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Ultravibe Speed Worm

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I haven’t heard, or seen, any discussion about them in quite a while. Truth be told, they’ve taken a back seat to another (hard) bait. Before I bought into the ‘Whopper Plopper Craze,’ it was my go to for a subtle top water presentation although I still occasionally use it in and around emergent weeds.

The main reason I bring it up now is to enlighten some of those that are rather new to the sport of its attributes. Aside from its seedless abilities, it can be paused after a surface blow-up and allowed to sink mimicking a stunned whatever the bass thought it was when it was on the surface. Looking for a worm with a lot of tight wiggling action for pre-spawn? Split shot, or C-Rig one.  

Versatility is a mark of a good angler.l Like so many soft plastics, this one affords you the opportunity.

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There's still one on my rod most of the time, although I don't use it much on top. Most of the guys in my local tournaments still using them quite a bit as well, no denying they work

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I have not caught anything on them, but that is basically do to lack of time with them.  I think they look great and should do very well!  

 

Thanks for the reminder, I have a couple of packs of them hiding in my tackle boxes.

Wdy

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I have two bags of them, but I haven't used them in about 2 or 3 years.  In the past they have worked quite well.

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I've never used one . I dont even know what it is . I'll have to look it up .

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Love those things!

Can't remember the last time I didn't throw one in a tournament.

I mostly use the magnum tho and rarely use the standard size. 

They are killers down here on top, on a Carolina rig, or just skimming above submerged grass and especially hydrilla with a 3/16 pegged bullet weight. 

 

The uv speed craw is also a good little top water plastic in smaller backwaters and 

creeks. 

Effective little t rig or punch bait too. 

 

 

 

Mike

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Great versatile worms. I usually just swim them around vegetation, and they can be very effective!

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