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Best Texas Rig Worm Reel

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

Daiwa Tatula SV TW103 Casting Reel

$209.99

Reported by
Blake Wenthe

South Lindstrom Lake (MN)

Blake Wenthe reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and Daiwa Tatula SV TW103 Casting Reel on South Lindstrom Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Water temps start around 76 in the early morning and creep up to the 80s by afternoon. Bass are biting on almost anything, jigs, poppers, buzzbaits, frogs, ned rigs, drop-shots, crankbaits, etc. However, the best technique was dragging a large texas-rigged worm on hard bottom areas. "

Reported by
Bass Pundit

Sullivan Lake (MN)

Bass Pundit reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and Daiwa Tatula SV TW103 Casting Reel on Sullivan Lake. Additional comments from this report: "I started out in 4’ to 6’ in an invisible reed bed because the ice ate the reed beds this year. After half an hour fishless I moved to 2’ to 3’ range still nothing. So I went shallower and found fish along the shoreline cattails, old rice, and the only remaining reeds. A Texas rigged Z-Man Turbo FattyZ in Houdini did work. Houdini IS an amazing color on Sullivan and Platte. I finished the night running NW to the river mouth where I got the 19” on the TurboFattyZ. I also got a solid 2 liber on a Craw Tube. I got 11 bass for the trip."

Reported by
Katherine Field

Banner Marsh (IL)

Katherine Field reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and Daiwa Tatula SV TW103 Casting Reel on Banner Marsh. Additional comments from this report: "Banner Marsh is a collection of old strip pits, marsh and ponds along the Illinois River. I visited here and boy does it hold some amazing bass! There is a ton of submerged vegetation with deep drop offs along the edges. Bass will hold along the edges as well as up underneath the vegetation mats. Had great success with weightless texas rigs in this area, allowing the worm to drift into the edges of the submerged vegetation along drop offs."

Shimano Curado DC Casting Reel

$269.99

Reported by
Tanner King

Skiatook Lake (OK)

Tanner King reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and Shimano Curado DC Casting Reel on Skiatook Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Majority are suspended in 10-15 ft. of water. Fished a local derby and a guy brought in a 9.5 that he caught in that depth range. "

Reported by
Handy1

Bay Springs Lake (MS)

Handy1 reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and Shimano Curado DC Casting Reel on Bay Springs Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Using Texas and Carolina rigs on weed edge lines on main lake in 20-30' of water. Was catching a few Largemouth and Spotted Bass. Fishing has picked up some over the past several weeks. Bass seem to be still scattered through out the lake."

Reported by
Colby Arnold

Sam Rayburn Reservoir (TX)

Colby Arnold reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and Shimano Curado DC Casting Reel on Sam Rayburn Reservoir. Additional comments from this report: "Slow day of fishing, but the majority of our fish came off a Texas rigging a black trick worm and flipping to the base of trees/stumps. "

Lew's Speed Spool LFS Casting Reel

$79.95

Reported by
Nate Hunhoff

Deer Lake (3) (WI)

Nate Hunhoff reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and Lew's Speed Spool LFS Casting Reel on Deer Lake (3). Additional comments from this report: "Dragging a hawg and jig on deep weedlines and around deep rock"

Reported by
Jim Hickey

Mozingo Lake (MO)

Jim Hickey reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and Lew's Speed Spool LFS Casting Reel on Mozingo Lake. Additional comments from this report: "One of my favorite types of cover/structure to target on Mozingo are the numerous historic road beds and trails flooded beneath the lake when impounded in the early 1990s. All of the roadbeds are accessible from boat and many are also accessible from the shore. Working the road bed, rocks, wood and submerged weeds on and around the beds with Texas-rigged soft stickbaits and jigs produce quality bass during the prespawn as well as throughout the open water season. Mozingo has been listed in the top 100 list of Bassmaster's top U.S. bass lakes and given the quality of the fishery it's not a surprise. With three quality launch ramps and numerous shore fishing locations, it's one of the more accessible fisheries in the area. "

Reported by
SWATCOP80

LaSalle County Nuclear Station Cooling Pond (IL)

SWATCOP80 reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and Lew's Speed Spool LFS Casting Reel on LaSalle County Nuclear Station Cooling Pond. Additional comments from this report: "Worked the rocks with a Texas rig. This set in purple or green was the best. The bass size varied from 1lb to 3lb. Crank baits seemed to produce our larger bass. "

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