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YUM F2 Dinger Worms

   

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Watermelon/Red Flake

Watermelon/Red Flake

6"

7

Model:
YUMD602
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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

6"

7

Model:
YUMD608
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Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

6"

7

Model:
YUMD609
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  • SKU: 1770302

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Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras

6"

7

Model:
YUMD6142
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Green Pumpkin Purple Flake

Green Pumpkin Purple Flake

6"

7

Model:
YUMD644
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Watermelon/Red Flake

Watermelon/Red Flake

7"

7

Model:
YUMD702
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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

7"

7

Model:
YUMD708
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Black Blue Laminate

Black Blue Laminate

7"

7

Model:
YUMD773
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Green Pumpkin Purple Flake

Green Pumpkin Purple Flake

7"

7

Model:
YUMD744
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Green Pumpkin Neon

Green Pumpkin Neon

7"

7

Model:
YUMD7144
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  • Infused with YUM’s F2 bass attractant
  • Subtle, lifelike
  • Won't dry and shrivel up when left out of the package
  • Great for wacky worming and Texas rigging
  • Attract, enrage, engage!

Yum F2 Dinger™ Worms are subtle, lifelike and infused with the powerful, new F2 attractant even pressured bass can't resist. Attract. Enrage. Engage!

Great for wacky worming, Yum F2 Dinger Worms come with a hook slot in the back, making them ideal for Texas rigging. What makes this stickbait even better is the F2 Dinger has been infused with F2, a unique and powerful scent which is extremely effective on bass. Unlike any other attractant-injected bait, the Yum F2 Dinger retains its suppleness and ''swimability,'' even when left out of the package. Independently tested by the University of Mississippi to be 30 percent more effective on bass than the leading attractant, Yum F2 attractant is known for its long-lasting effectiveness and continuous dispersal of scent. Available in a wide range of colors.

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 121 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent Action My 3 favorite stick baits brands were out of the baby bass color in 6". I happened to find about 6 packages of these at my local Bass Pro in the baby bass color. I snatched them all up. I am sure glad I did. The first thing I noticed about these stick baits, is they come with a groove on the top side so they can be Texas Rigged with ease. The action of these while just sitting in my had was impressive. They were covered in heavy salt, which was a plus. Overall out of the package these baits were on their way to 5 stars. First rig I used was Texas rigged with a 1/4 oz weight. My first cast kinda blew me away. These stick baits have some heft to them. Long casts even weightless with a bait caster shouldn't be an issue. Next I wacky rigged them with the rubber O-ring. The egg sack portion of this stick bait is centered well for the O-ring to rest. Bait was perfectly level when rigged. I dipped each end in some chartreuse garlic oil to give it a different look. The bass tore them apart. In the first hour, I landed 12 bass, nothing under 12" and nothing over 17". I averaged about 5 fish per bait before they were toast. Each time, the baits were all but swallowed by the fish. I couldn't have been happier with these stick baits. The price was great and better than most other brands. Large quantity with a great price cant be beat. Yum is known for quality and after using these stick baits, it just brings that back. If you make this your first Yum product, it will defiantly not be your last. September 6, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by great for Texas rigging Like the choice of colors and also the heavy salt and attractant. July 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nice First time out nailed a nice smallmouth on the 3rd cast. Works great wacky rigged. I was using the Cajun neon color. June 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Product The Yum F2 Dinger has proven to be a great bait in my arsenal. There are many ways to present this bait from wacky morning to jigging. It's very durable and lasts through a few fish. I highly recommend this to any bass angler. May 28, 2014
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How Many are in a package?

