Top Ten Soft Plastic Worms for Largemouth Bass Fishing

Soft Plastic Worms are without doubt one of the best producers of Largemouth Bass as well as many other freshwater fish so its absolutely essential to have a good range of these freshwater fishing lures to get the most out out any fishing trip.




So what are the best soft plastic worms for largemouth bass fishing?

Will this largely depends on the particular situation as there are not only many ways to rig soft plastic lures of the worm variety but also there are a number of retrieval techniques you can use when fishing soft plastic worms.

Probably the most popular way to rig your worm is Texas Rig style, as rigging your worm this way will provide you with the most retieve options which makes this style of rigging the most versatile. If your fishing a soft plastic worm texas style and you need to add some weight to the rig its a good idea to use a wieghted offset worm hook for best results.



Of course there are certain worm baits that perform better than others when Largemouth Bass Fishing in specific conditions and locations so its always best to experiment to find what works best for you.

That said here is a list of the most versatile and productive soft plastic worm freshwater lures when largemouth bass fishing.

  1. Yamamoto Senko
  2. Zoom Finesse Worm
  3. Gene Larew Sinking Slugger
  4. Zoom Trick Worm
  5. Yamamoto Single or Double Tail Hula Grub
  6. Zoom Super Fluke
  7. Zoom Brush Hog
  8. Strike King Coffee Tube
  9. Bass Assassin Shad Assassin
  10. Berkley Power Bait Original Power Worm




Selecting worms for largemouth bass fishing.

If you havn't fished soft plastic worms, you are missing out because the fact is worms catch fish!

If your not sure what to be on the look out for when purchasing worms here is a few pointers.

Generally worms seem to work best with natural colors, shades of brown, grey, black and olive seem to work better than bright colors as bass along with many other species can often be scared off with chartreuse and pink coloured worms.

Without doubt the best soft plastic worm is the Yamamoto Senko, the combination of width profile, great colors and texture, weight, excellent natural squirming motion on retrieve as well as the impregnated salt scent make this worm a standout favourite with experienced bass fisherman and is widely accepted as the best general purpose soft plastic lure you can have.

8 Response to 'Most Favoured of Freshwater Lures - Soft Plastic Worms'

  1. Anonymous Said,
    http://freshwaterlures.blogspot.com/2009/10/best-soft-plastics-for-largemouth-bass.html?showComment=1255475486417#c3382633728329009938'> October 13, 2009 at 4:11 PM

    Love your articles, very interesting and entertaining!

    Freshwater Fishing Lures

     

  2. http://freshwaterlures.blogspot.com/2009/10/best-soft-plastics-for-largemouth-bass.html?showComment=1257619080133#c7648031930453677213'> November 7, 2009 at 10:38 AM

    Hi, I've always used crankbait to do my bass fishing, but this year I used some plastic worms a couple of times and had some great luck. Thanks for this info. I am going to try picking some of these worms up for my next trip!

    Freshwater Fishing Lures

     

  3. Fishing Mick Said,
    http://freshwaterlures.blogspot.com/2009/10/best-soft-plastics-for-largemouth-bass.html?showComment=1262000588665#c3458576882559644448'> December 28, 2009 at 3:43 AM

    I've always found worms give me the greatest success when I go fishing, this just reinforces my opinion of that. Cheers!

     

  4. http://freshwaterlures.blogspot.com/2009/10/best-soft-plastics-for-largemouth-bass.html?showComment=1276271255753#c6909773246187497388'> June 11, 2010 at 8:47 AM

    Plastic worms are great, esp if you can make them look alive and real. I recently learned about a product that helps you do just that--Recoil Rig by Secret Weapon Lures. Here's a link to their video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3G1Age6RWg.

     

  5. Groupdmt Said,
    http://freshwaterlures.blogspot.com/2009/10/best-soft-plastics-for-largemouth-bass.html?showComment=1323415209385#c1966233303783011718'> December 8, 2011 at 11:20 PM

    Very nice article! It really made me interested here. Thank you for bringing more informative post. I can't wait to read more of your blogs.
    retouche de photos

     

  6. femdom uk Said,
    http://freshwaterlures.blogspot.com/2009/10/best-soft-plastics-for-largemouth-bass.html?showComment=1329745654108#c3251321321811000620'> February 20, 2012 at 5:47 AM

    I truly liked this thing.

     

  7. webmarketing Said,
    http://freshwaterlures.blogspot.com/2009/10/best-soft-plastics-for-largemouth-bass.html?showComment=1331914631376#c948142007124183027'> March 16, 2012 at 9:17 AM

    Hi, I've always used crankbait to do my bass fishing, but this year I used some plastic worms a couple of times and had some great luck. Thanks for this info. I am going to try picking some of these worms up for my next trip!

    fin del mundo

     

  8. James Said,
    http://freshwaterlures.blogspot.com/2009/10/best-soft-plastics-for-largemouth-bass.html?showComment=1345649620741#c4756099641439401975'> August 22, 2012 at 8:33 AM

    Hi - Will you please post this Blog at The Bass Fishing Community at vorts.com? Our members will love it!
    It's easy to do - just cut and paste the link and it automatically links back to your website. You can also add Photos, Videos, Classifieds, etc. It’s free and easy…
    We are looking for contributors to share with our members. Please help.
    Email me if you need any help or would like me to do it for you.
    The Bass Fishing Community: http://www.vorts.com/bass_fishing/
    Thanks,
    James Kaufman, Editor

     

Post a Comment