in shallow water add an element of suspense as you wait (if you can) for the very soft "tick" or violent crash. My favorite color is junebug. June 6, 2012
hard to find I love the Berkley 10' powerbait worm. I used them regularly when I lived in mass and had great success, esp with the black and blue fleck. Since I moved to Maine they are hard to find. Thank you Bass Pro Shops!! May 26, 2012
Go To Bait I have used these since they were first available,and have caught many 6 -9 lb fish on them. In murky stained or muddy water black or blue fleck is best. In clear water green pumpkin, red shad or watermelon works well. Fish just hold on to these longer September 24, 2011
PowerBait Worms By far the best worms I have used. The scent they are packaged in really does something to bass. They hold up well and come in a good variety of colors. Plum and Camo have worked best for me. September 14, 2011
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I have a lot of Zoom baits for when it comes to fish a 10" worm Berkley PowerBait is the way to go, loaded with scent
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I've had a lot of luck on the powerbait. Try both of them out. One day, take the powerbait, the next take the monster. I guess it all depends where your located
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You have to match your baits to the fish and location, Some situations a 10 inch worm might due the trick other times a 3 inch grub. My usual rule of thumb is going smaller is better, I've caught some very large bass on 4 inch slider worms. Let the fish tell you what they want.
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I seem to do ok with them early but others tell me I would do better using buzzbaits, etc. in the a.m. I just have more confidence in worms than top water baits.
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I fish worms in the morning, but I fish them different in a.m. than in the afternoon. In the early morning I fish a small thump tail worm weightless right off the weeds offshore, this acts like a buzz bait calling out fish hiding in brush & lily pads while they hang out in cool morning water. As the day gets longer / hotter, they go for deeper water to stay cool forcing them away from a easy source of food. Now they get a little defensive, so then I throw the Berkley 10" power worm, and get great results.
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don't kid yourself...always try topwater in the morning or a spinnerbait. my favorite top water is the luckycraft gunfish and also the yellow magic pop r. definately try those out. once you get a topwater bite, you'll forget the worm in the morning.
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I use the power bait 10" worm from 6 am to 9pm (my normal fishing trip on thursdays) I use it on ledges for LM Bass when al lthe water everywhere is hot here in middle TN.
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Mid morning to midday works best for me.
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I also love the top water action in the summertime, but if I get out there and the top water bite is slow early in the morning I will automaticly start rotating with a top water, jig and my 10" Berkley Power Worm until I locate some fish. It is best not to get hung up on one spacific bait expecially if the bite is slow. The 10" Power worm is a great surch bait. With the tail action you can swim it through trees and cover for suspended fish or drag or hop it along the bottom for fish that are deeper without having to change baits so often.
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i just started fishing with big worms and still no luck with them, i think im fishing them too fast.. also how slow, or how fast? do i fish it with seconds or something? please please help.. thank you..
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Fish them slow I have had better success hopping the bait vs. Dragging them
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fish as slow as you can, then slow down some more. fishing worms too fast is the number one reason to not catch fish
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It also depends on the area being used in and the water temp and oxygen content. I personally like to throw mine out with a large weight texas rigged and bouce it off the bottom with about a 3 foot pull. I fish it slow and never swim it. I also like to give it a few sakes when its setting o nthe bottom. I rarely ever get hits on the bottom. It always during the time I lift it or when its falling.
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Slow, slow, slow.
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I have had great success with the 10" Power worms. I do not use just one technique. I usually try to work it several different ways until I find out how the fish want it. I find it best to start by letting it sink to the bottom. Usually I will let it sit for just a moment and then start dragging it slowly and hopping it once in a while. Like all other finesse baits you have to fish it with confidence and give it a good chance. The more you use it the better your sucess will be.
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try using a lighter weight. Some people assume a large worm needs a large weight. Depends on the structure your fishing as well. rocky bottom is good for heavier weight. Muddy bottom light weight. tall grassy weedy water, Carolina rig. And yes, fish this bait slow....crawling not bouncing along like a jack rabit. Let the fish smell it and look it over a bit before moving it. Larger fish seem to inhale it and sit with it in their mouths and not move. hard to see the strike. Pay attention the whole time the lure is in the water.
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remember one thing, fishing for big fish with big baits means a lot less bites. But believe me it is worth the effort. There´s no magic retrieve the only thing its to work it slow, big fish are opportunistic and will not expend many energy chassing a meal. Good luck!!
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Some people swim these worms and others work it with the same finesse like that of smaller plastics. Its all about what your comforatable with. Dont worry about fishing them TOO slow, and whatever you do DONT give up on them. They will put a 4lber in the boat for you. If youve ever fished a jig, apply the same hopping and dragging action to this bait, its big enough to get attention with the smallest movement, yet the action is good enough to trigger a reaction strike when you hop it off the bottom. GOOD LUCK! AND STICK WITH IT!
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does it give it to me at checkout or do I send in to Berkley?
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You must send the rebate form to Berkley.
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I am pretty sure you must send it in to berkley
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You have to mail it in to Berkley. There's a place to click under where it says the prices in the upper right hand corner of the page
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I fish mine on a 7/0 hook so that the fish doesn't have to get as much of it in its mouth to get a good hook set, with a 5/0 you may miss some of the fish that you would have caught on a 7/0 hook
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5/0 EWG
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I use a size 4 gamakatsu off-set hook
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this worm is a huge chunks of plastic and i always use a 5/0 gamakatsu EWG worm hook. it works the best.
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I am fishing for large mouth and use A large 5 wide gap BPS brand or a #6. If your a slow hook setter then fear the fish swalling the bait and hook pry top you setting the hook. They love this smell and try to consume it. So the big hook prevents alot of damaged throat fish.
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I use a 5/0 Gamatazue hook. I get better hook ups and hook sets when a fish picks it up.
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I prefer a 5/0 TruTurn hook
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I usually fish this worm with a 4/0 and a 3/0 mister twister hooks joined with a split ring, a swivel, and a folding clevis to get the required length. If I were to go with a single hook I would choose either a 4/0 or 5/0
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either one will work, but i like 5-0 wide gap
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I use both the 4/0 and the 5/0. I use the 4/0 more often and have not had any problems with it.
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I used a 4/0 weedless, by Eagle Claw
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I live in Mexico and I use a lot of these big Baits when I go after the big fish, and for these worms I always use 4/0 with excelent results. Remmenber bass like other predators go for the head of the prey!!! In my opinion theres no need for a super size hook. Good luck!!
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5/0 Gamakatsu superline hooks worked the best for me.
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best colors for this worm?
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My most productive colors are Blue Fleck and Red Shad
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Blue fleck plum and green pumkin usually empties first
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muddy and stained water use black junebug or blue fleck clear water use more natural colors green,pumpkin, red shad
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My personal preferences are black, brown and motor oil
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Depends on location and targeted species. In clear water, for LM, you can't beat pumpkin and the subtle brown and green natural colors. Remember, the prey that survives blends in! If you're targeting smallmouths, they like greens and chartreuse tips.

