Berkley Powerbait Rib Snake 8pk
The Berkley Powerbait Rib Snake may look like a standard, straight tail "do-nothing" worm, but that’s where the similarities end. On a Texas-rig, it’s unique design allows it to "fold up" and deliver more action and movement than standard worms. You can also fish it on a weightless hook and fish it like a jerk shad, and when rigged on a weighted wide gap hook, it swims like a baitfish all the way to the bottom. Its ribbed body creates a bigger profile and added surface area. This greatly increases the amount of PowerBait scent and flavor that gets into the water. One of the most versatile baits Powerbait has ever created, your imagination is the only limitation with the Berkley Powerbait Rib Snake.
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Comments: My go to bait on a shakey head. It truly seems to out perform the trick and finesse worms. Ive caught hundreds of fish on the watermelon color that seems to have been discontinued. I pair it up with a santone piglet 1/4 ounce head. Rip it through grass, drag it on the rocks, or flip it around docks it has produced fish. My go to shakey head worm.
From: Jeremy: Texas 2/12/17
Comments: Super impressed. Great bait for both shaky head and light texas rig. So far it's producing this year when conditions are tough.
From: Brian: Oak Forest, IL 3/17/16
Comments: Great Worm. This is a new go to worm for me. I went to a local lake that gets lots of pressure to try this worm. This worm outfished everything else. The bite was really slow and subtle for other worms, not this one, they held onto it. I knew when the fish bit me and I stuck all of them, they tear easily but for the price you can't beat it. Great worm, try Green Pumpkin...
From: HB: TX 3/23/14
Comments: I've used this bait all spring and summer with great results. I caught 10 LMB last Saturday on this bait , after I had caught 3 bass the friend that was with me changed over to the RIB Snake and ended the day catching 9 LMB . This is one of my favorite baits.
From: Jeff: USA Cincinnati Ohio
Comments: This bait is the deal, especially Texas-rigged with a 1/8 or 3/16 bullet weight on a 3/0 EWG hook. Pretty durable as well.
From: Todd: Buffalo, NY
Comments: Fish could not leave this thing alone on a shakyhead. Has a ton of movement for a straight worm and was pretty durable, averaged 5 fish per bait. I'm sure it will be a good finesse flipping bait when the water warms up. The head was just the right size to put on the screw lock on my shakyheads too.
From: Clayton: Gardner, KS