Strike King® Super Finesse Worms
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The Strike King Super Finesse Worms are by far the best worms to use on a Shaky Head Jig!
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.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 88
Rated 5 out of 5 by BillJ Extremely durable
These worms are revolutionary! They are very durable and last through many bites! I have been having great results from the 'new money' color. Contrary to some of the reviews here, you CAN thread these onto the shakey heads with screw on retainers. It does require more effort but it can be done. Once they are on, they hold very well. The action is great and they really grab attention from bass!
July 11, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5
by JRZFishing Catch stubborn fish
Anyone can catch hungry fish, but how do you catch 'em on the days they dont wanna move out of cover? Get these worms and twitch it in front of them!!
Took these out first time and put it on a shakey head jig, nothing was biting all day on spinners, went to a bridge and dropped it right off the side, immediately got a bite but no hook....went to the other side and flung it under, let it drop then twitched the rod a few times, and BAM something big took it and started to run. See the pic
These worms are super tough, you can stretch them about 2 feet and they spring back, they also float really well which gives them awesome motion in the water, fish just cant resist it! Had the best luck in watermelon green so far
June 23, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by mofishing25 Best soft plastic out
This is the best soft plastic ive ever used. Great action and lasts long. I literally had to change my hook before changing worms.
June 13, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by geofish1010 Works Great When Bite is Tough
I love to use the 4" when the bite is tough. I have had success with the blue moon color in clear and stained water and the junebug in dirty water. Thing I learned is you can never fish them too slow. When it is sitting still the tail stands straight up and shakes slightly which the bass can't resist. Have yet to use it and not catch a fish in a day. Last thing is that they are very durable I have caught up to ten bass on the same worm!
June 7, 2011
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