The 4” Ringworm has earned the reputation as one of the most versatile soft plastic baits every created … deadly for early-season river ‘eyes and saugers or fished near deep weed edges and rocky shorelines for summertime largies and bronzebacks.
And now it’s even better! B-Fish-N Tackle listened to angler input and made some subtle changes to improve performance and durability. For starters, B-Fish-N Tackle beefed up the neck of the baits to provide added durability. They also eliminated the “neckdown” of the old design, tweaking existing molds for a bait that’s slightly larger in diameter behind the nose. The result? A bait that resists getting ripped up during violent headshakes, but still has ALL the subtle fish-catching action the bait is famous for! While they were at it, designers also enlarged the tail slightly for more water displacement and a bigger thump!
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Posted by Aaron Simmons on Mar 26th 2017
Probably the best spring bait for big walleye
Posted by Unknown on Mar 9th 2017
I found these plastics to be the best walleye baits for river walleyes this spring. Great product. None better.
big walleye catcher
Posted by edwin on Mar 8th 2017
This has been my go to bait for river eyes here in indiana. I just switch colors to see what they are biting, then its game on from there
Everything bites the ringworm
Posted by derek wolff on Feb 28th 2017
Everything bites the ringworm. You just have to know how to fish it with different size jigs vertical jigging, or casting in times of the spring walleye run. Bass as well gobble them up along with many other fish I have snapped up along the way. Thanks b fish n great product from a lifelong user of ringworms, paddletails, and moxis.
They just work
Posted by Mike on Jan 31st 2017
I've been using 4"ring worms for over 30 years. I started having trouble finding them. When I received my order from Custom Jig and Spins, I could see the high quality right away. The colors are vivid. They are very durable as well. Caught my biggest bass last yea on the black and chartreuse 4" ring worm, over 8 1/2 lbs.
Posted by Unknown on Nov 20th 2016
Just what I was looking for and couldn't find anywhere else
Color not as advertised
Posted by Harold Wakefield on Oct 4th 2016
The purple glitter with pearl tail as advertise has a white tale. I ordered the purple with white tail and then the glitter ones so the tail would be pearl not white.I'll give them a try and see how they work
Ring worms for everything
Posted by Thomas Droste on Jul 13th 2016
I had a local guide and good friend from central Wisconsin turn me on to these plastics a few years ago while spring walleye fishing on the Wisconsin River. Since then I've used these plastics on everything from casting for trout and salmon in the harbors of Lake Michigan to little and big rivers across the state catching walleyes, bass, slab crappies in the fall, and even an occasional bull-gill and musky. Vertical jigged, snap jigging, dragging and yes, even a substituted for crawlers on harnesses. I have more plastics from Bfishn tackle in my arsenal than any other lure combination combined. Simply because, they catch a lot of fish with a lot of different presentations!
8.64 pound Bass caught on 4" ring worm.
Posted by Mike Romano on Jun 14th 2016
I'v used ring worms for years. I started having trouble finding them in my area . I had a fishing trip planned with a family member & was low on my supply. I contacted Custom Jigs & Spins & placed an order. The worms showed up right on time. We ended up having our best day on that lake. I new the lake would get cloudy & the black & chartreuse ring worm did the trick.We were able to catch mutable bass on one worm because they are nice & firm & hold up well. Our best 5 went 25 lbs. So I would say they work.
Works for walleye
Posted by Randy on May 18th 2016
Used the 4 inch ringworm on the upper Columbia in Washington. The walleyes liked the Stewarts Pro Blue vertical jigged.
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