In summer and early fall the only lure you need to catch bass is a soft plastic lure – a worm, a creature bait, a craw lure. Fishing soft plastics for bass is very simple way to fish but it works this time of year. To keep it fun and interesting – or to get ahead in bass fishing tournaments – its important to learn some of the different soft plastic worm rigs you can use and why you use each one out on the lake. Whether you are bank fishing, pond fishing, or out on a boat, if you want to catch bass right now these tips and techniques on soft plastic worm rigs will work!
Soft plastic worm rigs we talked about in the fishing video: Texas Rig, Carolina Rig, Drop Shot Rig, Neko Rig, Wacky Rig, Ned Rig, Tokyo Rig
Classic Ribbontail Wormbit.ly/2N5eHBM
6th Sense Peg Stoppersbit.ly/2TUKuW2
Neko Rig Weightsbit.ly/2YxgcvY
Drop Shot Hooksbit.ly/2I7EMyA
Best drop shot wormbit.ly/2I7pLvu
Best Drop Shot Weightbit.ly/2IkGRXk
Flourocarbon Fishing line for worm fishingbit.ly/2Fsx0gk
Fishing rod for Texas Rigged Worm 7′ MHbit.ly/30ihBa4
Carolina Rig Fishing Rod 7’6″ MHbit.ly/30ihBa4
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Super basic finesse wormbit.ly/2lKPcdF
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