Ben Mancillas caught this 22 in. 5.5 lb. Bucketmouth Sunday May 9, 2010 at Lake Monona near Madison, WI. Ben was throwing a 6.25" Pumpkin/Flo tail The Worm when this fish inhaled the bait. Nice fish Ben, keep up th good work!!!
When countless other tackle did not produce any strikes, I reached for my "old reliable" grape w/white spots and immediately started having results. Here I am at a local stripe mine (3.5 lb. large mouth) and again using the worm at Johnson Sauk Trail Park (4+Lb.). This shows that even in the middle of the dog days of summer this produces results. Thanks!
Julie, Kewanee, IL
19" Wisconsin Largemouth caught on a 6" Grape Worm.
"You make a great product and your service can't be beat.
The 8" magnum at work
Attached are 2 photos that demonstrate the effectiveness of your 8" white magnum Worm. My husband and I started using The Worm last summer andhad great success. Each outing was successful for catching bass. This June I decided to get some new Worms and I chose the white. My husband informed me with some authority that white was not the best choice as fish don't like white lures. The first time I used it I brought in a nice bass. The next night I caught the 27" 7 lb. walleye in the photo.
This made a believer in the white Worm for my husband. We were at Loon Lake near Vergas, MN where we have fished for about 13 years. And this was the first walleye we have caught there as they are rarely caught in that lake. The next night something big bit off my lure and I lost it. In August we again returned to Loon Lake and I purchased 2 of the white lures. We were trolling in about 14' of water when I felt something hit my Worm. And then I had to struggle bringing the line in. I was sure that my fish had wrapped around some weeds as I was reeling in dead weight. Imagine our surprise when I got the fish to the surface and saw that I had not one fish but two. The smaller weighed 1 3/4 lb. and the larger 2 1/2 lb. And as you can see from the photos they were both hooked securely. I should add that I truly love to fish but I also love to read and so I have perfected the technique of doing both at the same time. With both these catches I was reading and fishing. And when I caught the walleye I was listening to the Minnesota Twins play on the radio as well. But I don't think it is my fishing technique as much as the white Worm that is the basis of my success. I did retire the lure that caught my 2 fish however- I didn't want to lose that gem. I thought that you might enjoy seeing and hearing another "The Worm" success fishing story. It is going to be difficult for me to top these.
Thanks for making such a great lure,
Myrt Klukas - Omaha, NE
My son, Chris Borelli caught these big bass on 6-13-05. We live in Mendota IL. he was fishing at the local lake. He caught the 6.5 lb bass on a red & white worm. & the monster 8.5 lb bass on a black & white worm.
Your product has sure put the joy back into fishing for us.. Thank you!!...
Jeff Dotseth of Coralville,IA with a "Once -in-a-lifetime" fish!! Jeff caught this 51", 26" girth Muskie on an unnamed lake in the Bemidji area in July 2004. To quote Jeff "Fishing will never be the same."
Great Job Jeff!! I hear it put up quite a fight. Jeff being the true sportsman he is, carefully released the Muskie for another angler to enjoy in the future.
" Dan C , a Fellow Iowan, with a 6# + Bass caught on a 4" The Worm JR Memorial Weekend, 5/28/05. Nice Fish Dan, it goes to show anyone can catch HUGE Bass on "THE WORM'!!! Keep up the good work.