The 15 Best Soft Baits – Worms reviews
Grande Bass Rattlesnake
- 3-3/4" (Per 12)
- 4-1/2" (Per 8)
- 6-1/2" (Per 4)
- Colors: (201)Chartreuse Pepper, (202)Green Pumpkin Gold/Purple, (204)Green Pumpkin Blue Flake, (209)Green Pumpkin, (210)Watermelon Red Flake, (244)Blue Fleck, (510)Watermelon Chartreuse, (526)Green Pumpkin/Watermelon, (590)Trophy Hunter, (599)Real Shad.
Sort of the fish drawing a bath rattlesnake strikes again Oh No Oh there I'm gonna think this is. How much these fish love. That Grande look at. That look how far down in there. That fish is swallowed. That bait all the way down in its stomach I'm gonna do a side removal it's really simple. Iactually use like the weight of the tungsten to help. You can see this fish swallowed. That it's way down in there. Any stomach so what I'm going to do is I'm going to utilize the weight of the tungsten. And let the tungsten pull the line out the side as a guy heaviest deals right here. That way I can actually. That way I can grab. This hook right here. And then I can push. Now the hook is just hanging out the side see. Where the hooks are just hanging up. Ican take my pliers. And actually grab the hook. And pull it rights up out of the stomach. And the fish you're not bleeding just removed out of his stomach he's in good shape really nice fish.
Zoom® Finesse 4-3/4" Worm
Colors: (001)Smokin' Blue, (002)Watermelon Red/Chartreuse Tail, (003)Plum, (004)Baby Bass, (005)Smokin' Shad, (006)Smoke Purple, (007)Junebug Red, (008)Green Pumpkin Chartreuse Tail, (009)Black Grape, (010)Candy Bug, (011)Green Pumpkin Purple Flake, (012)Motor Oil Chartreuse Tail, (013)Red Bug Shad, (014)Watermelon Candy Red, (015)Green Pumpkin Blue Flash, (016)Green Pumpkin Magic, (017)Watermelon Magic.
Zoom® Mag Finesse Worms
Colors: (001)Green Pumpkin Purple Green, (070)June Bug, (422)Watermelon Candy Red.
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Bass Pro Shops® Flick'n Shimmy Worms
Sizes: 4.8” (per 14), 5.8” (per 11).
Colors: (111)Plum, (114)Pumpkin Seed, (133)Green Pumpkin Violet, (167)Watermelon Magic, (171)Watermelon, (198)Green Pumpkin, (716)Watermelon/Red Flake, (795)Green Pumpkin Candy.
This is fishing gamer doing a review. This is the squirming worm. This particular model reviewing is in the four inches comes in a. Few other sizes as well. How to success with. This with a bullet weights attached to. We were able to catch large mouth small mouth bass. Some rock bass pick roll. Ioverall it's a good warm Bates its very similar to. Some Berkeley baits. That are out there I can't see. It stands out amongst competition in terms of the worm Bates so will rank. It about a four out of five it's effective just doesn't really stand out amongst the competition but. You will catch fish with. And that's a review thank you.
Roboworm FAT Straight Worm – 6"
Colors: (001)Margarita Mutilator, (002)Oxblood Red, (003)Green Neon Pumpkin, (004)Prizm Shad, (005)Sexy Shad, (006)Morning Dawn Red.
Zoom Dead Ringer Worms
Colors: (022)Pumpkin, (181)Watermelon Seed, (444)Cherry Seed, (542)Green Pumpkin.
Zoom Swamp Crawlers
Colors: (181)Watermelon Seed, (542)Green Pumpkin.
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Strike King® Rage Tail® Recon Worm
Color: (980)Red Bug.
Bass Pro Shops® Triple Ripple™ Worm
Colors: (001)June Bug, (002)Motor Oil Red Flake, (003)Plum, (004)Blue Flex, (005)Green Pumpkin, (006)Red Shad, (007)Watermelon Red Flake, (008)Sapphire Blue, (009)Watermelon Seed, (010)Tomato.
This is fishing gamer. And I'm doing a review of the bass pro shops tournament series triple cross trailer overallI'm going to give. This a 4 out of 5 rating when. Ifirst use I love the actions from previous experience. And using similar types of baits just looks great in the water. You think geez the bastard risk. All over I just didn't have like the tremendous reaction. Iwas expecting look. Ihave other baits I will give it a 4 out of 5. That does get attention. It just has realized action. It could have been part of. Me of the color this sapphire blue much for me. That was the issue or not number of factors are going to be involved but just didn't stand out so otherwise. You knowI'll give it a 4 out of 5. It stood out amongst other baits but its class / get a 5 out of 5 but it's worth the price for the money but there probably are. Some bitter baits out there four out of five that's why review thanks bye.
Bass Pro Shops® Cut-Tail Worm
Colors: (421)Green Pumpkin Magic Purple, (509)Golden Peacock.
Bass Pro Shops® Swipe Worm
Colors: (222)Candy Bug, (335)Sooner Run, (376)Sungill.
what's going on YouTube hello my tackle hoarders out there a PFA here again in the test tank. And today for you guys. Some Bass Pro Shop products here. This is the stick a worm in craw berry it's a five. And three eighths inch baits I'll move the light in a second so. We can get a closer look at the color here but as. You can see it's this your standard stick style single style baits. It in the tank right. Now rigged up on a wacky jig head it's a BMC wacky jig it's 1/8 ounce. Some baits do better weighted. Than others, you just get. More of an aggressive wiggle on the way down as. You can see with that waited. You can throw them weightless obviously but. Ijust think more of an aggressive wiggle on the way down. When it's weighted and hopefully it's picking up real well. All the action and the thing on the way down obviously there's. Many applications you can use for stick style bait.
