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 DaleRoy My Friend, Netbait! If we could just get RoboWorm to join us, we'd have quite a family reunion at Bass Pro. Seriously, this is a good bait! It's more durable than most worms, smells better, and tastes better too! Did I say taste better? Yeah, I did, but I'm a fisheries biologist. It's like wearing the electro-shock dog collar yourself before putting it on your dog. You gotta get some! June 20, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hawg Excellent Finesse Worm ! Netbait offers an excellent all around finesse worm for Shaky head , weightless Texas rig or Split Shot rig . The head is a little bit larger and the tail floats higher than a Zoom Finesse worm which makes the Netbait offering better on a Shaky Head rig . Netbait uses a Anise with heavy salt content which at least down South the bass really like . In terms of feel the Netbait Finesse worm is neither too soft or too hard and is quite durable . The color quality and choices of color are outstanding (Bass Pro has just scratched the surface ) and Netbait offers color combinations that are some of the best in the industry . For first timers , you can not go wrong with Green Pumpkin (works any where for bass) or Green Pumpkin Candy . Other excellent colors (which Bass Pro needs to stock) are : Watermelon , Watermelon Red , Junebug and the number one color for Spotted bass : Chartreuse Shad . Netbait is a first class finesse worm with no weakness that I can detect or see in their manufacturing process - do yourself a favor and order the Green Pumpkin color to try first ...you won't be sorry ! March 8, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by NJBass Best Shaky Head Worm! If you are looking for the perfect bait for a shaky head rig; well, the search is over. This is the ideal bait for shaky head rigs. The tail floats high up in the water, and the bait has a very wiggly action, durable, yet very flexible. The size is just perfect for finesse presentations. Fish this bait when the bass are in lockjaw, and expect to get big bass. Here's how to fish it: Slow, with small shakes of the tip of the rod to make the bait quiver. I like to fish shaky head rigs with 8-10lb. fluorocarbon, and a Medium power 6'10" rod. I use Berkley Trilene 8lb. Fluoro, a G. Loomis 6'10" GLX dropshot spinning rod, and a Shimano Stradic MgFa 2500 spinning reel. It is a dream combo to work such a finesse-demanding presentation. Be sure to use light equipment to make fishing such a slow rig easier. December 29, 2007
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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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