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What's your favorite 4-5" straight tail finesse worm for use on either a shaky head or a light t-rig? 

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Check out New Wave Soft Plastics. They've got a 5.75" Crawler that is very similar to the old fashioned Zoom Finesse Worm, but I love their 5.25" Shaky Worm. The head is flat and it's tapered down to a pointed tail. Great action on a shaky head 

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The Larry Nixon design, Bottom hopper.

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4"-5" straight tailed worm: Creme scoundrel or charlie brewer slider worm

But my favorite overall worm that size is actually a curly tail, rather than a straight tail: 4" berkley power worm:FinessePowerWorm.jpg

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Roboworms and Iovino worms.

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Jelly worm.  Just bite an inch off . I usually do that anyway  after I catch a couple and it gets torn .

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I like the gander mountain brand finesse worms

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Robos, biospawn plasma

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Zoom Bait Company announces the reintroduction of the Original Zoom Worm, a finesse worm that dates back 40 years. Except now, it will come in hand-poured triple laminate patterns instead of the conventional injection colors that originally comprised its lineup.

 

http://zoombait.com/2016/05/zoom-brings-back-an-original-with-a-twist/

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I have been tossing KVD Finesse Worms in shallow water on a Luck E Strike Perfect Finesse Worm heads. They're pricier than I care for on these types of worms, but they work well. 

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13 hours ago, Team9nine said:

Zoom Finesse and NetBait Finesse

-T9

The same 2 I use as well. 

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Zoom finesse worms or Roboworms. 

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One more for Zoom.

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I haven't had any luck on finesse worms on a shakey head. This is my first year using them and I waited till the dead of summer to try it hoping the subtle approach would catch me bass when nothing else will. I've been using zooms trick worm and zmans finesse worm but so far nothing. I've tried a spot remover and mega strikes shakey heads and so far zip. I'll keep trying till the fall.

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I like the Gary Yamamoto 5" finesse worms in black/red or watermelon.

but my goto favorite is the Berkley 4" curly tail power worm in pumpkinseed!!  i even like the way the Powerworms smell (is that wrong?) 

 

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roboworm or zoom, mostly the roboworm though 

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22 hours ago, scaleface said:

Jelly worm.  Just bite an inch off . I usually do that anyway  after I catch a couple and it gets torn .

^^^ This 

And the smell brings back memories good ones at that. So no I don't have a issue with people liking the smell. But I have to say some baits stink like crap. 

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