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June Bug

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20

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Chartreuse Pepper

Chartreuse Pepper

4"

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Pumpkin

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Pumpkin Chartreuse Tail

Pumpkin Chartreuse Tail

4"

20

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Cherry Seed

Cherry Seed

4"

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Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

4"

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017-025
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Watermelon Seed Chart Tail

Watermelon Seed Chart Tail

4"

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017-051
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Black Chartreuse Tail

Black Chartreuse Tail

4"

20

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Black Blue Tail

Black Blue Tail

4"

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June Bug Chartreuse Tail

June Bug Chartreuse Tail

4"

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017-123
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June Bug

June Bug

6"

20

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035-005
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Pumpkin Chartreuse Tail

Pumpkin Chartreuse Tail

6"

20

Model:
035-015
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Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

6"

20

Model:
035-019
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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

6"

20

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035-025
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Red Shad

Red Shad

6"

20

Model:
035-029
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Watermelon Seed Chart Tail

Watermelon Seed Chart Tail

6"

20

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035-051
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June Bug

June Bug

8"

10

Model:
021-005
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Pumpkin Chartreuse Tail

Pumpkin Chartreuse Tail

8"

10

Model:
021-015
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Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

8"

10

Model:
021-019
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Red Bug

Red Bug

8"

10

Model:
021-021
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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

8"

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021-025
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Red Shad

Red Shad

8"

10

Model:
021-029
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Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

8"

10

Model:
021-054
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Blue Fleck

Blue Fleck

8"

10

Model:
021-292
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Zoom Dead Ringer Worm 4.8 5 68 68
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
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
great pond bait Good worm for pond fishing, good action, good price, worms are damaged more than other worms because of ribs, might get 3 or 4 catches per worm. August 30, 2013
Best worm in my tackle box I use the Green Pumpkin. I have had 2 1st cast hits on this worm! And I have only been fishing for about 3 weeks! This color is being used in a lake with green water at dusk. Largemouth are loving this one! They usually tear it up too much to use more than once after a catch, but that is why they are priced so good. May 7, 2013
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great
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Works fine on smaller heads. I wouldn't try to use it on larger ones.
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guess it depends on how it shakes
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Best texas rigged in my opinion
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they work very well, You will need a larger hook. I use a magum Spot remover to get through the bulk.
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Grew up trout fishing, but having moved to the south, I'm getting into bass fishing so excuse what may be a silly question. Are these baits good only in the spring-summer or can you fish them year round?
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They're better at times, of course, but have proved effective in all seasons.
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I use them all year long w/ success. I always always always have one tied on, and on my deck. That is, if I'm not actually using it. Which I am the majority of the time.
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Feb-April. During the spawn and pre spawn. Fish it very very slow.
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They will work anytime, but excell when bass move out on humps, and deep brush.
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I fish these year round on texas-rig or
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this is what i use when I can't catch fish with anything else. The Zoom 4" dead ringer green pumpkin. Works in GA, FL, and SC. very well.
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If you can get on the water you can use these baits. Time of year does not matter. However, weather conditions will have a bearing on color selection in your locality.
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thank you any tips are wellcome
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black chartruese
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Something dark. Like the black w/ a blue tail. Or purple.
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Black Grape is my favorite night time color
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probably motoroil chartreuse
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Red bug, Black with red flake works great at night in my area.
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i fish from the bank.
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Texas rig. Fish it slow.
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I fish from the bank too. 4" dead ringer, green pumpkin.
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Start casting parallel to the bank as close to the water's edge as possible. Then work your casts out in a semi-circular pattern moving towards the middle of the pond or stream. As you get in deeper water let the bait sink to the bottom. If you don't get stikes then retrieve it at different depths an at various speeds. When you get strikes stay at that depth and speed.
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Texas style, A small bullet weight a 4/0 hook. Cast it let it sink to bottom us your rod to make small hops
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A texas rig works very well with this worm that is what I use most of the time weather I am fishing from a boat or the bank.
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The Zoom Dead Ringer and the BIG Dead Ringer are my go to Bait on Oklahoma Rivers Lake like Hudson Grand Its a bait that put a numbers of good bass in my bag it is the best at post spawn best on tree wood and long rock points with wood on it-- my wt 3/8 to 7/16 for the hi wind I do a dead stick technique with a jump for abour 10 ft and start over the hook 5/0 on the large Ringer and a 4/0 on the other Ringer
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I prefer the 6" worm, Texas-rigged with a 1/0 EWG worm hook. Use enough weight to be able to feel the bottom. Reel down on the tap, then break their necks!
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Texas or Carolina rigged work well.
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just throw it out and watch your line being pulled by the Bass and set the hook
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is it best to use frogs, lizards, or what?

and secondly, what brand is best all-round?
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Depends on where you fish, water temperature and where the fish are in the spawn cycle. Personally, I think it's hard to beat 6" Zoom Dead Ringers. They work ALL the time
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Berkley all the way
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4" dead ringer.
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Lizards.
I use Zoom exclusively.
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I would recomend ZOOM 4'' dead ringer, tomatoe color. i use this bait every time of the year. i have caught the biggest bbass of my life on this. fish it just like any other worm and you will catch fish, good luck
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I really like the big dead ringer fished on a lite wire straight GAMA hook with no weight.
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Dead Ringers and trick worms.
Zoom.
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I use a worm in the spring. The color i use depends on the color of the [water dark dark worm] [light water light worm].
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Really its up to you. Frogs work well in dark dingy water with a lot of vegetation on surface. Lizards are great on carolina rigs. But a brush hog or ribbontail style worm 4-6 in is a fail-safe all around bait. Texas, wacky, etc. I prefer Zoom or Powerbait.
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Daytime Green pumpkin, Pumpkin, Night fishing red bug, Black with red flake.
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For me, it's Green Pumpkin...
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Tomatoe, good luck
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Junebug works year round
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Watermelon red, dip the tail in chatrues
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Geen Pumkin and watermelon
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Dark ; with Glitter mixed in the worm
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June Bug
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The color i use is all about the water in dark water i use dark bait , in light water i use light bait.
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Watermellow and Pumpkin/Chartruese
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I like green pumpkin and junebug
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do u add bullet weight or just fish weightless and what hook to use for those?
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A small bullet weight works best. I will us a little bigger sinker if its windy.
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in spring I use a split shot about 6" above a 2/0 Gamagatzu worm hook
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Im not quite sure if using this with no weight works, but i know that a bullethead weight with a 4ought hook works wonders, good luck
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1/8 oz. open hook jig if not much structure. I try to get Mustad ultra point hooks
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Drop Shot and texas rig
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Use a 1/4 ounce bullet weight. Use a 3/0 offset worm hook... Be sure to rig it with the hook in the seam and the tail facing down or it will twist...
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In spring, I used a 1/8 oz. bullet weight, in shallow water. In late summer when the water is hot I will use Carolina rigged with a heavier weight around a 3-4 oz. bullet weight. I just about always use a size 4/0 hook.
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You can add a weigh or fish without. It works great both ways. Probably better without. I use a wide gap hook. This seems best for me.
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I like to texas rigg mine or if you want you can fish it without weight
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2/0 hook and a 1/16 bullet on top. Texas rig. I have found the various pumpkin seed colors work good no matter where i fish here in GA. Caught 9 bass just yesterday fishing a small lake during a company picnic. Never been there before and caught the first on my second cast...
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yes i would say that you add a bullet weight
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