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Depending on the size, you usually get 10 for the 5 inch, and 12-15 for the 4 inch.
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12 per pkg.
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Yes, if not better :P
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Yes....these have the same texture, size, and colors. The shimmy is also there if you know what I mean.
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exelent when riged properly

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yes only better
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Not the same wobble on tip ends when wacky rigged. Also has a slower fall.
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Yes they do and are much cheaper!
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I answered the question about dingers

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senkos move better
more realistic
but more $

love them both
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buy bass proshop ones just buy solid colors or garys
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Yes, you may have to experiment on hooks, but they rock-n-roll!
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will this work on fall bass

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Yes....use a silver or white color and rig it wacky style through the middle....should imitate dying shad which is what you want.
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I use pearl silver flake in the fall when shad are on the move. texas rigged with no weight. use it as a swim bait, deadly!!
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YES!!!!!!!!
Wacky style on a circle hook.
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Absolutely, all the way until ice up
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YES. I use it all season!
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When wacky wormed, this will work great for some slowing down bass in the fall. This lure works year round
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You might catch one or two occasionally on one but its not gonna be your go to bait for the fall. try sticking with a faster moving bait for fall.
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Sure, esp when used "wacky style"
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O yes. The slow fall when wacky rigged is perfect for fall slow bass
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i heard Stik-Os are a harder plastic and dont have as much action.
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I love this stick bait more then any other, and they come with yum f2 inside the lure, so in the end, I always catch the most fish on the finger!
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Ive had just as good sucess with both, get the Stik-Os, thats what i use unless these are on sale.
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Stickos are harder and yum scent is a plus, the softer the stickbait the better the hook up ratio and the longer the fish holds it. Downside less fish per bait and occasional throat catches.
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In my opinion i would go with the dinger. I mean yeah its a little more expensive but with them being made with F2 they are easily the best out there
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i normally use Gary Yamamoto's senkos. Yum dingers are a step down from those, and the stick-Os are a step down from the Dingers. Get the dingers
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I personally Prefer Yum Dingers above the rest.
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Trust me stick with Yum F2 Dingers. They're the most durable and versatile worms I've ever used.
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Stik-O's are really good, I would not hesitate to use them over any other worm.
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You want a wacky rig hook either weed less or not in size 1
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Best go with a 2/0 hook

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3/0 wide gap hook smaller hook makes bait have better action
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I like size 1 or 2 Circle hooks.
Circle hooks are the best hooks rigged weightless wacky style.When you see your line moving, you just have to pull back easy and you'll hook the fish in the corner of the mouth everytime!
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I like 4/0 gamakatsu offset worm hooks

wacky rigged octopus also is good
but it gets caught a lot and brings up
algae and moss

weedless wacky seems to not let me set the hook as well

I am still gonna try that method though
depends on where you are casting

wacky in current is great
but it snags frequently
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Size 1 drop shot hook is perfect
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2/0
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A 3/O weighted hook
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3/0 or 4/0 circle hook
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i use 2/0 eagle claw octopus hooks. cheaper than gamakatsu and still work great
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The number 2 wacky Gamakatsu.
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The green pumkin works best for me... but I do fish fairly clear lakes.
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Bama bug, watermelon seed, and green pumkin for all around conditions and water type. Crawdad colors for spring time fishing.
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There are 2 colors you can just never go wrong with. Black w/blue fleck and chartreuse pepper.
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My favorite color is smoke red pepper.
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For me personally, June-bug is the best in stained water.
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This depends on the water you are fishing. A nice tip to remember is dark water darker colors along with some whites and chartreuse. Clearer water lighter colors. Also depends on the food source for the fish on the lake, pond, river.
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It depends on the water. If the water has high visibility, then darker colors will work. But in murky water, brighter colors are your best bet.
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Junebug works best for me, but I've caught bass on yellow-colored ones as well
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I use mainly black with blue flake. The green pumkin is pretty good also.
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black/blue, red shad, anything watermelon, ozark smoke - in that order.
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Black and Blue, Junebug
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I am deciding wether or not to get more Gary Yamamoto senkos or try the Yum Dinger Worms. Which is better and what are good colors for murky water?
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For the money the Yum Dinger, If fish are not taking it well Yamamoto is hard to beat.
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I'd go with the Dinger....but thats me. I prefer the colors, the feel, and the price. I chose my worm color based on the color of the fish...and the water's apparent color. For example: a lake I fish has grayish water, sometimes cloudy, with sand/clay bottom. The bass that come out of it are mostly gray and white....with a little bit of green. The bream are light as well. I use a gray/white or silver worm and nail 'em. In another lake, the water's clear...but there's a ton plant life and a silty bottom that stirs all the time. The fish are darker green....I go with a dark greeen...a bream color....or other darker tones. On cloudy days, I stick to my colors....I got a 12lb bass last night using the gray/white choice that works in the same lake during bright sunlight.
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Get the Bass Pro Shop ones. More for the money. Work the technique and you won't fail on any of them.
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Both have same action BUT Yum has the attractant and it's cheaper - so it's a no brainer YUM is better. Best colors in murky water are darker colors - seems opposite, but that's what works best - Junebug/Black/green pumpkin type colors
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dont waste the money on senkos get the yums. I would buy the black and blue or the green with the yellow tips. They both have worked extremely well for me
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I was asking the same questions. So I went out and bought the YUM dinger and I'm telling you right now you will fall in love with this bait. Me an my uncle went out he only caught 8 on the yamamoto to my 20 on the Dinger. Same color and size. They dont want to let go of this worm when they get i in there mouth. So with the way money is these day's. Try them you won't be let down.

