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What is yalls favorite color and or style worm to fish Texas rigged? I personally have had a lot of success with a culprit red shad ribontail. Just looking for more varieties to try

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Funny you should ask this as I just got done organizing my worms. I love fishing Zoom trick worms, and Zoom finesse worms. I'd say 90% of the times I throw a worm it is one of those. (For the record I don't consider a Senko type bait a worm)

Of the colors I use the most will be:

-black

-junebug

-green pumpkin

-merthiolate

-black sapphire

-kudzu

-glimmer blue

-morning dawn

-smokin purple

-greenie weenie

-seedless watermelon

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I do use 5" senko's on t-riiged. Also use Havoc, Luck E Strike, Yum and Zoom. I like watermelon or pumpkin colors. 

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6 inch Manns Jelly worm . I have caught more fish on Black Grape than any other color .

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netbait t mac and super t mac worms.  either junebug, black or green pumpkin.

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Ring Worms 7 1/2

Cinnamon Pepper Neon Junebug Laninated

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6'' Mann's Jelly Worms, grape. I'm also a big fan of any earthworm color, regardless of brand. I have some old Riverside brown worms that I have done well with. I do tend to stick to a thinner profile worm, I feel like they come through the grass better. Everywhere I fish around here for largemouths has a ton of vegetation.

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The Berkley Powerbait 10" Power Worms in BLACK

 

A-Jay

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Zoom U Tail

Zoom Shakey Tail

Berkley Power Worm 7"

Green Pumpkin

Tequila Sunrise

Red Shad

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I use a seven inch Berkley PW in blue flek.

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I use many brands and types. I like to experiment. Trick worms/finesse worms are working right now. 

Got a bunch of bruiser and tmac worms to use this spring and summer. I might have too many worms....nah.

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Zoom Ol Monster junebug or Trick Worm in junebug

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I also like culprit ribbontail worms they got alot of good colors in 7.5 inch i use tomato,black/chart,black/gray. In the 10 inch i like the purple/black and gold/black.i also like zoom trick worms and the magnum trick worms

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Zoom Utail motor Oil Chartreuse

Berkley Powerbait Power worms Black Blue Fleck, Junebug, Motoroil

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The Plastics:

When Texas rigging i like to use worms or plastics with a lot of action.

For worms, I like to use Berkley 4 inch and 6 inch Power worm, and any ribbon tail worm will work great I've been using the 8 inch Cabelas ribbon tail worm white a lot this year and have produced a lot of fish with them. For beaver styler baits I'll usually use a Havoc Pit Boss. Zoom Fat Albert grubs also work great for me on a slow retrieve.

The Colors:

I don't like the flashy bright colors, I tend to use natural colors. Green pumpkin, Watermelon candy, pumpkin seed, black n' blue, and junebug are my favorite colors to name a few. Sometimes certain colors are better at certain bodies of water. If you don't know what colors to pick, go with a natural color, green pumpkin will never fail.

The Hook:

My favorite Texas rig hook would have to be the 3/0 VMC EWG offset hook.

In addition to Texas rigging I found underspins to work miracles, when you add a plastic to it.

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Mann's 6" worm in black grape color.  Depending on how the bass are hitting that I will go up or down in worm size. 

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Every worm Fishog offers. They are extremely inexpensive and works fantastic. I also love the BioSpawn Plasma Tail and ExoStick

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Rage Tail Thumper

Rage Tail Cut-R

GYCB Kut-Tail

GYCB Senko (weightless)

 

 

 

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Rage Cut R (honey candy)

Magnum speed worm (junebug)

Mike

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Cut-R - any color as long as its green

Culprit 7.5 ribbon - motor oil

Culprit fat max 9 - okeechobee

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Black grape, junebug, pumpkin/chart tail, black with blue tail, green pumpkin, red shad

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Zoom Watermelon Seed trick worm was excellent this year on a 3/0 offset hook. I was using a tungsten sinker as well most of the time.

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