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Floating Tail Worms?

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Hello,

I've always used Mann's Jelly Worms (paddle tail) for deadsticking.  I like the way the tails float up and wave in the current.

What other plastic worms have the floating tail, though?

Thanks,

Josh

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Berkley Havoc Federale Worm and Zman that I use.

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Check out Upton's Customs, they make a fantastic hand poured worm.  Kicker Fish also makes a nice floating tail worm, called the High Tail Hole Shot, I think.

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Big Bite Baits squirrel tails are good for dead sticking. Their flying squirrel creature baits are good too.

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Good ole fashion zoom trick worm

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4 minutes ago, BassassinX said:

Good ole fashion zoom trick worm

My experience is only the ones labeled "Original Trick Worm" do. The rest are loaded with salt (and say so on the package) & will slowly fall flat. Regardless, both are excellent baits.

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Yes correct vilbig,  Thank you

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As others have said, nothing beats a trick worm.;)

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I think almost every worm has a tail that sticks up....Especially if you rig it with a weight in front..Also any bait with rings...or Elaztach, the Z-Man baits are the best for the stand up action and they last forever. I use the Rage Worms with the Rings and ribbon tail, and they catch big fish and lots of fish on any style rig....Zipper Worms are good for that as well.

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On 3 de junio de 2016 at 5:12 PM, Josh Smith said:

Hello,

I've always used Mann's Jelly Worms (paddle tail) for deadsticking.  I like the way the tails float up and wave in the current.

What other plastic worms have the floating tail, though?

Thanks,

Josh

Mann´s Augertail worm, and man, that wiggling floating tail is really deadly !

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Grandebass Airtails.  The tail has air in it, so it's always going to float.  I slay on these things rigged shakey, trigged or weightless.

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