Reaction Innovations Flirt Worm 15pk - $4.69 to $4.89
Here it is, the long awaited finesse worm from Reaction Innovations - the Flirt. This is the worm that won the 2004 FLW Championship for Luke Clausen and has been winning money in tournaments all over the US for Reaction Innovation's pro staff. Now, this great finesse worm is available to anglers everywhere. Tackle Warehouse is the largest distributor for Reaction Innovation products online and we carry EVERY color of the Flirt worm that has been released.
The Flirt measures features a patented tail design that causes the tail of the worm to wave enticingly with even the slightest movement of the bait. The bait tapers down from a thick, meaty head that will stay securely on the hook, to a very narrow section just above the tail for maximum movement. The thick front 1/3 of the Flirt is flattened so it will glide like a hand pour and has forward facing ridges that will move a little more water to attract more attention. Use the Reaction Innovation Flirt for dropshotting, on a darter head or ball head, or with any finesse technique you like and you will have the confidence that you have the money winner tied on. Look for the Flirt in most of Reaction Innovation's great colors that you know catch fish.
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Comments: Ish Monroe told be about this worm years ago when it first came out. It catches all species equally well but is murder on spotted bass & smallmouth. Throw it when you're hurting for bites & it'll pay! Only problem is some of the best colors are tough to get at times!
From: Robin: Mobile, AL 6/15/15
Comments: i didn't think i'd ever find a worm that would get me to drop the zoom finesse and trick worm.. then i tried these guys out! WOW! best straight tail worm on the market! i dunno why i expected anything less from RI, the sweet beaver has been killer for me.
From: Patrick: Huntington State, WV 7/21/14
Comments: This is a very versatile little worm, my favorite finesse worm. Works fantastic on a mojo, split shot, or carolina rig, and is also great drop shotting. Don't overlook using it weightless either. A good choice in a tough bite.
From: Tyler: Grand Junction, CO 4/18/14
Comments: Good looking worm I have yet to test, but I will say that the Donkey Punch is much darker in real life than the picture depicted here.
From: Koc: TX
Comments: Crushed them yesterday on this worm texas rigged with a #3 gam offset worm hook and a 5/16 tungsten bullet weigh; durability is above average. With all the rave on creatures bring it back to the essentials, and take the top spot in your club, or for fun with your friends.
From: Brett: Rochester Ny
Comments: I agree with the other poster's comments about it being a great shaky head worm. For some reason the bass just seem to like it. Most likely they would bite on almost any decent worm but I like to think these have an edge on the others. I guess that's how the companies make millions of us crazy fisherman lol. good luck all.
From: Pat: San Jose, CA
Comments: the best carolina rig bait i ever have used when the bite gets tough try this bait custom june bug for me
From: Bruce: Broadway, NC
Comments: Absolutely killer shaky head worm.... get them
Comments: simply the best got 20 packs (payback color is best)
Comments: This bait is the best shaky head worm you will ever own. I used this bait in Nebraska during november and they inhaled it.Get yourself a pack you wont regret it.
From: John: CO
Comments: These are my GO TO bait when the fishing gets tough in Missouri. I especially like the watermelon/green pumpkin combo color.
From: Larry: Gladstone, MO
Comments: only finesse worm i use. dirty sanchez, infection and cali 420 are favorites. split shot, shakey, texas. another perfect bait from RI
From: Jeff: North Jersey
Comments: these r awesome the hot tamali works great on shakey head both sizes r great
Comments:The 4.95" Flirt is great on a shaky head. Almost all of the sluggish Northeastern Pennsylvania bass I've caught early this Spring have been on this worm. Spanish fly seems to be the hot color.
From:Chris: Plains, PA
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