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Best Texas Rig Worm Bait

Omnia collects thousands of detailed fishing reports from anglers across the country to power our local recommendations. Here are the top Worms recommendations for using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.

Yamamoto 5" Senko Worm

$7.49

Reported by
H

Lake Phalen (MN)

H reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and Yamamoto 5" Senko Worm on Lake Phalen. Additional comments from this report: "I do a lot of shore fishing within the isles of Phalen Lake. The smaller creek has a lot of 1lb - 2lbers laying underneath the heavy vegetation. A weightless senko or dinger worm works best. I haven't had much luck fishing on the dock of Phalen Lake. I've tried senkos, dingers, dropshots, and also swimbaits without much luck of any strike during the summer months."

Reported by
Brandon Gesch

Club West Pond (MN)

Brandon Gesch reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and Yamamoto 5" Senko Worm on Club West Pond . Additional comments from this report: "Not going to win any tournaments with my bag today. 😅 Fish were just not having it. Clear skies and muddy water. Had to put in work for each bite. It was clear that finesse was the way to go today with the wacky rig producing the best. "

Reported by
Omnia Community Member

Lake Minnetonka (MN)

Omnia Community Member reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and Yamamoto 5" Senko Worm on Lake Minnetonka. Additional comments from this report: "3-4’ depth slow twitch "

Berkley PowerBait Power Worm

$2.99 – $6.99

Reported by
Cliff BUCK

Lake Independence (MN)

Cliff BUCK reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and Berkley PowerBait Power Worm on Lake Independence. Additional comments from this report: "Hitting grass/moss edges 8'-12' deep as well as holes in matted grass."

Reported by
Tanner Raschke

Ponto Lake (MN)

Tanner Raschke reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and Berkley PowerBait Power Worm on Ponto Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Kayak fished for largemouth and found a good amount of small fish up shallow- like really small under 12". Consistent action but I had to get some bigger bites. I moved to the deepest Lilly pads and grass lines I could find and added a bullet weight and a long flourocarbon leader and instantly got bit by a solid fish and stayed on a school of cookie cutter 3lb bass on that weedline the rest of the morning. Texas rigged Berkley power worm with 20# braid. Added a small 1/8oz vmc bullet weight and 6ft seaguar AbrazX 20# flourocarbon leader. I liked the heavier leader in the Lilly pad stalks and the 1/8oz weight was just enough to get the ribbon tail to twirl on the fall. Let it hit bottom and wait for 10 seconds then a high lift off the bottom and let it fall back to bottom and repeat. Bites will most likely be in the first 3 lifts. "

Reported by
Charlie Wright

Lake Le Homme Dieu (MN)

Charlie Wright reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and Berkley PowerBait Power Worm on Lake Le Homme Dieu. Additional comments from this report: "We were targeting coon tail points and inside bends with cabbage mixed in or near by. The fish were on top of the points in the morning. In the afternoon we targeted the deeper coin tail edges. Schools of fish were on the points but we found better quality on the inside bends."

Yum Dinger Worm 5"

$3.29

Reported by
Harrison.Dau

Lake Minnetonka (MN)

Harrison.Dau reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and Yum Dinger Worm 5" on Lake Minnetonka. Additional comments from this report: "The bass where sitting in the weeds and right on the edge of the weeds in 8-12 feet of water. I would cast into the weeds and let it sit for 10-20 seconds before starting to slowly drag the worm back to the boat. The fish would either hit it very hard or it would feel like a dead weight."

Reported by
Sean Richard

Schutz Lake (MN)

Sean Richard reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and Yum Dinger Worm 5" on Schutz Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Small but mighty! Describes the catch and co-angler."

Reported by
Michael Riesgraf

Whaletail Lake (MN)

Michael Riesgraf reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and Yum Dinger Worm 5" on Whaletail Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Water temps are heating up. Covering water along the shore lines in 5-6 feet of water produced the most bites using a weightless Texas Rig."

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