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You wanted the original colors back, we listened! Same color names, made the way you want. And, with the Berkley PowerBait Advantage, fish hold on 18 times longer! Soft but firm texture is irresistible to fish. Perfect size and action for dozens of presentations.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Great bass Bait I am a new fish man. At first I used the soft worms from other companies to fish bass, but I never got one. I felt so disappointed. Then I searched the web to see what bait other people used. I found a lot of people recommended this 7" Berkley® PowerBait® Original Power Worms. I ordered several colors of this worm. Then I tried this worm in the lake. I got 5 large mouth basses the first day,all between 1-2 pounds.I was so happy. I mainly use Carolina rig for this worm. September 2, 2014
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Rated 5 out of 5 by First name greatest last name ever This is obviously the best worm on the market. If you argue that then you must be on something. I like zoom but nothing beats this beast of a plastic worm. It also isn't that expensive either so you get quality and quantity. With 13 in each pack it is the best hands down! February 20, 2014
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I would use a Medium Heavy Rod with a Abu Garcia 5500C reel. On the reel it would be spooled with 15 lb test line mono filament line; if there are a lot of stumps I would go to 20 lb test line. I use Berkley Triline Big Game. I have used Berley Power Worm - pumpkin seed on lakes all over Texas and Alabama with great success.
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any spinning rod an reel combo with 15lb big game line solar collector color works best for me
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I have the best luck when using a 6'6" rod 12-15 lb line and rigged Texas style with a pegged sinker, Red Shad, and Blue Fleck awesome colors
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just use any reel and rod combo you want, though I prefer using a spinning combo for finesse-type baits. Line should match the reels capacity, but other than that I would say about 8-12 pound test mono, or 10-15 pound braid. You got to make sure those trophies stay on the line!
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I would use a 61/2 to 7 foot medium heavy rod with a fast tip with a 6.2 to1 reel
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I prefer to use spinning rod and reel with braid, unless water is very clear, then use monofilament
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Bionic Blade spinning with a Shimano Spirex reel.
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A good choice would be a mh casting rod with a fast action paired with a quality low profile baitcasting reel and 20 lb braided line. The length of the rod is really personal preference but most people would probably choose 6.5 or 7 ft. If you don't have this equipment and are looking for a decent starting combo the bass pro tourney special stuff is really good especially for the money.
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Best size hook and best size bullet weight?
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I like to use a 4/o ewg worm hook on 12lb. florocarbon line. Making a long cast letting the worm go to the bottom and then raising the rod tip up to let the worm swim up and then back down and repeat .
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I only use 1/8 or 1/4 ounce luck-e-strike perfect finesse worm rig (the bullet weight is molded onto the 1/0 hook)
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i like the 1/8 oz bullet weight and #4 hook.
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I use 1/0 hook with various size weights1/16-3/8. smaller hook gets more bites.
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3/0 hook and 1/8oz weight
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Use a 2/0 hook with 3/16 oz weight
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3/0 stright shank hook 1/4 oz. black bullet weight
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I use a 3/0 or 4/0 and fish them weightless with braid. Their slow obviously and you can't cover alot of water however the super slow drop with the braid allows plenty of time for moving bass to see them.
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texas rig with a 3/0 gamagatsu EWG offset shank worm hook with a 1/4 ounce bullet weight
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5/0 worm hook and 1/8 ounce do the trick for me
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4/0 magnum o shaughnessy and a 3/16 tungsten weight
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You can use this with an ewg 4/0 hook, however this is over kill. I prefer to use the lightest 1/8 weight and 2.0 wire hook on calm days. On windy days I would go with 1/4 weight.
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The 4/0 hook is probably the best size to use in most situations, the only time I would go to a 5/0 is if pitching and flipping in heavy cover with a pegged sinker
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Yes you can, but 5/0 can be a little better for hook sets and action.
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yes, that seems to work the best for me.
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yes but ive had better luck with the 3/0
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Yes but I recommend a 5/0 wide gap
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4/0 magnum o shaughnessy and a 3/16 tungsten weight
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yes but thats biggest size hook i'd use
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Of course. I like 3/O for the 7" ones.
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You could use a 4/0 hook with this worm, however, the barb of the hook will be a little further back on the worm. A 3/0 hook would also work very well.
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use a 2/0 and use a 4 inch worm
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They work, I suggest a 2/0 Gap Hook.
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Great Use a 3.0 hook its the perfect size for 7' worms and 1.0 or 2.0 hooks for 5" and shorter

