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Old 05-03-23, 11:37 PM   #1
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Default Anyone use straight tail worms jerk-style?



The 7" worm on the left is a Softie Worm. The one in the right is a Yamamoto Kut tail worm. The one under those two is a Kut tail worm added to a grub body.

When working water mid-depth, these and other tailless worms have an action similar to a Zara Spook surface lure with its zig-zag action. Rigging them on a 1/16 oz jig is important for working them at the same depth by jerking them with the rod tip. Even this small bas couldn't resist:


Not all plastic worms can do this - they must have the right plastic and shape.

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