Best Texas Rig Worm Rod
Omnia collects thousands of detailed fishing reports from anglers across the country to power our local recommendations. Here are the top Rods recommendations for using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.
St. Croix Premier Spinning Rods
$150.00 – $170.00
Lake Waubesa (WI)
Robert Whetstone reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and St. Croix Premier Spinning Rods on Lake Waubesa. Additional comments from this report: "Tried fishing open water and near shore with a chatterbait. Decided to throw under docks. It took a while, then I went to one I've had success under in past years. Baam! Two quick bass before lines out for a 2nd place finish."
St. Croix Mojo Bass Spinning Rods
Lake Virginia (MN)
supfishingmn reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and St. Croix Mojo Bass Spinning Rods on Lake Virginia. Additional comments from this report: "Was getting some pretty non-committal bites on the swim jig. After trying different colors and retrieves switched over to a weighted screw lock hook with a swim'n dinger and improved hook ups with the finesse approach. Worked the southern half of the lake but would have paddled across to the northern half had I known it was going to be sunny as it is much shallower. Overall, put up fine numbers but couldn't get on the big bite. I would switch up techniques, maybe throw something with an underspin next time out. "
South Holston Lake (TN, VA)
STEVE OUELLETTE reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and St. Croix Mojo Bass Spinning Rods on South Holston Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Fish were in all phases of the spawn. Was able to catch a few pitching the small worm shallow around laydowns and rock on the bank for smallmouth on beds. In the afternoon caught a few non keeper Largemouth making long casts to mud lines with the S-waiver and Magdraft. had several Largemouth follow the S-waiver back to the boat and they were in the 2 to 4 lbs range."
Mauch Chunk Lake (PA)
Jacob Stem reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and St. Croix Mojo Bass Spinning Rods on Mauch Chunk Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Saturday evening I fished the lake for the PA Kayak SlayNation Tournament series event 3pm-10pm. I caught over 15 fish between bass and pickerel. The whole lake opposite end of dam is covered in grass on the bottom. I just drifted around casting randomly in 8-10 foot of water finding fish hidden in the grass bottom. I caught about 5 fish on the net rig and the rest on a Rabid Baits shaker worm in st Lawrence color. Awesome night of fishing I got second place as well as winning a side pot for biggest pickerel 18.50""
St. Croix Mojo Bass Casting Rods
$150.00 – $160.00
Mozingo Lake (MO)
Jim Hickey reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and St. Croix Mojo Bass Casting Rods 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. "
Pike Lake (MI)
Dan Clark reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and St. Croix Mojo Bass Casting Rods on Pike Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Throwing around texas-rigged Ocho on a 1/4oz flipping weight in about 4 foot of water. Snapped him thru some weeds and killed it. A couple future 5-pounders nailed it on the fall. "
Holt Lake (AL)
Omnia Fishing reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and St. Croix Mojo Bass Casting Rods on Holt Lake. Additional comments from this report: "During the spawn you can back off the bank a little bit to focus in on the fish that are coming and going from the shallow areas. Bass will use the creek channel beds as highways. A weighted Texas Rig worm is a great option for catching the deeper fish. "
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Jim Hickey reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Texas Rigs (Worming) technique and St. Croix Premier Spinning Rods on Hermit Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Fishing several areas in the lower lake by skipping the 5" senko in the open water pockets between surface vegetation and overhanging brush along bank. Senko was Texas-rigged with 3/0 EWG hook. Six bass, two pickerel and a bluegill were landed."