How To Fish BIG Worms For Summer Bass

Summer has arrived and the fish are moving offshore so get ready! Its time to dust off those BIG worms and head out to the breaks and ledges! In Today's video Tim explains the advantages of different worms, colors, and rigging methods. 

Whether you are fishing for number or BIG bass, the Texas rigged worm or Carolina rigged worm is a great choice throughout the Summer months. These simple rigs produce both quantity AND quality consistently. If your goal is just to catch fish, you don't even need dedicated gear for this technique. 

Below is a break down of Tim's favorite BIG worms and the gear he uses to fish them. Good luck on the water!

Uptons Straight Tail Worm 13" -
Upton's UC Worm 10" -
Strike King Bullworm 8" -
Strike King Bullworm 10" -
Mann's Jelly Worm -
Berkley Power Worms 10" -
Zoom Ol' Monster Worms 10.5" -

Carolina Rig Rod (7'5" Extra Hvy 895C JWR) -
Carolina Rig Rod (7'7" Heavy ) -
Texas Rig / Shakey Head Rod (7'1" Med Hvy) -

High End- Shimano Metanium  MGL 7:1 Ratio:
Mid Range- Curado 200K 7:1 Ratio:
Budget Friendly- Casitas 150 7:1 Ratio:

Main Line- 65 lb Power Pro MaxCuatro:
Mono Leader- 15-18 lb Maxima Ultragreen:
Fluoro Leader- 15-20 lb Sunline Sniper:

Dirty Jigs Magnum Shakey Head -
Strike King Tour Grade Mag Jig Head (7/0)  -
Tungsten Weights -
Texas Rig Hook- Owner Jungle Wide Gap:

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