BASS FAT STICK WORM
BASS FAT STICK WORM 128 mm / 5″ – a lure that allows you to catch virtually any species of predatory fish as well as large silver fish.
Primarily oriented towards bass fishing, but no fish will pass it by indifferently! It is perfect in the pursuit of record-breaking trout – as the bigger and thicker brother of the Dying Worm, it is also suitable for the sbirulino method in sea trout fishing.
PACKAGING / JAR (pcs)
SCENT / TASTE
BASS FAT STICK WORM
It has been designed with a salt base that contributes to the appetising and aroma of the krill.
The material is very soft and strong, providing a lifelike action to the lure, created for finesse presentations to fool the most difficult to catch fish.
SIZES OF HOOKS AND SUGGESTIONS FOR LOAD WEIGHT
BASS FAT STICK WORM 128 (5")
Bass, zander, perch, huchen, sea trout, salmon, brown trout, rainbow trout.
Rivers, lakes, ponds, artificial reservoirs water, canals.
Krill - recommended mainly for fishing wild fish in large rivers and fishing for predators such as perch, zander in dammed reservoirs, lakes.
A mix designed with a salt base that enhances appetisation.
We choose depending of the technique we want to present the lure with and the species of fish we want to catch. The basic tackle recommended when fishing for bass is a casting or spinning rod 210-240 cm long with a casting weight of up to 21-35 g, which will bent properly but will also be fast enough. A delicate, subtle tip with which we can finesse fish will help us to present the lure effectively and naturally underwater and provoke wary bass to attack. When fishing with soft lures and the contact of the lure with the bottom, we use reels or multipliers with a large gear ratio. This allows us to quickly reduce excess line and not miss delicate bites when presenting and guiding the line. Another important element is the main line. It is recommended to use fluorocarbon with a maximum strength of 9 kg for soft lures because of its parameters. It has much higher abrasion resistance and does not absorb water like monofilament. Another advantage is its low stretch and optical density, which makes it much harder to see under water.