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V&m Wild Thang Worm

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Boy that thing sure is looking great.   Might have to add that to my once-a-year wish list.

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I got a pack in a mystery tackle box and I really like them. They have a really thick tail on them that moves water alot better than the thin tailed worms, like culprit. I normally don't fish worms much but when I recieved them I figured I would try them out, and ended up catching a few fish.

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V&M makes some good plastics. They have several out there, with that tail....A lizard and a craw. 

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ive got a couple packs. havent fished em much but ive caught a few fish with em. that huge tail gives off a lot of action. ill probably fish em some more this week

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I had a pack of these for 6 months(8.5" Watermelon Blue Gill) buried in my plastics. Never even tried them until about two weeks ago. I finally decided to try one on a small clear lake that is highly pressured with spooky Bass. I put it on a  vmc swingin rugby head jig 3/8. Pitched it out just off cover and before it hit bottom it was engulfed. The next five casts were the same and resulted in 6 Bass within 5-10 minutes. Size wasn't worth bragging about. The largest being 2 1/2lbs. Normally at this lake 6 Bass would be a good in a two hour time span. They just couldn't resist. The action is amazing and the tail really displaces water. So the next time I went to my favorite spot on another small lake I rigged it weightless with a 6.0 hook and ripped it across the top. Caught a nice 3lber on first cast. Second cast I was burning a little to fast and just missed a huge blowup. Whenever I miss on a topwater lure I always have another  rod rigged with either a creature bait or a swim jig to cast out immidiatley after the miss. This has worked  for me 70-80% of the time. The trailer I had on my swim jig needed changed. I took a torn up wild thang cut the tail only off and attatched the tail to my swimbait. First cast I landed a solid 5lb er. Second and third casts I pitched to a grass edge and almost as soon as it hit the water... WHAM! These last two pitches landed me a 4 and a 5 1/2 lb er. They were not messing around. The action on the tail is by far the best I have ever seen. These plastic worms are absolutely amazing 10/10.

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