Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 66
Rated 5 out of 5 by charlie4 Steady producer
In the Central Florida waters I fish, this worm has been the steadiest producer that I -- and other members of my bass club -- have used for bass over the last several years...and of course junebug is an old standby color in Florida. At times the 4-incher has produced, too, but the 6-inch is old reliable.
March 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by EdFarmer My go-to bait
I've been using the 4" Dead Ringer worms for years with much success. I don't use regular worm hooks for them though, I use 3/8 ounce Charlie Brewer's Slider hooks instead. The weight is part of the hook, which is about a 2/0 to 3/0 size.
I carry a variety of colors in my worm bag so I can quickly change them out if one color isn't getting their attention.
I've used it in deep water as well as shallow coves with most of my catches coming from around downed trees and around docks. This past fall, I caught a nice largemouth that was hiding under some floating wood debris in the back of a cove, in less than two feet of water.
January 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Polaris425 Zoom Dead Ringer
These are great worms. I've caught more bass on them than most other worms I've used. When bass aren't aggressive or feeding, switching to a 4" D.R. will usually work, & help me catch at least a few fish.
November 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by YAYA Follow up to previous purchases
I purchased a Temple Fork rod and a Quantum Smoke reel prior to getting the worms. Fished in a lake in Brevard, N. C.. This worm caught two of the largest bass of my life. This lake was not known as a good bass lake, but because of weather conditions that day, I was forced to fish the closest lake to home. Fished for 4 hrs. with only the "Dead Ringer" and caught at least 15 bass including the 2 monsters. After all these purchases, I forgot a scale!!
October 9, 2013