Culprit® Fat Max Worm
- Thick body and wide tail
- Ideal for flippin' and pitchin'
- Easy to cast
- Enticing tail action
- Ideal in heavy grass and wood
Rated 5 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Z9NITRO awesome bait This bait has certainly got the attention of the bass when carolining. I recommend that a person use a 3/16 oz weight, along with a 3/0 gamakatzu offset hook. The prime colors are Black and blue flake or june bug. Get ready for the time of your life. January 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by fishinfool2277 Best Worm Ever I have fished with all types of worms and the Fat Max tops them all!! This worm has the thickness and profile that is great for pitching to cover! I also love just swimming it without a weight. The tale displaces so much water that it attracts the fish attention and causes some violent strikes so hold on!!! I highly recommend buying quite a few packs, you won't regret it!! January 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by fish1000 fat max big fish This by far is one of my favorite lures a 7 inch thick body , with a tail that won't snag on structure , flip this thing in the thickest stuff you can find it will come out of there usually with a bass chewing on it ! January 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Oldfinger About time! Culprits were my favorite because when all else failed, they always let me pick up a couple fish. The only problem was that they were too light to throw any distance without weights. With the Fat Max, you can almost cast as far as a Stik-O and cover a lot more water. Really happy they made these. December 5, 2012
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Details:and how fat is it ? thank s to everyone been so kind . God bless all of you and your familes
A:The Red Shad color is just like the old version, I use a 5 wide gap hook!
A:The black shad Fat Max is the same as the smaller version, so I guess the red shad is the same. I fish for largemouth bass and use Gamakatsu size 5/0 offset shank worm extra wide gap, Texas rigged. 3/0 and 4/0 size hooks also work well.
The worm bodies are 7/16" wide, app. 3" long, with tails app. 4" long, 7" total.
A:not sure about the red shad color, not used that one yet! but hook size, i"ve used 4/0 and 5/0 in both round bend and wide gap hooks, depending on presentation! hope this helps...good luck!
and by the way...this is an awesome worm! i do ALOT of worm fishing....and this is quickly becoming one of my favorites!
A:Red Shad color is just like the old Red shad color and I would suggest a 2/0 or 3/0 wide gap off set hook.
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