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Anyone of you Gentlemen on the East Coast try this new Worm yet. I've heard of it and read a small article on it. Just saw it advertised in Bassfan.com.

Earthy, this one bait you could write a whole article on.......

Pat X................Whats the low-down on the bait. 6 for 3.75 would be about 5ct's cheaper than a senko. But, do-able with a candle and the throw-away's.

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I have a whole supply of their "weedless wacky worm" unfortuneatly never really had the opportunity to use them this season.
 

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I bought some

I tried them a couple of times but with no luck...just give me a jig & pig and I'll be fine...why mess with a good thing..hehe..later, Mark
 

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These things ROCK! I used them flipping. I pegged a sinker and flipped it - most of the hits came while it was sitting on the bottom - shaking it. Now, I have only used it on Oscawanna (I only had a few packs given to me by someone to try), but I would imagine that it would catch fish that are in the water column as well - slow fall, shakin all the way down. I can also see Carolina Riggin it as well. It has a nice consistency to the plastic and does not seem to tear easily.

I like them, and plan on using them a lot more this coming season.

Pat X
 

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I've seen them Rich, I haven't tried them yet though. I like the application that Pat used them for. They should be an awesome flipping bait. This isn't a new idea though. Years back the bait was called the wacky worm or the wacky wing. It didn't really cause a big stir. I don't know if there is a big difference between them. I don't have any of the new ones....somebody post a pic of it or send me one if possible.
 

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How is their action compared to a senko? I have seen these but have not tried them yet.
 

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Thank you all for your comment's on the Kicker Fish Bait post.

As Pat, I can see potential of this bait in many ways other than flipp'in or pitch'in. Carolina Rig yes, Mojo rig would work better on lighter line situation's, Drop-shott'in maybe, size matter's here.

I think this bait would diffently come in handy in the summer month's when the water colume warm's up. Subtle bite!!!!!!

My thought's only

Rich Thiel

p.s. I'll call Mark Mendez in the morning to see if he has the opportunity to acquire this bait (Angler's Choice President and Owner)
 

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Rich: good to see you back on here, I missed you bud!!!

it seems that you had to re=register......
 
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