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Fisher's Choice™ Superworms

   

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2.4 oz.

80-100

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4154
  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1714039

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1.2 oz.

40-50

Model:
4152
  • $5.99

  • SKU: 1741393

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  • Soft, moist and juicy, like live bait
  • 2-year shelf life
  • Large mealworm-type worms

Fisher's Choice Superworms are the ideal solution to the hassles of live bait. Because these canned baits are conveniently packaged, you can keep them on the shelf, ready to use, whenever the fish are biting. A unique packaging process locks in natural juices, keeping them soft and moist, just like live bait. Fisher's Choice Superworms are also enhanced with an all-natural scent attractant.

Great to use when fish are feeding on larvae or grub-type foods, and can be used for a wide variety of panfish, catfish and trout. Fisher's Choice Superworms are recommended by acclaimed anglers Roland Martin and Jimmy Houston.

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best canned bait i've used I've always caught fish using this product, all the way from small perch to catfish. Can compare to nightcrawlers. June 5, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Rather use live bait These products fall off the hook way to easily and seem to feed the fish rather than catch'em for me. They also smell god awful ecspeacialy the crickets. Your better off catching or buying live bait because although it might not be as messy your hands will be smelly for a while. December 11, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by works ok it works best on river fish. I didnt get a bite at the pond i go to (and the pond is over populated) September 25, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Would not buy again I never even had the interest of the fish with this bait. I'm sure it works in some places but not in the waters I was fishing. August 1, 2011
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brown trout and rainbow trout ?

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If you can get them to stay on your hooks than they aren't bad. The only places i've had luck with them are in moderate to fast current and even at that the current sometimes pushes the bait off. Your better off with live ones or Gulp Alive crawlers.
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i would say stick to powerbait BUT ive caught trout on shrimp when I was fishing for cats, so you can try it out, its cheap but I wouldnt recommend it for trout , it realllllly stinks..
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How good are these for channel & blue cats?
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Not good at all. Unless your on a small farm pond your not going to have any luck with them. However if you want to catch the smaller bullheads than these are a pretty good bet. But for channels and blues i wouldnt waste any time.
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okay regular worms are better
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These are perfect for catfish if I were you buy several you will not be disapointed. I caught a 15lbs and a 25lbs first time I ever put them out and they held up well these will last you a long time.
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How many are in a package?

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also...how good are they for channel catfish?
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havent caught any on it yet
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Probably close to 100 for the big can and 25 for the small
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are these worms like tiny red worms or nightcrawlers
and are they skinny thin or fat
cause i want to use these for bass not just sunnys and crappie
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fat and they smell to but its probably a good catfish and bass bait
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3-4 inches
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They vary some in size, anywhere from 1" to 2". Pretty thick as well. I think they would be great for bass and trout as well as panfish and maybe even walleye.
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They are large-size mealworms, not earthworms.
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these are larger, but not slimy like red worms or night crawlers. they are more like a meal worm but four or five times larger. about an inch and a half to two inches long.
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