Every one of our hand-poured worms are molded so that The Worm automatically slides through water in a corkscrew-type action.
This action cannot be duplicated by Texas-rigged or weighted worms.
This swimming action elicits aggressive strikes from bass and other species. The Worm is available in 3 sizes, an 8-inch Magnum, 6 1/4-inch Standard and 4-inch Junior. We know tournament anglers who secretly stash The Worm for when the going gets tough... especially The 4-inch Worm. Call it bass insurance!
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Note: 6 1/4" Regular Version has 3 hooks, however 6 1/4" Weedless version has only 2 hooks (no tail hook). The 8" Magnum version has 3 hooks on both versions.
Only time I am out fished is when they use my worm
Our whole family loves using The Worm for bass fishing in Wisconsin. It's our "go-to" lure.
Let me start out by saying, The Worm is Phenomenal. I first found this lure 15 to 20 years ago in a little sporting goods store (that's no longer there) not far from our home. Our kids were young at the time, but really in to fishing. Sunday evening's were spent watching Bill Dance, The in Fisherman, Hank Parker, Roland Martin, and whoever else was going fishing on Sunday evenings. well the kid's wanted to try all the lure's they could. Especially if it had to do with Bass fishing. So when I saw The Worm I decided to buy a few to try out. Well from the first cast everyone of us had with the Worm, we caught Bass and Bluegills and Crappie and an occasional Catfish. We were all hooked. I started giving them to family and friend's as gifts with rave reviews, and now are grand kids are starting to use them. I use to take the kids out of school for a day of fishing in early spring every year, and one occasion we caught over 100 Bass between the four of us. We have caught many, many 4, 5, 6, a few pre-spawn 7 pounders, along with believe it or not some double headers on the worm. All I can say is you have a great product and please keep it up. Thank You very much for countless hours of of enjoyment and great family memories fishing with The Worm. Sincerely, Vern Hayward.