YUM® F2 Ribbontail
- Slithering action of the sinuous tail
- Integral F2 scent
- Standard ploy for catching big bass
That's what YUM's advanced F2 attractant is all about—the means to attract, enrage, and engage bass by provoking a primal feeding response. This isn't just hype... the concentrated formula was clinically third-party tested under strict scientific protocols at Mississippi State University. Result: documented proof that bass prefer F2's powerful scent by a factor of 30% over other leading attractants. That potentially means 30% more hits for you in a day's fishing... and 30% more fish landed. Because baits infused with F2 remain supple and swim-worthy, won't dry out in the open air, and continuously disperse scent into the water column, you can count on their ability to attract, enrage, and engage!
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 19 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by blubullett best worms ever Ribbontail worms are the bees knees. And these Yum ones are my favorites by far. Super soft and flexible. June Bug and Watermelon seed will catch a fish anywhere you go. You won't be dissapointed July 10, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by JeremyG Tap Tap Tap SET By far best plastic I have used. I tried three different colors one day and every first cast I was reeling them in. They are still good after first catch is well I don't if its the F2 that attracts them or just design but it's a great worm! If you like catching lots of fish on plastics I highly recommend this to you. June 25, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by JLev44 Crack for Bass I just got these worms, and my first two casts were instant largemouth strikes. I can't keep them away from these worms, they seem to really love the purple. Something I've been successful with is setting them Texas style on an offset shank hook, and ripping them across the top of the lily pads like a frog. Not sure why but it's worked like a charm. I've also gotten several calico strikes on this worm. June 10, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by SaintNick good product I caught 5 small mouth on this worm the first time I used it I am going out again this weekend with them to see if it was just a fluke, but they hammered them all day. June 9, 2011
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Details:i tried using lead heads and puling them. iv tried Texas rig,weedless rig. nothing works.
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A:buy some archie jig hooks and texas rig them. Remember, bass hit the lure on the fall, so remember to continuously let it drop, then jig it. Hope this will help you catch a big one!
A:Honestly, it depends on the body of water that your fishing. I found that theses worms are very effective rigged weightless. Allow the worm to sink and and retrieve it in a twitching motion; you can keep in on the bottom letting sink longer between pauses or twitching slower. If texas and weedless are not working weightless or carolina should.
A:I catch tons of them by bouncing it across the bottom and by crawling it along the bottom. Try a different color or try a different YUM scent like LPT. Remember with color light and bright for sunny days, darker on cloudier days. I use Tequila Sunrise because it is so universal, hope this helps!
A:This is a very good worm . Might want to use a color that is more universal. Green Pumpkin is a good color for most applications. Try texas riging the green pumkin ribbon tail around rocks and brush. This worm can be carolina rigged as well. These baits are hard to use from the bank and are more suited for fishing out of a boat to access the brush and rock piles. You'll have better success.
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