Strike King® Rage Tail™ Thumper Worm
- Rapid flicker rate thanks to Rage Tail design
- Tail has score line that can be cut to make worm into a cut tail worm
- The ultimate off-shore worm
- Action joints increase ''Thump'' by the tail movement
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by compmds Needs to float Looking for longer worms with a floating parameter and this worm failed, was able to catch small fish. April 7, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by poppa17 Great worm I bought these in Junebug color and the bass on the ledges at Kentucky Lake just love them. They do tend to wear out fairly quick, but the bass will still smash it until there's nothing left of it. October 30, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by thevaccuum bigfish ticket I bought this product and overall, I am very happy with the worm. The action is excellent, and has a great coffee smell. The only thing is that they are soft and tear easy ,which makes these worms a little expensive to use.Because they are usually only good for a fish or two. But if you want a goto worm for a big fish these are the ticket. July 21, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by elliott71770 Thumper This is a really good worm and the bass respond to it really well. I've been using it on 20lb fluorocarbon and with that sensitivity I can feel the vibration from the Thumper's tail. The plastic on this worm Is very durable which allows me to catch more fish off a single worm. Most worm's plastic's don't don't hold up for more than two or three fish. Another good thing about this worm is that you can cut off some of it to make a smaller profile worm if the conditions call for it. I personally really like them. The make all the difference in muddy or stained water. May 6, 2010
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Details:I always use worms like this and never seem to catch any fish. What should i do?
A:Texas Rig. I prefer weightless. Fish them slowly (no, slower than that!!) Cast them into heavy cover or into dropoffs adjacent to structure/cover/weeds and let them sink slowly. Once they hit bottom give them a gentle twitch/tug and repeat. If there are fish present, they will hit this worm. Wait until you feel the weight of the fish and set the hook.
A:yes they do, I've caught sail cats and bluefish many of times, even jacks too
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