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Mann's® Jelly Worm

   

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Blackberry

Blackberry

8"

20

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Grape

Grape

8"

20

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Black Grape

Black Grape

8"

20

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Strawberry

Strawberry

8"

20

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Blueberry

Blueberry

8"

20

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Watermelon/Red Flake

Watermelon/Red Flake

8"

20

Model:
WMSR8-20
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Blackberry

Blackberry

12"

10

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BB12-10
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Grape

Grape

12"

10

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GR12-10
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Black Grape

Black Grape

12"

10

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Strawberry

Strawberry

12"

10

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ST12-10
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Blueberry

Blueberry

12"

10

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BLB12-10
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Watermelon/Red Flake

Watermelon/Red Flake

12"

10

Model:
WMSR12-10
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One of the top-selling plastic baits of all time, Mann's Jelly Worm has been enticing big bass strikes since 1956. Designed with a soft, lifelike textured body, the long and slender Jelly Worm features a slow waving tail that coaxes even lethargic bass to pounce. The straight design also allows the Jelly Worm to cruise through grass and cover without hanging-up.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 46 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by It works My first time using this worm it didn't take long to catch..used it Texas rig or wacky..both ways catch March 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Old Favorite Used an 8" blackberry on a small pond this week and thought I hooked into a catfish at first by the way it was pulling. On six pound test & a medium action rod, this bass was fun to fight. Great worm - an oldie, but goodie! October 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by One of the greatest! In Southern California, where "hand poured" worms used to rule, this is one injection molded worm that can't be beat for attracting bass. I like the 12 inch black grape worm on a 4/0 wide gap hook, with a small (1/8 oz.) brass weight and glass bead. Thrown into the shallows around stickups, this is the ticket for getting large bass to bite! Getting them out of the stickups is another story, but they love that big bait! August 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by A Man's Worm Have used a Mann's Worm for years. One of my favorites . July 8, 2013
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Anybody have success pitching/punching this worm through pads or thick grass with heavy pitching weights (1/2 oz and up)?
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This is a great worm but, a little soft for what you are asking about.
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Jelly Worm features a slow waving tail that coaxes even lethargic bass to pounce. The straight design also allows the Jelly Worm to cruise through grass and cover without hanging-up.
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try a 4-0 . I uses this size and catch fish less than a pound on up. My go to is a 3-0
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5/0 to 6/0
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4-5 depending on the fish your catching
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hi am am from lake tansi in crossville tennessee and i was just wondering if these were too big for the kind of largemouth bass fishing i do
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The smallest that would grab it.. I have caught fish less than a pound on it.
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I had 12 inchers swallow the whole worm and when you set the hook only the tail is hanging out.
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absolutley not they are a great lure for
1 - 20 pound bass
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This or rage tail anaconda?

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What is better?
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If you fish anything long enough, you are bound to catch a fish.

However, in Florida, my experience has been Mann's Jelly worm catches more fish.

Mann's worms have a natural action while sitting on the bottom that drive the Bass wild.
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ive personally used both and i noticed that the rage tail is very good in muddy water conditons with the tail it produces a lot of noise which really help the manns worm is great only thing its extremely heavy and youll need a large hook for it and youll have more strikes with the ragetail
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Watermellon has served me well in clear water but Black(Grape) has caught more big fish in all types of water.
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Black & Blackgrape worm well in either murkey or clear. Ligher colors work well in clear but black always works period.
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My prefwerence for clear is pumpkinseed. My next would b pb&j and manns original jelly worm in grape for murky and highly stained waters.
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Black Grape
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In clear use the brighter, lighter colors. In murkey use darker color.
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Good old black works in either.
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You can use any color worm in clear or cloudy water.

What I usually do is add a glass rattle when fishing in cloudy water, or at night.

You can also spray on some fish attractant to give you the edge.
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Why No 6" Worm?

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Why no 6 inch worm? This size is clearly favored by most anglers.

Mann's Jelly worm has always been my favorite. Many of my fellow fisherman think this plastic worm is old school, but it catches fish!! I have confidence in this lure and found it to be very effective in many different fishing conditions. You need to carry a 6 inch worm!
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The 8" ones work great! More casting distance and bigger bait mean bigger bass.
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Cut 2 inches off the front. I do it all the time, it works!
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I agree 100%!!!!!!! Old school, my hinney!
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Six inch worms are great. But i have found out this year that the Manns 12 inch jelly worms catch bigger fish and are fun to use.
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how do you rig this bait i am using o 2/0 wide gap hook ond am texas rigging it and cant get the worm to wave like it should.
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Try putting a little less worm on the hook initialy. Make sure when hooking the point into the worm that the worm hangs as straight as possible. This works for me pretty well.
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12inch 5/0 extra wide gap hook.

8inch same.

i use weightless and it works for me.

but texas rigging it works to. throw it into structure dont worry it wont get hung up

heres my success with the jelly. 8lber.
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The size of the hook should match up to the size of the worm you are using.

When I fish 5" or 6" skinny worms, I use a 2/0 hook, rigged Texas Style.

When I use the 8" Manns Worm, I go up to a 4/0 hook rigged Texas Style.

Also, try tying the hook directly on to the line without using any worm weights. It should give the worm more action.

You can also retrieve the worm slower as the water temperature drops. Try using short rod tip twitches. That should also give your worm more action.

And don't forget to sharpen your hooks before you use them.
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i prefer a smaller gap hook like a texposer hook. also heavier line can hender the worms action. i use eight lb test.
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I TX rig mine no problems here
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go to a 3/o hook instead. It will make the worn lay flat on the hook.
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well, sometimes i use texas rig, and that works great....i would recommend that. but when you fish it like that, just let it sink, and when u feel it on the bottom, just kinda drag, stop, twitch and thats how i catch them :)
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I used no weight when rigging the worm. Just a 2/0 hook.
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This worm doesnt have a huge wave, it is a tight wiggle, but I recommend TX rig or a shakey head is deadly
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it doesnt really wave it has a tight wiggle or twitch i didn't expect it either
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This bait should be used either Texas rigged with a bullet weight, or put on a shakey head. The bass tear up the worms on a shakey head.
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