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Just wondering if anyone has fished this worm. I like swimming worms and big grubs in shallow rivers and this worm looks like a winner. Is a square body worm good for swimming or would the Zoom original speed worm be better?.

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Just a different version of the Big Dead Ringers with out the ribs by Zoom.    Looks like a nice bait.

Matt.

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The worm in the link is the manns hardnose worm. The zoom g-tail is 6 inches long and looks like it has a larger tail than the 4 inch berkley power worm.

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I have caught fish swimming it over underwater grass and on the surface. Has less tail action and takes a little more speed or  weight to get the tail going than the big dead ringer. Tail is also smaller than the big dead ringer tail. My favorite swimming worm is made by taking a zoom speed worm and welding a fat albert grub tail on it with a candle. It will swim well at slow speeds without too much action and holds up better and is a little smaller in size than a Yamamoto big grub. I like the G-tail body so I am going to try the grub tail on the G-tail body next time I get a chance.

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Has less tail action and takes a little more speed or weight to get the tail going than the big dead ringer.

That is a common "problem" with worms with this style of tail, the thicker plastic tails require more pulling from either you or the weight to make them move.

BUT, these tails move a lot of water.  I have tons of Ditto Gator Tails in Black and Red Shad for stained water.

Brad

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