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Fishbites Bag O'Worms Sandworm Alternative Saltwater Bait
Fishbites® Bag O'Worms® Sandworm Alternative Saltwater Baits are a top-selling Fishbites® favorite! Fishbites Sandworm Alternative Baits are a new take on the most longstanding, popular fishing technique. Great for introducing new anglers to the sport—or anyone skittish about handling live worms. The powerful Fishbites Sandworm scent is effective on a wide variety of saltwater species.
Fishbites Sandworm Alternative Saltwater Baits are not easily stripped off the hook and can withstand numerous strikes, long casts and bait stealers. And while Fishbites scents effectively lure fish, they are barely perceptible to humans. Fishbites Sandworm Alternative Baits are environmentally friendly, non-toxic and readily digestible by fish with no harmful side effects.
In addition, Fishbites Sandworm Alternative baits require no refrigeration and retain their scent for over a year when properly stored. Choose Regular or Large sizes—in Longer-Lasting or Fast-Acting formulas. Made in USA.
Offered in Longer-Lasting or Fast-Acting (a.k.a. coldwater) formulas
Available in Regular and Large sizes
Effective for a wide range of saltwater species
Require no refrigeration
Retain their scent and durability for more than a year when properly stored
Rated 5 out of
Always goodI live in Canada and use to use these for flounder. Havent had them here in years. Finally found them and ordered abunch of them and they are still as good as they were years ago.
Date published: 2016-05-11
Rated 5 out of
GREAT BAITMy grandad and I went to the bass pro in Hampton thinking what the heck would bite these we tried em out and we caught over 85 spot and croaker on pier 14 in Va beach. We ate good that night :)
Tight lines and good fishing
Date published: 2011-07-07
Rated 5 out of
fishcatcherthe title says it all
put on a hook wait 10 or 20 seconds and bam you got one just try em out next high tide at your favorite pier and you wont be disppointed and wont smeel like squid like you do with that cut bait or live bait
How would you rig and fish these fishbite sandworms?
Asked by: Fishing18
Thank you for your question.
1. Prepare your line by adding a hook and sinker. For boaters, use a sinker heavy enough to hold your line vertically while you are drifting. Sinkers needed should be 4, 5, 6, or 8 oz., according to Great Kills Bait and Tackle online. These weights should keep the sandworm three feet from the bottom.
2. Thread a sandworm through a fish hook by inserting the hook into one end of the worm and sliding it through until the hook exits the other end of the worm. Depending upon how large the sandworm is, you may need to thread two or three sandworms onto each hook to cover it completely. You do not want any part of the hook exposed.
3. Thread an extra sandworm onto the hook, one more than is necessary, to allow a portion of the worm to dangle. The dangling worm will sway and quiver appealingly in the water.
4. Hold your drag line light when you cast the line. Boaters should drift along the water's edge while casting. Schools of fish often gather along slopes and flat, sandy bottoms.
5. Float the sandworms three feet from the bottom in order to attract the fish and receive more hits. If you are not receiving any hits, lower the worm and float closer to the bottom.
6. Set the hook immediately, as soon as you feel the fish bite onto the sandworm.