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Plastic Fishing Worms - Mills Fleet Farm

Yamamoto 9-10-297 Senko, 5-Inch, 10-Pack, Green-Pum-Packin W/Black

$5.79


Plastic Worms | The Ultimate Bass Fishing Resource Guide® LLC

The first mold was created from, believe it or not, a live worm. These first worms were, though effective, quite hard and had a less than endearing smell to them. These two issues were addressed by Tom Mann around 1966-67. He added flavors to the plastic of which there were three colors, purple, black and red. This is the time when plastic fishing worms began to be produced by injection molding. This in turn created a method of producing many different shapes.

The first mold was created from, believe it or not, a live worm. These first worms were, though effective, quite hard and had a less than endearing smell to them. These two issues were addressed by Tom Mann around 1966-67. He added flavors to the plastic of which there were three colors, purple, black and red. This is the time when plastic fishing worms began to be produced by injection molding. This in turn created a method of producing many different shapes.

Why do bass eat plastic worms ? - Berkley

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10 Worm Fishing Secrets You May Not Know

- This category of plastic fishing worms usually has small sickle or long ripple tails. Sickle tails put out a constant, subtle pulse when steadily retrieved. These worms excel in clear water. Long ripple or ribbon tails wave through the water like a long thin banner being blown by the wind. This creates water disturbance that bass can notice and zero in on before seeing and striking.

- This category of plastic fishing worms usually has small sickle or long ripple tails. Sickle tails put out a constant, subtle pulse when steadily retrieved. These worms excel in clear water. Long ripple or ribbon tails wave through the water like a long thin banner being blown by the wind. This creates water disturbance that bass can notice and zero in on before seeing and striking.