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the yum dinger is a better bait. use darker colors for murky water.
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Dinger are the best worms on earth, i have outfish the senkos 10 to 1
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Tried both. Senkos are much much better. The action is very good on senkos, a bit stiff on dingers. Also, the brand doesnt make a difference what so ever, its the color. A bright color for murky water, more natural for clear waters. (black works best for me)
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Pending on water conditions. I have used both baits in the past. Every bait has a different action. Me personally, I like the Gary Yamamoto senkos In the Watermelon and Green Pumpkin Colors in clear water. For murky water I opt for the Black with large blue flake and Bama Bug
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I spend the extra on yamamoto products. can't go wrong. Match the color of your bait to the color of the water.
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Hook right in the center of the worm, or get a wacky took and put the o ring in the middle and hook trough the ring so the hook doesnt tear the worm!
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Bend the worm in half and hook it directly in the center, so that the ends are free to jiggle as you twitch it in the water.
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tie ur hook directly to ur line. then run ur hook thru the middle of ur sinko worm throw it in. an let it work for you dont rush it its spring lol..........
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Tie on a size 2/0 or 3/0 circle hook. Take a rubber o-ring and thread your worm through it. Slide the o-ring just up to the egg sack on the longer side of the worm. Just barely skin hook your worm as you run the hook under the o-ring. I use 40lb braid with a 10lb fluorocarbon leader. Most would recommend that you use lighter, probably 8lb. But that is the basics.
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Just stick a 2/0 or 3/0 split shot hook through the unsegmented part of the worm-it's commonly called the egg sack. Slide the worm down until the barb is barely exposed. Fish the worm any way you like. I prefer bouncing it off the bottom. It's not luck...it's skill.
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Texas rig with as little weight as needed
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You could single hook it through the middle OR run it through twice. I get better hook-ups this way, but the bait will tear a bit easier.
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Hook them in the middle.
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You have to take the worm and hook them with the hook in the middle with out weight
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You should get the worm and insert an octopus hook, or a buckeye lures Flicken jig head into the middle of the worm. It is my go to presentation anywhere. If the fish want somthing smaller than a dinger. Try a Jackall Flick Shake rigged wacky style. Good luck.
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To wacky rig,simply place your hook through the middle of the worm so that half of the worm hangs to each side. This diminishes the durability of the worm, however. I would recommend picking up some o rings, sliding them to the middle of the worm, and place your hook between the worm and o ring. This will make your worm last longer as well as keep the worm attached to your hook.
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