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What are peoples favorites? I like zooms finesse worms.I probably get more consistent action fishing this way. Not always big fish of course but numbers. I rig em Texas style with a 1/8 oz bullet weight. This year I plan on putting them on a z- man ned rig head.What's everyone like?

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I use Zoom finesse and trickworms.  Believe it or not, 4 inch Luck E Strike with hook tail from Wal Mart.

Sometimes I have done well with Zoom swamp crawlers, too.

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18 minutes ago, thinkingredneck said:

I use Zoom finesse and trickworms.  Believe it or not, 4 inch Luck E Strike with hook tail from Wal Mart.

Sometimes I have done well with Zoom swamp crawlers, too.

I use the trick worms and the lucky strikes too ! The lucky strikes produced very well in the fall this year. They are in the bargain bin at the local wal mart ! 1.99 a pack!!☺

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Zoom swamp crawlers, Yum sharpshooters, and Havoc Bottom hoppers.

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6 inch Jelly Worm , would that be considered finesse ?

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I think the zoom centipede is shamefully underrated. If you put a 1/8 or 1/4 oz about a foot above it and break a toothpick to wedge it to the line. Just slowly drag it along the bottom and man do they nail it. Preferably Pumpkin and Green Pumpkin work the best in my humble opinion, in that order. 

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2 hours ago, thinkingredneck said:

I use Zoom finesse and trickworms.  Believe it or not, 4 inch Luck E Strike with hook tail from Wal Mart.

Sometimes I have done well with Zoom swamp crawlers, too.

BELIEVE IT...I TOO USE ALL THE ABOVE...

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I'm gonna have to try some. Always looking for something new

Scaleface,  6inch jelly worms would probably be considered finesse these days. Haven't fished em in a while but a killer worm for sure

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CREME LURE 6 INCH SCOUNDREL PURPLE WORM 12-PK

 

STILL USE THESE OLD SCHOOL WORMS FROM TIME TO TIME...

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I like the trick worms and u tale worms. I agree with Will1248 about the Zoom centipedes. They have saved the day for me many times. They have bad days fishing into good days catching. 

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I don't think there is such a thing as a bad finesse worm. But what I like the most is actually a 4" berkley power worm on an Owner bullet ultrahead:

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I really like the Netbait T-Mac (similar to a Zoom Trick worm). The discontinued Berkley Rib Snake was terribly ignored. There's always that line of not wanting to let the cat out of the bag about a good bait, but not wanting it to be too ignored and end up getting axed. A Zoom Centipede on a slider head is an excellent bait. 

 

My all time favorite would have to be the Zoom Magnum Finesse worm on a shakyhead though. They're great rigged about any way, but the light shakyhead is my favorite, usually a 1/16 or 1/8oz.

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Nice! I have to agree that there really isn't a bad finesse worm. At one point or another they can all be good.

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I use the Zoom finesse worm and Creme scoundrel worms the most, but I have never seen a plastic worm that wouldn't catch a bass if you used it long enough.

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39 minutes ago, burros said:

Robo worm

 

Roboworm FX Straight Tail & FX Sculpins 😉

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Yamamoto kut tails have been awesome for me on a Shakey head 

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Roboworms and trickworms have always worked the best for me

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23 hours ago, MIbassyaker said:

I don't think there is such a thing as a bad finesse worm. But what I like the most is actually a 4" berkley power worm on an Owner bullet ultrahead:

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Agreed, I use whatever brand based on what I need at the time. Lately it has been swamp crawlers and kut tails.

 

Allen

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On 3/10/2018 at 8:58 AM, Mobasser said:

Scaleface,  6inch jelly worms would probably be considered finesse these days. Haven't fished em in a while but a killer worm for sure

After   I tear the head of one up I bite that part down and then it becomes a   finesse worm .

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Always had good luck on the Zoom finesse Texas rig and the centipedes  Carolina rig.

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I use kvd finesse worm with the coffee scent and it is my all-time most successful lure

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