Culprit Original Worms - 7.5''
Long time favorite
I have been using Culprit worms ever since they came out (20+ years). They have always produced on the East Texas lakes that I fish. They quit making the ice-blue shad color and I sure wish they would start putting this color on the market again. I used to fish 6-8 days in the spring and fall, but age and time have taken its toll.
December 20, 2012
The only worm you need
My dad had one curl tailed worm in his tackle box. 7.5" Culprits in red shad. I don't fish alot of worms myself, but I have a red shad Texas rigged with a 1/4 oz weight rigged on a set up 100% of the time. When I need a slow presentation, this is the bait I grab.
These worms are probably the best built worm I have ever used. I average between 6-8 fish on each one. They have tons of action and several uses. These are great weightless off a spinning reel slowly jerked at different depth, Texas rigged, wacky rigged, with a shaky head, and any type of drop shot c-rigged or mojo rigged.
I like to take them wacky rigged on my 5 year olds rod and let him play with it. Hard to mess up something wacky rigged and it produces.
I am impressed with the amount of colors Culprit produces. There should be a color for any body of water. With the amount in each package and the price, these are hard to beat.
August 26, 2012
The culprit is one of the few worms that catch black bass in the 10 lb range.
July 16, 2012
The only worm I use on High Rock Lake
The culprit red shad (7 1/2") worm is the only plastic worm I use on High Rock Lake. I used to use a different brand but I like the longer worm that Culprit has to offer. Caught numerous, quality, fish on this bait. Been using the red shad long before Brian K. Won the classic here.
June 28, 2012