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Bama Craw

Bama Craw

4"

10

Model:
FIN4-101

Dirt

Dirt

4"

10

Model:
FIN4-103

Peanut Butter and Jelly

Peanut Butter and Jelly

4"

10

Model:
FIN4-108

Coppertreuse

Coppertreuse

4"

10

Model:
FIN4-109

EZ Money

EZ Money

4"

10

Model:
FIN4-111

Watermelon

Watermelon

4"

10

Model:
FIN4-16

Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

4"

10

Model:
FIN4-18

June Bug

June Bug

4"

10

Model:
FIN4-42

Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

4"

10

Model:
FIN4-46

Green Pumpkin Red Flake

Green Pumpkin Red Flake

4"

10

Model:
FIN4-97

Bama Craw

Bama Craw

7"

8

Model:
FIN7-101

Dirt

Dirt

7"

8

Model:
FIN7-103

Peanut Butter and Jelly

Peanut Butter and Jelly

7"

8

Model:
FIN7-108

Coppertreuse

Coppertreuse

7"

8

Model:
FIN7-109

Blue Moon

Blue Moon

7"

8

Model:
FIN7-110

Pumpkin Green Flake

Pumpkin Green Flake

7"

8

Model:
FIN7-11

Purple Haze

Purple Haze

7"

8

Model:
FIN7-112

EZ Money

EZ Money

7"

8

Model:
FIN7-111

Watermelon

Watermelon

7"

8

Model:
FIN7-16

Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

7"

8

Model:
FIN7-18

Bubble Gum

Bubble Gum

7"

8

Model:
FIN7-23

June Bug

June Bug

7"

8

Model:
FIN7-42

Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

7"

8

Model:
FIN7-46

Green Pumpkin Red Flake

Green Pumpkin Red Flake

7"

8

Model:
FIN7-97
The Strike King Super Finesse Worms are by far the best worms to use on a Shaky Head Jig!
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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 89 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great worms Excellent value, 1 worm will last forever, as long as you don't loose it. March 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent worm Probably the best worm I have ever fished with. The bait is extremely strong and resilient. Almost impossible to tear up. The worm floats up and does a dance when fished on a jig head.. When a fish takes the bait the worm stays intact and doesn't tear like other plastic worms or plastic baits. October 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Just as described There was a small issue with my product but it was fixed promptly ,almost right away. Great customer service.I would come back again and buy some more stuff. Very happy with my purchase. Thanks! June 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best worms on the market! These worms are by far the best on the market. There are so many effective ways to fish these worms. The floating action is what makes them so deadly. I throw these at all depths and they absolutely dominate over other worms. Even suspending bass can't resist these things dangling in front of them. I often put a split shot and a hook and one of these and outfish people using live bait. May 2, 2013
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I used the 7" to get a stronger rise from the tail.
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I like the 7"
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8 inch. Sometimes when the water is clear and they are finicky I'll bite it down to 5 or even 4 inches with a smaller jeg head.
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That depends on the water clarity and time of year. In super clear water in some of the CA lakes I like to use a five inch work but if I plan on targetign deeper summer fish I move up to a seven inch.
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I have been using a 3/0 on the 4inch but I'm fairly new to fishing (3 months lol) and I feel I might be doing it wrong (i still manage to catch bass with this method, see pics)

