Gambler Floating Worm

   

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Product Color
Length
Quantity
Other specs Quantity Price & availability

Bubble Gum Yellow

Bubble Gum Yellow

7"

12

Model:
FW111
  • $4.79

  • SKU: 691632

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Bubble Gum

Bubble Gum

7"

12

Model:
FW112
  • $4.79

  • SKU: 691636

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Bumble Bee

Bumble Bee

7"

12

Model:
FW116
  • $4.79

  • SKU: 691637

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White

White

7"

12

Model:
FW117
  • $4.79

  • SKU: 691639

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More square than round, the special body shape of GamblerĀ®'s Floating Worms allows them to be worked from side-to-side without rolling over, eliminating annoying line twist. These super-soft, big-bass baits glide effortlessly through the water with incredible fish-catching action while staying in the strike zone longer. Designed by Dave Hite and Randy Howell.

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WORKS EVERY TIME I'VE BEEN USING THESE WORMS FOR THE LAST TWO YEARS AND THEY WORK VERY WELL, WE GOT SECOND PLACE IN GUNTERSVILLE AFTER NOT CATCHING A FISH UNTIL WE STARTED USING THESE WORMS IN 10" PLUM. ALMOST PULLED OFF A WIN. August 24, 2010
Good floater I bought this product to use in a Gambler sponsored tournament. All anglers were restricted to Gambler products. It's a pretty good worm. My only problem was being able to accurately discern the color pattern on screen while ordering. BassPro let me down on that part. Luckily my partner had some of the color(s) we needed. July 3, 2010
IT'S OK. These are good worm but they do not float even with very light hook. but on whackey or carolina rigg it works good because the tail floats and wiggle with the current and does the trick. May 13, 2009
Tested this week-end Tested this week-end. I bought them because I could not find the Air Crush (from Fish Arrow). Mounted "tirette style" with: - a small texas hook, - a light weight at 50 cm from the worm, the worm is absolutely not floating. It only falls a bit more slowly than others worms, thanks to the shape of the tail. February 23, 2009
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