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my wife found this on the ground by the local fishing hole, i've never really used plastic worms, but this thing is killer. i was wondering if any of you knew what this was. i asked the local bait shops but they wouldnt know a sinker from a bobber.

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It's probably not a Lake Fork Tackle worm but the rings around the body are similar.

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It's probably not a Lake Fork Tackle worm but the rings around the body are similar.

i'll have to look that up, i was using it in some grass and BAM! i had me a nice 14" LM bass and a few minutes later i had another one on the line . I never really had faith in this kinda setup, i always prefer top water or a crank bait. but man.. i think im already addicted to it.

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Check Trigger X as well they have the rings to I think. The bargain Big Bite worms have rings too. The 98cent ones.

I just check Big Bite nothing like that. Trigger X closes the got is http://www.triggerx.com/aggression/swimming_worm/

Here what Trigger X looks like in green pumpkin http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=400224298606&clk_rvr_id=243873492876

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Check Trigger X as well they have the rings to I think. The bargain Big Bite worms have rings too. The 98cent ones.

I just check Big Bite nothing like that. Trigger X closes the got is http://www.triggerx..../swimming_worm/

the rings on it are like 1/8th inch deep... maybe a little bit shallower but. im really considering getting some decent baits that may be similar, i like the twister tail tho, any suggestions on what to get? Berkley power bait?

I FOUND EM!!

http://www.***.com/Uptons_Ribbed_Tail_Worm_10pk/descpage-UPTNRIB.html#multiview

:D

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its a pulse worm duhhhhhhhh lol jk but yea a pulse worm i got a bag of 50 green pumkinseed ones i got from a friend i believe there net bait but not completely sure and yes they are amazing womrs.

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Several companies make rib worms that all do basically the same thing. I like the Zoom big dead ringer but have had luck with several others.

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my wife found this on the ground by the local fishing hole, i've never really used plastic worms, but this thing is killer. i was wondering if any of you knew what this was. i asked the local bait shops but they wouldnt know a sinker from a bobber.

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Check out the Barlow's Tackle Shop website. They're located in Texas. They sell worms identical to this in a bunch of colors.

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Honestly, I wouldn't get too hung up on trying to find the exact worm. Pretty much any ribbon-tail worm will work. Culprit, Berkeley Power Worm, Zoom, NetBait, Barlow's... I use 'em all. Just choose one in the same (or similar) color and go catch some bass!

Tom

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looks like a luck E strike worm to me. cheapo worms, work well though. get culprit zoom or rage tail, or xfactor, hell it doesn't matter get whatever worm from whoever and you'll catch fish.

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I agree with tholmes. I would concentrate on many other aspects before the actual worm I am throwing including: technique, weight size, retrieve, location, size, color, etc.

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Alex, if you have confidence in that worm and you found a source, then I say, get as many as you think you need and then some. Fish with confidence and work on technique and presentation while you're doing it. :)

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