Would it be better to use a 1/0 on the 4inch worm and 3/0 on the 7inch? I didnt use the 1/0 because I figured if the 3/0 gets the point further back down the worm I'd get more fish that only bite the back half...but now that I think about it I may be scaring away fish with this giant hook on a small worm
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I would use a smaller hook on the 4" worm but make sure the hook is a wide gap so as to get a better hook set and penetration.
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I have success with an Owner 1/8 oz. Ultra head finesse ball-head 2/0 hook for bass with the 7" strike king pumpkin green flake...haven't tried the 4" due to out of stock , but would want to try with the 1/32 #1 hook . I skin the worm and don't get hung up -when hook hole in worm gets worn-just cut off enough to get to new area on worm and go again.
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1/0 or even 2/0 in a long shank off set would be better or just as good. Mostly what your most confident with. I like these on a 1/4 oz Spot Remover with a 3/0 hook in the 8 inch worm. If I were using the 4 inch worm I would go with the 1/0 with a long shank worm hook.
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3/0 refers to the size of the wire used...strength, not length. I use 2/0 for several reasons. If I get hung up.....I still get my hook back because it bends. Bend it back with a pair of pliers. Also it's lighter so it doesn't ruin the action of the worm.
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4inch worm works good with a standard offset 1/0 or 2/0 worm hook. rig it Texas style.
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I would use a 2/0 on the 4 inch, and a 3/0 on the 7 inch. Wide gap not extra wide gap
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The 1/0 hook may be better on the small worm, as this would cause less of an interferance with the action that the worm can provide compared to the 3/0. Sticking with a 3/0 for the 7 inch worm would be a good choice.
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Great. I use a 4/0. The secret to the Carolina rig, I was told, is once the bait hits the bottom never let it off the bottom. Drag it or slowly and gently hop it.
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I use them on a carolina rig with a 2/0 hook and a 1/32 lead. Bass can't resist!
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best on a texas rig size hook would be a lazer sharp worm hook
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This is the only worm I use on the carolina rig its great lots of action. On the hook i would use a wide gap 5/0 or 6/0
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I don't know the tactic but I have floated it over hydrilla with some luck but found it hard to cast with my rod and reels.
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Absolutely.
the 3x worms very buoyant. great for drop shot rig and carolina rig as well.
The finesse worms will float a standard off-set worm hook. Probably a 1/0 or 2/0 hook for the 4 inch and 3/0 for the 61/2 inch worm.
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Yes. I have used the Manns Hard Nose snake fished weedless and floating for slop fishing. It will stay completly weedless and holds the surface well. I like to find openings in the slop and slowly work it back acroos the opening. Use a 4/0 hook at least or you will miss blow ups.
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I want to order strike king 3x soft baits super finesse worms ins color 18 - watermelon red flake but the color on line in the picture is nothing like the color pictured in the catalogue. Which is the tru color. I don't want the white color.
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Use the online color chart, as it is more realistic than a printed catalogue.
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The watermelon and red flake is a good choice, but I have more luck with the EzMoney. It is green with black flecks.
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one of the best to fish with
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If it the same brand name,and same sized worm you are using,it will de the same color.
If it's A brand other than Strike King it will have A little differant color.
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I have a hard time puttin the 7 inch Elaztech worms on a crew on shakey head.
What other shakey head jigs work better for riggin?
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I use the flat bottom jig with the eye above the flat bottom. The jig will set on the bottom and the tail will float straight up and do a dance if the worm is a floating worm. I Texas rig the worm so the tip of the hook is inside the worm but just ready to come out.
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the best shakey head jig i have found is the Jewel Jeff Kriet Squirrel Head Jig
it has a cable keeper instead of the screw style
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kvd jig heads work great they still have a keeper on them but not the screw type
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the key is to sharpen the very tip of the screwlock. The other trick is to heat up the screwlock with a lighter for about10 seconds. That 3x worm will slide on like a greased watermelon.
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I've had the same problem. Try the KVD shaky heads or find one that has a long hook for the 7 in size.
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arkie makes a shakey head that has a clasp that you the worm up onto and it holds well. I use it for trick worms and and finesse worms.
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Try using regular shaky heads without the screwlock and add a bit of superglue to head of the worm to keep it on the shaky head. Usually once you get it set, the worm will stay without it but I now set them up both ways, before I hit the water I rigg up a few.
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can they be used for dropshot or on shakey head?
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yes they work good in both applications
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They will work on either the action is great!!! I use mostly on shaky head or texas rigged.
