Strike King® Rage Tail® Anaconda Softbaits

   

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Falcon Lake Craw

Falcon Lake Craw

10"

6

Model:
RGANA10-135

Falcon Lake Craw

Falcon Lake Craw

7"

7

Model:
RGANA7-135

Green Pumpkin Sapphire

Green Pumpkin Sapphire

7"

7

Model:
RGANA7-175

Double Header/Red Flake

Double Header/Red Flake

10"

6

Model:
RGANA10-109

Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

10"

6

Model:
RGANA10-18

Blue Fleck

Blue Fleck

10"

6

Model:
RGANA10-125

Red Shad

Red Shad

10"

6

Model:
RGANA10-39

June Bug

June Bug

10"

6

Model:
RGANA10-42

Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

10"

6

Model:
RGANA10-46

Okeechobee Craw

Okeechobee Craw

10"

6

Model:
RGANA10-50

Double Header/Red Flake

Double Header/Red Flake

7"

7

Model:
RGANA7-109

Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

7"

7

Model:
RGANA7-18

Blue Fleck

Blue Fleck

7"

7

Model:
RGANA7-125

Red Shad

Red Shad

7"

7

Model:
RGANA7-39

June Bug

June Bug

7"

7

Model:
RGANA7-42

Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

7"

7

Model:
RGANA7-46

Okeechobee Craw

Okeechobee Craw

7"

7

Model:
RGANA7-50
  • Big enough to be a predator on its own
  • Large swirl tail
  • Ripples through the water
Strike King's Rage Tail Anaconda is a big worm—big enough to be a predator in its own right, as demonstrated by its unique seeking action. The Rage Tail Anaconda's large swirl tail is part body extension, part ribbon fin, and it ripples in response to every movement through the water. Big bass will accept the challenge every time!
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 32 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bassolator taste like chicken. cut em up and put em in your salad. June 3, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rage Worms This worm is by far the best worm I have used when the bass are on the beds. Its size and tail make the largemouth go crazy. Slowly twitching it across bed is drives them nuts.. March 20, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by just freaking awesome I used the rage anaconda sept 18th 2010 around 7 am and caught nine bass in less then a hour i used the junebug color because the water is tea stained and dark colors seem to work better, the biggest bass i caught was 8 LBS 23 inchs long,because of the warm weather i texas rig it, and jerk it around when i reel in they just hammered them,im a big fan of the yum dingers they work great too and caught large bass with them,so i wont stop useing this product, the only problem with the dinger is they take a beating and fall apart faster then some of the other brands but thats fine with me ill just get another pack,they work just as great.Strike king keep up the great work and im bought with your product, i just bought ten more packs of rage tail anaconda's thanks stike king p.s. way to go KVD September 19, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by snake bite great bait, i got a good 15 inch spotted bass (it died) but like other people sayed bigger bait = bigger fish, but get the right color and your in good hands <--_--_--_- (if you don,t get it its a snake) September 8, 2010
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I've bought the 10 inch but their are so many hooks out their,& some are pricey.I'd hate to waste money buying the wrong hooks.
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I would definitely use something of quality. Without using specific brands, just choose a brand you have the most confidence in (Sharp, strong, etc) As far as size, on a 10" worm, I would use at least a 5/0 EWG hook, regardless of how you choose to rig it. Anything bigger might be over kill, anything shorter can possibly give you short bites/misses.
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#3 Bass Pro Shops XPS Offset O'Shaughnessy Hook
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I BUY EAGLE CLAW WORM HOOKS THEY WORK GREAT,I GET THE 3/0 HOOKS WITCH GREAT FOR THE TEN INCH WORMS
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I use a 6/0 Owner Weighted Twistlock Light (3/32 oz). Its great to swim it, and if you pause on the retrieve, the worm pretty much falls horizontally with the tail wiggling above. Can also rig it with a regular 6/0 hook texas style if you prefer a nose-first fall.
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Use a 4/0 EWG worm hook. Gamakatsu is the best brand and you can get a pack of them for $3-4. 4/0 is a little on the bigger side but they will give you better hook ups as long as you have developed a good technique for worm fishing. If you go to the 7" worm then use a 3/0. Good luck.
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can u use it for drop shot or use texas rig?
4 years, 8 months ago
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I use it Texas Rigged with a 1/8 or 1/4 oz 5/0 jig hook.if I'm fishing deeper I use the 1/4 oz. if I'm fishing shallower I use the 1/8 oz. haven't tried these worms using a drop shot.

The hooks I use are Luck E Strikes Jobee jig head hooks.
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Texas rig is a very common use for this style of soft plastic, and I have had success with it. However, I like using a stand up jig when I can. It makes the tail stick up off the bottom, and the water will make that anaconda tail wag. Instead of jerking 8-10 inches and pausing, I will just shimmy the tip of my rod and mage it move a few inches. This method gives it some action without removing it from strike zone too quickly.
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I found it works best on a 1/4oz Slider jig-head or T-rig
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I have used this lure unweighted, drop shot, and texas rigged and they all work great. I think the drop shot or unweighted rig is better for open water and texas rig is better for cover. Hope this helps.
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I use this lure for drop shot but i dont know bout texas rigged, i ought to try it
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is this a topwater bait, can it be fished below and above the surface
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I have never used it as a top water, may be possible on a wobbler rig. I think the intended purpose is texas/carolina rigged. But with any bait, creativity opens options :-)
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You can fish it both ways. In the shallow I have luck using it with no weight.
I have also used Texas rig.
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Its a worm not a topwater bait. Texas rig it and flip it
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It can be used top water if the grass-mat is thick enough. T-rig it with a light weight.
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the answer is yes! You can fish it mostly top water, with a keep weighted hook, and you can fish it as a wake bait. It does not move a ton of water, but it does move some.
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The Anaconda does not float. It is meant to be fished Texas rigged like other ribbon tailed worms.
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It can be fished on and below the surface.
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