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Compared to traditional soft plastic lures, Strike King®'s revolutionary Super Finesse Worms are softer, more flexible, have loads more action and are much more durable. Made out of a proprietary Elaztech material that offers a distinct floating advantage, Super Finesse Worms are salt-impregnated to add even more temptation.
The Strike King Super Finesse Worms are by far the best worms to use on a Shaky Head Jig! Kevin VanDam
Best Worms Period.
I have packages of these worms from 4 years ago, have literally caught hundreds of bass over those 4 years and I still have not thrown one worm away.
Durability is amazing. The floating plastic makes the action of these worms and all 3X baits incredible.
Super soft. Fish hold on even if you are late in your hookset.
BassPro needs to restock the 3X Iguana lizards. I am sad that BassPro no longer carries them. I caught my biggest bass of my life on one of those 10" lizards --- being a 10 pound behemoth caught in northeastern Ohio.
October 8, 2011
Nice but battling
I enjoy the elasticity of the worms are awesome... however, i have found i am missing fish with the hookset... i have tried using owner hooks, gamakatsu as well as hyabuso..... new hooks used so the sharpness of these should not be the issue??
September 16, 2011
Strike KIng is the only manufacturer I have been able to find that makes a plastic worm buoyant enough to float a 2/0 or 3/0 worm hook even though the material contains salt. Most manufacturers have gone way overboard with salt to a point that worms such as shakey head baits sink like a stone and on carolina rigs as well. Elastex material is also indestructable. I have caught eight or ten fish on the same bait without any tears or teeth rash marks and still have the bait ready to go for the next trip. So soft and full of action, yet tear and damage resistant. I am waitng for my next order to come in. I ordered the four inch model for drop shot and split shot rigs. You can go wrong with these worms.
September 8, 2011
Best Plastic Worm
The Strike King 3X worm is the best I have ever used. Fish bite it when nothing else seems to work and when they bite, they hang on. I use it on local lakes in Tn and just returned from Minn where I caught twice as many bass this yr than last using the 3X finesse worms. The stretchy soft plastic is tougher than any other plastic worm and lasts 10 times longer. It is almost impossible to break apart. I would suggest using a tooth pick to hold the head of the worm on the hook eye, especially when fishing weeds. Excellent bait.
July 21, 2011
I have been using a 3/0 on the 4inch but I'm fairly new to fishing (3 months lol) and I feel I might be doing it wrong (i still manage to catch bass with this method, see pics)
Would it be better to use a 1/0 on the 4inch worm and 3/0 on the 7inch? I didnt use the 1/0 because I figured if the 3/0 gets the point further back down the worm I'd get more fish that only bite the back half...but now that I think about it I may be scaring away fish with this giant hook on a small worm
1/0 or even 2/0 in a long shank off set would be better or just as good. Mostly what your most confident with. I like these on a 1/4 oz Spot Remover with a 3/0 hook in the 8 inch worm. If I were using the 4 inch worm I would go with the 1/0 with a long shank worm hook.
3/0 refers to the size of the wire used...strength, not length. I use 2/0 for several reasons. If I get hung up.....I still get my hook back because it bends. Bend it back with a pair of pliers. Also it's lighter so it doesn't ruin the action of the worm.
The 1/0 hook may be better on the small worm, as this would cause less of an interferance with the action that the worm can provide compared to the 3/0. Sticking with a 3/0 for the 7 inch worm would be a good choice.
Absolutely. the 3x worms very buoyant. great for drop shot rig and carolina rig as well. The finesse worms will float a standard off-set worm hook. Probably a 1/0 or 2/0 hook for the 4 inch and 3/0 for the 61/2 inch worm.
Yes. I have used the Manns Hard Nose snake fished weedless and floating for slop fishing. It will stay completly weedless and holds the surface well. I like to find openings in the slop and slowly work it back acroos the opening. Use a 4/0 hook at least or you will miss blow ups.
I want to order strike king 3x soft baits super finesse worms ins color 18 - watermelon red flake but the color on line in the picture is nothing like the color pictured in the catalogue. Which is the tru color. I don't want the white color.
Try using regular shaky heads without the screwlock and add a bit of superglue to head of the worm to keep it on the shaky head. Usually once you get it set, the worm will stay without it but I now set them up both ways, before I hit the water I rigg up a few.
I haven't tried this worm on a drop shot but I have rigged it up with a shaky head and yes they work very well. They also work if you texas rig them. If the bass slow down on the texas rig I will change it to a shaky head and that for some reason will get them going again. And on the same day once they slow down on the shaky head I switch back to the texas rig and they get fired up again. Like I said I don't know why but it works... Give it a try and I bet you'll put more fish in your boat!
These are called finesse because they are very versatile and can be used for any finesse style including drop shot, shakey head, top water or wacky style (through the middle). For these specific worms, they tend to work better as drop shot or shakey head.
Both but use the smaller one for drop shotting. I use the larger size for smallmouth and largemouth on a shakyhead. The worm floats and comes off the bottom. The fish cant handle the wiggling tail when you shake and hop it.
Nah. These are great worms and will catch bass, but the smaller slimmer profile from berkley finesse is what you want when finesse fishing. The shape of the berkley is much more attractive to bass i think to.
pretty much anywhere. on bottom on a shakey head, on a drop shot, weighted texas rig, weightless texas or carolinarig. they work well for me on long points, dropoffs, and transition banks (bank changes from rock to clay, etc.).
Fish here in Southern California myself I use these worms the shallows where the banks are about 4'-6' deep and then drop off into deep water and around any type of structure either big boulders, standing timber, or weed lines along the shore.
Anywhere there is rocks or thick grass that you cannot pull something through without getting it hung up. I rig mine nose hooked or wacky and never seem to get hung up. Plus the fish love these things so even out in the deep middle of lakes I have pulled up some big boys.
well that is always tuff especially if it is heavilly fished or the bass can see you. the best way is too use a good worm like the yum ribbon tail in 7" and tequilla sunrise texas rigged . no joke wear camo it does tend to help . back to the bait cast were you see the bass a few feet in front of it then twitch the bait very subtly not jerking twitching try not to get your human scent on the lure either if you do that then you will have a better chance to catch that bass good luck
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