Fishing a Big 10-Inch Worm for Summer Bass

Terry Brown talks about fishing a big worm in deep water for bass. The Texas-rigged worm is maybe the most popular bass fishing lure of all time because it works shallow and deep equally well for bass fishing.

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37 thoughts on “Fishing a Big 10-Inch Worm for Summer Bass

  1. just used this product today, used a pumpkin color, ,,the large mouth bass just devoured it it was no longer on the ewg hook, on the 2nd tug I set the hook it was deep in its mouth,,, gonna order some more, ,, this bass was approx 2 pounds if not 3

  2. I have used 10" to 12" worms for a long time now! My only opinion of this video was he said he was going to use a VMC straight shank Flipping hook! The one he shown after tying it was a VMC X-Wide Gap hook. The other thing is when tying the hook, never stated the size of hook, like a 4/0-5/0-6/0 size. I like using a 5/0 hook and 1/8oz – 1/4oz weights.