Even on a slow retrieve, Strike King®'s Rage Tail® Rage Thumper Worm creates a rhythmic thump bass can' ignore. Use with the Rage Tail intact, or cut on the molded-in score line to double the tail's flickering action!
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
I live in VA and I had never tried fishing a worm greater than 5 inches. I couldnt keep these on the hook fast enough! I went through 2 packs in about 3 hours of largemouth fishing. I have already bought 2 more packs and use them everytime I go fishing. I have found that fishing them with a 4/0 hook weightless and weedless works the best, running/popping across the surface or a few inches under the surface has produced the most and biggest bass. The biggest I have caught on these was a 8 pound but it still produces lots of 3 and 4 pounders. I mostly fish in old farm ponds.
August 12, 2011
I used the 10 inch Thumper worm in a small, private lake and caught some of the hardest hitting bass that I've ever caught. Most people thought I was crazy for using a bait that big in Ohio, but it catches fish...Big fish.
July 14, 2011
Best Worm Ever
Caught a 2 pound 13 oz with this worm the first time using it. A few minutes later caught a 7 pound 1 oz bass. Never used a plastic worm before. Will problay never use anything else anymore.
July 5, 2011
I generally use this worm on a screw in football jig ( which I pour ). If the fish are active or looking for more than a straight tail finese worm, than these are great. I have been using them lately in place of the Zoom Shakey Tail worms that I might normally use and have been having a lot of fun. I also like how using the molded eyes of the worm as referance, you will rig the worm tail up quickly and every time. That should be a plus for you worm swimmers out there. Plenty of coffee smell and good durability. Just like all of the other Rage baits.
June 16, 2011
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.
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