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NetBait®'s Finesse Worm Softbaits have a large head taht makes this worm easy to rig on a jighead without tearing. Worms also feature a long, ribbed body for excellent action and flexibility. Chock full of salt, anise, and pork fat.
Favorite finesse worm of all.
The best shakey worm setup I've used. Especially Key Lime Pie and Pumpkin Chartruese. Walleye and Smallmouth killers Spring to Fall.
I use this on a 1/8 & 1/4 oz. ball head jig.
February 8, 2011
great combo set up !
This jighead in the 1/4oz color green pumpkin jig with a netbait 5" finesse worm ( green pumpkin ) is amazing with largemouth bass, great combo.
December 14, 2010
my favorite finesse
I love this bait...scented , tough but lots of action. Rigged shakey head or texas rigged. I believe you just can't use this worm wrong. Green pumkin or green pumkin with chart. tail when the water is a little off color. Small mouth love them. Plus the price is better bang for the buck.
September 9, 2010
hey these are pretty good it beats zoom I havent caught a bass with a zoom worm yet..but am certain you can catch a bass with any worm heh .but I love the zoom baby brush hogs alot!!!
Anyways Im not sure if you could use these with wacky rigged on the flea-flicker anyone know ?
I used these texas but havent tried the flea flickering it yet...
December 18, 2009
I don't know about being better than "YUM" but, I can say that the "Net Finesse" are very durable.I have caught many of bass reusing the same worm. Others I'v had to change after every fish or even strikes. Reasonably priced too.
I'd recommend the t-mac over the trick worms because they are more comparable to each other than the finesse worm. The t-mac is much softer and reactive than the trick worm. It is also more durable and has a much better smell and taste. On top of it all, the t-macs are way cheaper than the trick worms and the come with the same number of worms. I'd also recommend them over yum houdini worms.
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