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Use it!.. The motor oil 7" would be perfect for muddy or clear water, however, try using your favorite color and try it. use a number 3 or 4 wideGap gamakatsu and make it weedless in the worm. I would also try a red hook (blood trail) and 8 or 10 flourocarbon leader. good luck
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I use a 3/0 eagle claw hook
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size 02
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They work well on a Carolina rig. I use either 3/0 or 4/0 Owner Rig-N hook on the 7 inch version, depending on the cover. On the 4 inch size, I use the 2/0 Rig-N hook. In grass, I use the smaller size, as it seems to clog up less. Just make sure you rig it with the tail pointing down, so you get maximum vibration. Good luck!
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These worms on a Carolina Rig is my only bass setup. A 7" worm on a size 1 or 2 hook. (red hook specifically). I guarentee you more fish. Only use colors that match the foilage in the lake. I use only Green Pumpkin and Watermelon Seed.
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exelent and 5/0
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great bait for Carolina rig!!! I like to use about a 2 and half foot liter with a Gamakatsu hook .. round bend off set shank size #3/0
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These things are awesome on Carolina RIgs! It's my favorite way to fish these. As far as hooks go, I'd use a 3/0 or 4/0 EWG.
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Shaky head rig

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Any one had success fishing these on a shaky head jig? Berkley's Turtleback worms produce well with this presentation even though they are not shaky head specific worms.

Just wondering how the Power Worms would do?
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I haven't attempted this before, but the way these baits are made I would say, depending on the area, it would work quite well. I may just go out and try it myself.
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better then any worm ive ever fished
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Yes great success on buffulo river in Tn.
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You cannot go wrong with Powerbaits on anything you hook them on. I have tried them with shaky heads with great results. I hope this helps.
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Perfect, i use a 1/4 oz. weight. only rig i use when fishing the power worms.
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I've had plenty of success stories from using different techniques with the MotorOil power worms by Berkly. As a shaky, a good chartreuss head with red eye or white head with red eye. I've used the MotorOil in clear and muddy and I've had plenty of bass hooked. Try using a red offset hook. (blood trail)
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have caught some fish using shaky head rigs...but i'd stick to simply texas rigging it :)
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I think excellent
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it would work, but i would stick to a jig worm rig.
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any worm will work on a shaky head and power worms are one of the best.
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I have caught several small mouth bass at Pickwick Lake. I also caught crappie, bream, sauger, large mouth bass and spotted bass with this bait. I do have issues with gar taking the bait. I can feel something take the bait and start to move with it. I set the hook and the line severs. I know it i gar because one hit my bait right at the boat and I set the hook any yanked the gar into the boat.
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For small river and creek smallmouth (say fishing out of a tube or flat bottom boat) I would recommend a 4" worm or small creature bait, but if you are fishing large rivers (say out of a bass boat) they will work, Berkley PowerBait catch everything, don't be surprised to catch bluegill or a catfish every now and then on one.
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same way with largemouth slow smallies love them
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they work great
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yes but use smaller sizes like 7 inch and 4 inch
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Great when used with the right tecnique

