Culprit Original Worms - 10''
This is a great worm with very nice action. It sets up well on a 3/0 EWG. I use it with Gambler's rattle weight and usually fish with darker colors: Texas-rig only. They used to have a deep purple/blue/black color that was deadly - but haven't seen it in a couple of years.
TIP: Make sure to rig it perfectly straight or it will twist the line. This worm has a flat bottom side that greatly assists in rigging.
TIP: Fish it slow- Hopping it off the bottom with long rod strokes - allow it to settle between hops. The strike usually occurs while it is sitting still, as the tail wiggles while settling.
November 25, 2012
Over 20 years of proof
I've been catching bass on Toledo Bend, Sam Rayburn, and Steinhagen(Dam B) for a long time on Culprits. Red Shad has been the best. Culprit quit making an Ice Blue Shad that we had good luck on Toledo and Rayburn. Sure would like to have some more of that color in the 7.5". Caught a lot bass on 5 different colors, but Red Shad and Junebug were the best.
November 24, 2012
culprit 10 " junebug worms
Hard to find product, now I know how to purchase them with ease. Thanks for making them available.
October 15, 2012
yesterday i found a pack of either 10" or 7.5" pack of these about 8-13 years old. seems like a bad idea to use them? they were just fine. almost like a brand new pack. but i used them crawling on the bottom and had a few hits. but the real fun begins when you rig one up on a 2/0 worm hook and a1/16 ounce bullet weight and bring it along the surface like a snake and they hammered it. missed the hooksets because they were so short. but the fish come when you use the same gear and jerk them around like a fluke. darts and walks and dives like a real minnow. awsome lures
September 17, 2012