Top 5 Ways To Fish BIG Worms This Summer

Fishing BIG worms is one of the best parts of Summer bass fishing! There are so many different worms and so many ways to rig them, its difficult to know which way is best. Today's video covers the 5 most effective ways to fish big worms and includes lure recommendations to some of our favorites!

When the water gets warm its time to slow down and dredge bottom for the truly GIANT BASS. Tim loves slinging monster soft plastic worms this time of year. Depending on conditions he can be found Carolina Rigging a big curly tail worm, Wacky Rigging a giant stick bait, or shaking a big straight tail worm. How do you know which one to throw? Tim is here to explain the advantages of each.

Below is a breakdown of the baits, hooks, and equipment for fishing big worms. Tim even included some color recommendations for his favorite worms.

Shakeyhead and Drop shot Worms...

-Uptons UC Worm 10” and 13": (Margarita Red Flk, SoCal Magic)

-Strike King Bullworm 10": (Junebug, Moon Juice, Green Pumpkin)

-Mann's Jelly Worm: (Tequila Green, June Bug, grape)

Shaky Heads...

-Strike King Tour Grade Mag Jig Head 5/0 and 7/0:

-Dirty Jigs Magnum Stand Up Jig Head 5/0:

Texas Rig / Carolina Rig Worms...

-Berkley Power Worms 10 and 12": (Blue Fleck, Fire/Ice)

-Zoom Ol' Monster Worms 10.5": (Plum, June Bug)

Texas Terminal...

-Tungsten Vader Bullet Weight:

-6th sense Peg X Stoppers:

-Large Owner Centering Pins:

-Owner TwistLock Open Gap Centering Pin Hook - 6/0:

Wacky Rig Worms...

-Magnum Baits 10" Soft stick bait: (Black Blue)

-Hags Tornado 8": (Midnight Blue, Junebug)

Wacky Jighead...

- Frenzy Baits Wack-A-Sack Wacky Jig 5/16 - 4/0:

Big Worm Combo...

Rod- Gloomis GLX 894 JWR:

Reel- Shimano Bantam HG:

Line- 50 lb Power Pro Maxcuatro:

Leader- 16 lb FC100:

Budget Friendly Combo...

Rod- Shimano SLX 7'5" Heavy:

Reel- Shimano SLX 150 HG:

Line- 20 lb Assassin Fluorocarbon:

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