Idiscussed these before with the smart bomb. And the Roku you can obviously wacky rig. These Nikki rig these Texas rig. And the shaky had them my two preferred methods with the stick style worms like. That will be on a shaky head. Or a wacky wit rig like. This weighted or not weighted. Iwas playing around with. This in the test tank earlier. You do get some movements out of. This weightless but. You get a lot more waited. Now it's happening pretty quick. And the test tank here but just imagine. That going down six eight feet four feet. Whatever you may have it's. It go have a nice wiggle like. All the way down you know on slack line like. And then you know you're gonna feel the bottom Jake let. It falls jig let. Ipicked these up at my local Cabala's. They were on sale for three bucks a bag. And it's a bag of 16 so it's a pretty good value seeing a little bit on these on YouTube.
And from what I heard. They are very good obviously. You can see all the action. You get out of them in the test tank here a lot of people speak highly of these so. They were on sale I decided to pick up a couple of bags. This craw berry and then. Ialso have another color which is green pumpkin pearl belly. And a chartreuse tail we'll take a look at. That in a second also I'll adjust the lighting but. You can see how well. It just still the action. It has just on an eighth ounce jig head like. One of those baits I feel a little bit added weight makes a world of difference to. You do get some shimmies like. Isaid before on the way down it's just. More pronounced with a little bit of weights on. It that's these stick baits. That I've noticed SAR going to react. Whether it's the stick a worm here a dinger the ROE cool a single. You know all have you know action on the way down. Some are more pronounced. Then others wait list, but they're really effective weighted like.
This is just you know not very deep here so just imagine. That falling six eight feet ten feet. Whatever you know depth your fishiness at. That action all the way down it's just going to be really effective let. Me adjust the lighting here we'll take a look at the baits. And the light a little bit so. We can kind of see the color a little bit better darker colors are hard to pick up here but obviously it's a green pumpkin. You guys can tell it's got multiple flake in. It's got red black. Some green in it's got the flat nose there so it's real easy to Texas rig shaky head rig like. And then the other color. Ipicked up just like. Isaid the watermelon get the watermelon here. You got the pearl laminate. You get the chartreuse tail they're not really a stick bait fisherman as of. You know seeing this in action wacky rig like. That along with the rope who. Idid a little bit while go off well leave out a thumbnail for. That at the end of the video here for you guys to check.
That out I highly recommend. You guys check out the Roku bite dude. And stay tackle that's an awesome. One weightless but I guess set for three bucks. You get a bag of sixteen at least in my area right. Now at the Cabala's. Iwent to I think that's a pretty good deal it's going to be a real effective dates rig. That way you mean a lot of times your stick baits are wacky rig like. That just a lot of great action like. This is a good alternative to fishing at weightless. If you're not really getting any bites on. It I'd recommend maybe trying just a little bit of weight on. You could even put a little small bullet weights like an eighth ounce weight in front of a wacky rigged hook.
You know that out just to add a little bit of weight will really accent the action. You get out of that but that'll do. It for this video like. That was a tank test of the Bass Pro Shop tournament series Stickle worm in craw Barry 5. And 3/8 ounce I mean inch just on these VMC wacky jigs eighth ounce thanks for watching I really appreciate. It checks out the channel tons of our tank tests on their share the video like a video subscribe. You haven't leave me a comment I'll get back to. And we'll see you in the next.
Gene Larew TattleTail Technique Worm
Colors: (663)Watermelon Pepper, (664)Sooner Run, (665)Red Bug Lite, (666)Merthiolate, (667)Junebug Lite, (668)Sunny Green Pumpkin, (669)Morning Dawn, (972)Green Pumpkin.
New for 2014 is the tattletale worm here at Gina root. It was designed by finesse guru. And Elite Series Pro John Murray John really wanted to have a worm. That went between eight straight toe worms. And a curly tail worm as far as action goes. This worm does just. That it actually has a very small paddle on the very tip of the toe. That when you pull. It through the water. Whether it be on a shaky head a hard head. Or a drop shot it actually has a nice vibrating action so. It doesn't really give. You the intense action of a curly tail but not the suppleness of a straight toe worm so. You actually have a really good in-between worm the. Where you don't actually have to pour your rod really hard. It still gives it a lot of action from the current in the water the tattletale worm actually comes in 12 colors. And it ranges four colors. That are great and really dirty water. All the way to colors. That are really great in clear water. One of John's actually his favorite so far is the great silver laminate. It actually is a extremely good color. Whether you're in muddy water. Or in clear water right here. Iactually have it rigged on our 3/16 bounce hard head a really neat thing about. That is you can actually fish. It just like a different bug cast. It out there I let. It go to the bottom on spinning gear maybe six to eight pound test. And roll it in just like. You would a Biffle bug it's becoming a very big staple. And John success with the worm along with also like don't shake your head.
Or drop-shot go check. It put it's the little root Alto worm six inches long comes in 12 colors thanks for listening you.
Cabela's Go-To Finesse Worm
- 4" – Per 20.
- 6" – Per 15.
Berkley® Gulp!® Killer Crawler
Colors: (001)Watermelon Pearl, (009)Dark Chartreuse Pepper, (010)Night Crawler, (011)Breen Orange, (013)Natural.
Zoom Magnum II Worms
Colors: (003)Black, (025)Green Pumpkin, (062)Black/Red Glitter, (078)Pumpkin/Chartreuse, (202)Junebug, (996)Watermelon/Red.