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Pinks a greatttt color for them...weightless is the best
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theyd be good with a 3/0 hook and id recomend zoom 4 in meatheads
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These are on the large size for most river smallies. I would suggest a 3 inch or 4 inch power grub on a 1/16 or 1/8 oz jig head.
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They work very well on large mouth, small mouth and spotted bass.
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I go through my plastic baits periodically and cull the old ones. This is the first year I bought alot of Berkely PowerBait worms and grubs and won't use them all this season. I'd appreciate any feedback on this. Also, any advice about attractants would be welcome.
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Keep them in air tight containers and they should last 2-3 years. Keep different colors and makes seperate. Some don't play well with others. I sometimes dip these in a jar of Mikes Salmon eggs.
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Mine have laste over a year. I buy a lot at one time because I cant get out shoping often. My son has a bag thats over 2yrs old and look like he just bought them

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they come in a air tight zip lock bag
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These worms will last quite a long time if stored in a heavy duty airtight plastic bag in room temp.Too hot or cold can effect the life span.
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KEEP THEM IN THE ORIGINAL BAG OR STORE THEM IN A PLANO WORM BOX.
DO NOT MIX WITH OTHER PRODUCTS.
THEY SEEM TO HOLD THE SMELL BETTER THAT WAY
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These last many years. I have found packages in old tackle boxes that are several years old and they seem to work just as well as the brand new ones. No need to cull these.
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They wil probally lose a litte of their sent over time but you can dip them Berley Powerbait Bass Attractant before you use them and they should work fine.
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just keep the baits in their bag. stays good 4ever
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they should keep wet and keep their scent if you keep them airtight. I havent had any problem with them drying up.
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dry,airtigth places work just fine. hope you have good luck with these.
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They will last a very long time as long as you keep them at room temperature and sealed. When you get ready to fish them, just take one out, give it a little stretch and as long as it doesn't break and still has a good stink, you're good to go. These worms are better than culprit, and I have had a pack of culprits for over four years now and they're still like new.
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for clear water and murky water.. which are best colors that they offer in the 7 inch version..
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Czer. It is not the water so much as the outside lighting. Blue fleck and motor oil red flake when the sun is shining. Motor oil and pumpkin seed when it is cloudy or in early morning. Try using solid colors in murky water( White or black both work).
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blue fleck works best for me all the time
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Tequila Sunrise is all you need for any color water!!
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Clear water- I like Motor Oil
Stained- Watermelon works for me
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For clear water use Watermelon
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I like pumpkin seed & motor oil, but others have had luck on a blue or black version w/or w/out a chartreuse tail.
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I have very good luck with Tequila Sunrise & Black.
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Black or Purple
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I find Teq. Sunrise to be very effective in both murky and clear water
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Black!
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purple works real well in clear water
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Red bug in overcast. Black and pumpkin seed always a safe bet
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I have had realy good luck over the last couple decades with this worm in the pumpkinseed and tequila sunrise color. I know over the past couple years green pumkin and anything with a chartruese on it is realy good in stained or murky water.
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Tequilla Sunrise!!!!!
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I have great luck with motor oil color.
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Color really depends on the lake you are fishing time of day weather and the time of the year. A good color year round is pumkin seed.
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green pumpkin and black grape
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grenn pumpkin not the split tail
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pumpkin seed
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Black is the color I use most and it produces many fish.
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i use purple and motoroil
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stained water-blue fleck or red shad colors-black at night or muddy water.
Use the more transparent and natural shad colors in clear water (7-10 ft. visibility or greater)
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Can I rig this worm wacky style and catch fish? Thanks
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Wacky fishing was invented by Ohioan fishing in Texas Lake Sam Rayburn.
If there are stumps or weeds you may want to fish weedless. Texas rig or Carolina rig.
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The best way overall would be a texas or carolina rig.
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Any way you rig this Berkley PowerBait worm it will produce fish.
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Have not had luck rigging wacky style
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you can but texas rigging works the best for this worm
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you probably could but it is very flexible so it will have a different action
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yes. I have caught fish that way a few times but i dont really recomend it becasue they get hung up easier and its not as effective.
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i wouldnt recommend wacky rigging these for wacky rigging use the strike king "Shim-E-Stick"
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you probably can but the berkely gulp sink worm would work better
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I would not wacky rig this worm due to the ribbontail the only way i use them is texas rigged
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