LARGEMOUTH BASS LURES
By Ken Liebeskind
If you're fishing for largemouth bass, or "Mr. Bigmouth," as one angler put it, you'd best be equipped with the ideal lure. The angler said largemouth bass lures should be chosen by the water depth you're fishing, with poppers, plugs and buzzbaits the best top water lures. Spinner baits, minnow plugs, crankbaits, spoons and streamers work well in mid water. Plastic worms and other soft bodied lures are the best deep water baits.
Another angler agrees with the formula for deep water fishing, saying, "The bass angler without a plastic worm or who doesn't know how to use it is in for a rough time.
Bass seek the comfort of cooler, deep water in late spring, summer and early fall and plastic worms are probably more effective than all other lures combined."
Fishermen know that fish love worms more than any other food
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There are lots of plastic worm largemouth bass lures to choose from, the best being worms that look and move like live worms. The Walking Worm from www.scientificfishing.com is the worm that constantly curls like a live worm thanks to the patented multi-flex construction that traps air between several tail segments. The Walking Worm continues to move in the water, unlike other worm lures that are stationery or stop moving after a short time.
The constant movement of the Walking Worm excites largemouth bass, which are always hungry for fresh food. In a test conducted by the BassMasters Club in Florida, the Walking Worm caught 100 largemouth bass in less than a day. In another Florida test, the angler using the Walking Worm caught three times as many bass as the one using live bait.
As you see, the Walking Worm beats artificial lures and live bait and is the ideal largemouth bass lure.
The Walking Worm is highly acclaimed by Lureofthday.com, bountyfishing.com and other sites. It's available in a variety of enticing colors, from chartreuse to red shad/green fleck, pumpkin seed and electric blue.