Roboworm Fat Straight Tail Worms
The Roboworm Fat Straight Tail Worm brings you the classic soft plastic worm shape with the clean colors and hand-poured quality you are used to getting from Roboworm - the Country's premier plastic worm company. The Fat Straight Tail worm offers a thicker head section so your hook will hold more securely when Texas-rigged and will resist tearing better when the fish are biting. Roboworm's exclusive Salt Release System comes with every Fat Worm. It gives bass a burst of salty flavor when they bite, making them hang on longer - for a better catch ratio. If you've been discouraged trying to Texas-rig the standard Roboworm Straight Tail Worm, choose your favorite color and get the job done with the Roboworm Fat Straight Tail Worm!
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Comments: I like these worms they work really well especially fishing in ultra clear water like in the Texas hill country. I've caught a ton of bass on these. The problem is they aren't very durable. