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Lake Fork Trophy Lures Hyper Whack'n Worm™

   

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Watermelon/Red Flake

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  • Hyper action worm is a must have soft plastic
  • Unique segmented body on each end
  • Produces a quivering tail action
  • Entices strikes from heavily pressured fish
  • Fish it wacky style, flick shake style or drop shot
  • Can't be fished wrong
When it's time to play whack-a-bass, you're going to want to have Lake Fork Tackle's Hyper Whack'n Worm in your box. Designed with a very unique segmented body on each end, the Hyper Wack'n Worm produces a quivering tail action that will entice strikes from even the most highly pressured bass. Impregnated with garlic and salt, the Hyper Whack'n Worm can be fished wacky style, flick shake style or on a drop shot rig. In other words, it's virtually impossible to fish a Hyper Whack'n Worm wrong.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Whack'n Worm Wacked 'Em Used for the first time on lakes in Michigan and caught bass consistently day and night. I'm sold! August 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by WACKIN BASS These hyper worms work fantastic, I killed the bass with them coupled with a weedless wicked wacky 1 or 2 size hook they are deadly June 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Try it ..you'll like it Had a bag of these that was pushed to back of box... and had neglected to use them.... Nothing biting so I tried them and bingo. Wacky rig with 1/0 weedless hook. Will tie these on first next time out. October 25, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great bait If you like to use whacky rig then you must buy this. It is not like other baits it has a very unique action. You must see it for yourself. And it catches tons of fish. March 13, 2012
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how do you rig them?

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with all the isolated segments it looks pretty difficult to rig, unless it goes through the middle and just dangles.
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I had the best luck with the Lake Fork Wacky weight & hook system. Also used the little round keepers BP sells but the Wacky Weights worked best.
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just like you described, they are designed for wacky worm fishing I use a Wicke Wacky hook in 1 or 2 size since it's weedlesss... Try it they work great
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Use wacky O ring on middle
segment. Works fine
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i wacky rig them with a circle hook inserted through the center
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You would rig it right in the middle. I always use the Lake Fork Hook and Weight system with it.
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Wacky righ this worm - that is how it was designed to be fished.
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Wacky rig this worm. Use of an O-ring or wacky hook keeper is helpful.
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I like these best on a shaky head jig.
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Do these rip easily?

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I must ask if the thin segments of the body cause the worm to easily tear and rip also how is the fishing with these and how do you rig em? Feel free to answer any or all of these questions.
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Mine held up well, had one or two ends bit off but much less than regular worms.
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i will answer all 3 of these questions in reverse order...i rig them wacky style with a circle hook iserted through the center...fishing with them is incredible.lots of action.largemouth cant resist them but...bluegill love em also and when they hit they usually just grab one end and when you set the hook...they tear off...when this happens i use the remaining part as a trailer on a jig or spinnerbait
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I have noticed that when rigged through the middle, the worm does have a tendency to tear after a few fish.
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It's more durable than a Senko! Probably comprable to a YUM Dinger.

Hope this helps!
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no, they last really well. i have caught up to 3 fish on one worm. also if you like wacky rig worms tell the shimmy x2 worm @ bass pro shop , very hot lure, bass will kill it. plus its new something the fish hasn't seen.
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