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Don't go fishing without these beauties.
Reviewed in the United States on June 15, 2018
Want to catch bass? Buy these worms.
5", green/brown(clearer water), or black(muddy water) with any flake color. I fish them 'wacky rigged'(use wacky O-rings or they'll fall part pretty easy), with a Gamakatsu Wicked Wacky Hook 3/0 size. If shallow water(5 feet or less), fish them weightless. Cast out and LET THEM SINK NATURALLY.
If you don't know what Wacky Rigged means please Google it. It's great for these baits and many others.
Have patience. They don't sink quick when they're rigged weightless, but this is GOOD! These things shine when they're sinking naturally. Let them hit bottom and then let it sit for 3-10 seconds. Gently raise your rod up 3-4 feet and let it sink again while reeling in the slack. Maybe give it a twitch or two when you're raising your rod up. But then let it sink naturally again for 3-10 seconds. Rinse, repeat, catch fish.
If it's a bit deeper, fish it with a Drop Shot rig or Texas rig with a .25oz weight.
You can fish these things so many different ways. This is what works for me. More so than anything else I've tried. I live in Ohio and fish mostly lakes.