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Anyone Ever Wacky Rig A Finesse Worm?

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Anyone ever wacky rig a Finesse worm? Did It work? How does it compare to a wacky rigged senko in the same size? Do you use the same hook?

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Yeah, its awesome. It was how wacky was first started from what I've gathered.

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Yep, but I dont do it weightless, I use a small flickshake head and wacky rig a zoom trick worm or a jackall flickshake worm,

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I prefer center texas rigging a finess (6") worm with a 3/0 ewg, over the wacky hooks. It works for me better but every situation is different

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Yep it works!

But weightless is tough b/c the worm is so light compared to a senko it is tough to control on the cast.

I usually T-Rig the finesse worm with a bellyweighted hook if I want that wacky rig style fall as opposed to nose weighting it

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Not only YES, but HELL YES. I catch over 1,000 bass that way every year-some years over 2,000.

I rig them just like the Trick worm in my avatar.

Present it near a bass and you have will have a catch.

All the bass over 9# I have caught have been with a weedless wacky rigged Zoom finesse worm.

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I do it a lot casting a drop shot with good success. Favorite bait is the zoom finesse worm.

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I was considering taking one of the 4" KVD Elaztech finesse worms and wacky rigging it

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I too agree,I also wacky out a 10 to 15 in.ribbon tail worm with no weight.And if I want weight I use a Buckeye Flick-It jig,they work great.

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I was considering taking one of the 4" KVD Elaztech finesse worms and wacky rigging it

Elaztec floats so you'll need to use a weight of some sort.

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