NetBait® Finesse Worm Softbaits
- Loaded with salt, anise and pork fat
- Large head
- Long, ribbed body
Rated 5 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by GRiver 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by SeedleSsSealionBrian pretty good 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by treythabeast high percentage i dont know what it is but this worm catches fish when nothing else will and it fills up a stringer faster than anything. the key lime pie is the best. works particularly well on smallmouth. March 16, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 No Contest These are the best finesse worms on the market by a long shot. I have been using zoom, chompers, roboworm, and powerbait worms for years and none can compare with Net Baits quality or price. My buddy showed me the tiny pacas last winter and told me i had to try them. 2 months later i was pulling in 5+ lbs. bass out of MICHIGAN waters like it was nothing. They have the best feel, look, smell, and taste of any worm on the market and are made from the best quality soft plastic for he price. I have replaced all my senkos with salt licks, all my roboworms with the finesse worms, all my trick worms with t-macs, and all my ribbon worms with c-macs. They are all at least a few dollars cheaper and put more bass in the boat than anything. March 14, 2009
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Details:i have good luck with yum baits but they dont hold up very well are these better?
A:i haven't used the Yum baits, but, these are pretty durable baits....i can often catch 4 or 5 fish off of one....
A:Much Better and more durable. They are scented too!!!
A:These are very durable. I have cut a 1/4 inch off when needed and still had good luck. Actually did well on spawning fish.
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A: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.
A:OHHH DEFINATELY!!! They are scented and more durable!
A:yes anyday anytime best finesse worm up with the power shaky worm ( baby bass color )
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A:Yes I recommend them over Zoom...better price plus scented and flavored. The action is great and very durable bait. Give them a try you won't be disappionted.
A: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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