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Clearance Fliptail Big Daddy and Mom Worms

   

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Product Color Length
Quantity
Other specs Quantity Price & availability

Mean Green

Mean Green

9-1/4"

8

Model:
BD 16
  • Clearance price: $2.98

  • Reg. price: $6.29

  • SKU: 2027657

  • In Stock
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Mean Green

Mean Green

7-1/4"

8

Model:
MW 16
  • Clearance price: $2.98

  • Reg. price: $6.29

  • SKU: 2027658

  • In Stock
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Produced from the original Fliptail molds made in the 1960s and 70s, these present day Big Daddy and Mom Worms boast the same softness and feel that they had all those years ago. And, as every experienced angler knows, nothing catches fish like worms!

  • Original design
  • Made from the original molds
  • Soft plastic
Fliptail Big Daddy and Mom Worms 3.5 5 2 2
Fliptail Big Daddy 9" worm In the middle 60's, my fishing mentor got me, as a teenager, fishing the rubber worm and he used the Fliptail Big Daddy. Soon! I was a Fliptail expert. Not having a boat at the time, he taught me to (in his terms) pot hole fish the willows with the Purple or Black 9" Big Daddy. After many big bass and a record bucketmouth of 12Lbs and 4oz. I am totally convince to fish the Fliptail when all else fails. Oh! By the way, I remember the day! That 12 pounder swallowed a Fliptail all the way down the hatch and he wound up on the supper table. Of course, I catch and release those big ones now as my prefered choice. February 2, 2014
Not oldie Bought several types of flip-tails. I thought they would be like the old standbys of my younger days. These new versions seem to be a lot more heaver, more thicker, and kinda just sterile. Probably cause the guy that purchased them is the same way. Well 2 out of 3 anyway. June 26, 2014
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