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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!
Can't say I bought any of these but I have had many given to me. Steve Parks did a wonderful job designing these baits. This bait really doesn't even need an explanation. Just put it on a 4/0 or 5/0 hook and hang on, The fish will slam this bait!
January 14, 2009
Worked for me
Took these out to the flats on a tuff fishing day (after the cold front) they produced when nothing else would. Rig Texas style and just SLLLLLOwly moved them along that tail just waves away and they could not pass it up.
November 12, 2008
these worms have the most amazing action compared to any other worm...you wont believe the amount of water they move..a must buy..
October 13, 2008
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.
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.
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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