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Watermelon Candy

Watermelon Candy

7"

8

Model:
115-120

June Bug

June Bug

7"

8

Model:
115-005

Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

7"

8

Model:
115-019

Red Bug

Red Bug

7"

8

Model:
115-021

Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

7"

8

Model:
115-025

Black

Black

7"

8

Model:
115-038

Watermelon/Red Flake

Watermelon/Red Flake

7"

8

Watermelon Candy Red

Watermelon Candy Red

7"

8

Model:
115-281
The Pros demand it and Zoom® answered in a BIG way with Magnum sizes of the popular Trick Worm.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 30 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Great with a jig head I rig this with a 1/8 oz jig head just to give it a little action and it seems to do pretty well. Also works good weightless, jerking it in to the boat. You can also Texas rig this thing and try to attract some lunkers. December 30, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Zoom Magnum Trick Worms I use Zoom Magnum Trick Worms alot. It's one of my go to baits. I'll put a rattle in the end along with dabbing a yellow marker with garlic scent too. It has produced alot of good catches. I perfer the black color, but I'll also use the watermelon seed too. You can't go wrong with this product. September 23, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Magnum Trick Worm We use the magnum worm in a watermellon/red color both here in Kansas and in Texas when we go there to fish. The magnum trick worm when used in conjunction with the rubber o-ring and weedless hook can be a very good bait to use for bass in all types of conditions and weather. The magnum size does not slip through the o-ring nearly as easily as a regular size worm and therefore last a lot longer. September 2, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Worm Choice With over 35 years of fishing experience I have come to love the quality with these worms compared to a number of others. The selections at Bass Pro shops is limited though for the better color choices. August 4, 2010
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Looks like it would get thru the gnarly stuff without a ribbon/curly tail. Anybody have success crashing it thru the junk with a pegged 1/2 oz or 3/4 oz flipping weight?
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Yes its will work great with right jig head.
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Put it on Strike King Jig Head, 3/8 or 1/2 size or 3/4.
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I've had success using a T-rig. 1/8 oz tungsten bullet weight and a 5/0 round bend off-set worm hook. Cast to a target and let the worm settle on the bottom for a while. Keep your rod tip at 10 o'clock. Reel in slack, then slowly raise your rod tip to 12 o'clock. Let the worm settle again and repeat.

The worm is heavy enough to fish weightless, too. Just give the worm enough time to glide to the bottom. Very subtle jerks and twitches of the rod tip will give the worm a lot of action.

I've found slow works best with both applications, but the bass will tell you what they want. Mix things up. Have fun with it. Good luck.
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What is the best color?

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There are two good colors. The two best colors are the brown and the dark blue they work perfect!
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Match the color with the Bait fish.
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you could never go wrong with watermelon seed.
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only for largemouth?

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do these trick worms work for smallmouth as well? i fish the river way more than the tiny pond out back
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These worms work for small mouth bass and large mouth bass.
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There were some caught on them a lake Erie.
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If you haven't tried Drop-Shotting give it a go. Landed too many bass this year to count. Equal amounts of small mouth and large mouth although I believe if you put it in front of a small mouth, they attack it 99% of the time.

Good luck!
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