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Yes they can but I would recommend a shakey head with a screw end instead of the push on style cause they're so elastic
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I think this is the best shaky head worm you can buy. Nose hook them on drop shot.
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The material is so stretchy it will not thread onto a screwpost-type jighead. You can use it on a plain shakeyhead jighead where you just run the hook through the front-end of the worm.
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I haven't tried this worm on a drop shot but I have rigged it up with a shaky head and yes they work very well. They also work if you texas rig them. If the bass slow down on the texas rig I will change it to a shaky head and that for some reason will get them going again. And on the same day once they slow down on the shaky head I switch back to the texas rig and they get fired up again. Like I said I don't know why but it works... Give it a try and I bet you'll put more fish in your boat!
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Awesome worm for drop shot. Rig it wacky or nose hook it and you will go through more line and hooks than you will worms.
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Shakey head ill work great, thats how i do it, As for drop shot i am not 100% but the tail lends to float up
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Kevin VanDam fishes these soft plastics on both a drop shot rig and a shaky head jig.
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These are called finesse because they are very versatile and can be used for any finesse style including drop shot, shakey head, top water or wacky style (through the middle). For these specific worms, they tend to work better as drop shot or shakey head.
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Both but use the smaller one for drop shotting. I use the larger size for smallmouth and largemouth on a shakyhead. The worm floats and comes off the bottom. The fish cant handle the wiggling tail when you shake and hop it.
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By far! Last longer and more action, even in cold water.
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I prefer these baits over all others, I wish I had these years ago. I use them all and will switch to just one now. I just hope strike king makes creature baits out of this plastic.
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To me YES, I have used both
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Nah. These are great worms and will catch bass, but the smaller slimmer profile from berkley finesse is what you want when finesse fishing. The shape of the berkley is much more attractive to bass i think to.
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im new 2 finesse fishing an i need some help. what areas of the lake/river will Finesse worms work?
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Find wood or rocks, where ever there is some current, around bends or tail races of churning water. Look for spinning water called "eddys". Fish hold to all types of rocks and wood ambushing baitfish.
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they will work on any area the fish are at. it all depends on how you work it
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Just about anywhere but my favorite places are along flats, aroud bridge pilings, and along creek channels that fill into the lake or river
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pretty much anywhere. on bottom on a shakey head, on a drop shot, weighted texas rig, weightless texas or carolinarig. they work well for me on long points, dropoffs, and transition banks (bank changes from rock to clay, etc.).
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Finesse type worms work well on a shakeyhead jighead fished around boat docks.
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Fish here in Southern California myself I use these worms the shallows where the banks are about 4'-6' deep and then drop off into deep water and around any type of structure either big boulders, standing timber, or weed lines along the shore.
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Anywhere there is rocks or thick grass that you cannot pull something through without getting it hung up. I rig mine nose hooked or wacky and never seem to get hung up. Plus the fish love these things so even out in the deep middle of lakes I have pulled up some big boys.
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Everywhere, Jigg it weedless and its 100% universal
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all most anyware thats what makes them so perfact i will toss them anyware there is structure docks fallan trees rock piles just get out and try them
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Kevin Van Dam fishes Strike King's 3X Soft Baits Super Finesse worms on a shaky head jig but his favorite way to fish these soft plastics is on a drop shot rig.
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Buy a map and fish this on a shaky head on a few points or structure which can be in deep or shallow water.
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How to get big bass to buy.

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I've seen big bass and cant catch them.
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Try these in deep pockets and try some bigger lures fast & slow retrieves try anything
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well they may just not b interested try as meny baits as u can and try presenting them other ways all i can say we have all seen big bass that wont bite thats how the got that big by bing smart
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well that is always tuff especially if it is heavilly fished or the bass can see you. the best way is too use a good worm like the yum ribbon tail in 7" and tequilla sunrise texas rigged . no joke wear camo it does tend to help . back to the bait cast were you see the bass a few feet in front of it then twitch the bait very subtly not jerking twitching try not to get your human scent on the lure either if you do that then you will have a better chance to catch that bass good luck
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