I don't throw the big worm in dirty water, since the only normally dirty water I see are rivers. But grape, black, tequila sunrise, or junebug work on the smaller worms I throw in dirty water.

Learn the forage in your particular body and see what color "sheen" they give off at the bait store. You might want to pick a worm with "fleck" that's a similar sheen. But I don't think that makes too big a difference.
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deff tiquilla sunrise i have tried all the colors and i caught 37 bass in 2 days on tiqullia sunrise
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tequlia sunrise or pumpkin
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MUDDY-red shad, black or black/grape STAINED-junebug, or any chartruese tail

CLEAR-green pumpkin, watermelon, camo
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I would have to recommend tequilla sunrise and green pumpkin. These are the only two colors I have ever tried and they always prodcue.
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power bait worms coms in several different sizes, including 12". the 12" worms are a little pricey ($6.00 for five), but well worth it as the big ones bite these!
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They are already making the 12" Power worm and it is a great bait also.
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I have seen them advertise a 12" on the Bass Pro website
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rare but i have seen them so keep lookin :)
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Yes they do, It is 12" long. the thing is, those worms are highly rare, hard to find, and may cost more money than the regular 10" power worm.
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As far as I know this is the biggest but other companys have bigger ones like 13 inchers browse the ribbontail worms and youll find them.
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Gulp is, but I don't think powerbaits are. Call berkely if you want to know for sure.
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yes absolutly i have a couple that are eco friendly as for bio degradeble i would also asume that most of soft baits are but if you really want to know you could go onto the manufactures site and see if your answer is there. Goodluck!
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i fish in medium stained water up to 25 ft. deep average current, unless waterskiers are churning up the waters. lake has some small mouth bass, whitebass and walleye mostly. the other water i fish is lewis and clark in eastern nebraska. water is deep and dark,the current is very strong. what colors or bait would you recommend?
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For deep dark water go with baits in watermelonseed or green pumpking, I don't walleye fish but for small mouth go with tubes and creature baits, for the creature bait the Zoom Brushhog is great for smallmouth
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I don't know anything about walleye fishing except for whatever Babe Winkleman is trying to sell on the TV. But for smallmouth, I love bottom-touching techniques like tubes, jigs, drop shots or even carolina rigs. You'll have to figure out which weights and presentations will allow you to be accurate in that current and get the bait in the right part of the water column and keep it there. Imagine the bottom in 3D with that water rushing by and use your electronics to find current breaks, that's usually where they'll hang out waiting to eat. It doesn't take a boulder, even seemingly small things can save a bass a lot of energy wasted fighting the current.

Drop shots and carolina rigs are tough to work in current but they let you upsize the weight without spooking the fish more.

WIth smallies, stick to green, though at those depths they wont be seeing much. A green tube on a jighead will fish well if there's no weeds and the fish will practically hook himself for you when he bites.

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u can eve g wrongwth 7 inch powerbait power worm that ae pumpkin/chart. it catches all kind of bass and catfish
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My favorite color is the all black or the black/blue tail in the ten inch version. I fish this in stained water because of the big profile. I will fish green pumpkin baits in clearer water. But, due to the smallmouth, I would use the seven inch bait. As for scent, I don't use any except the stuff it comes with in the package. If you need scent, I recommend the gulp alive stuff.
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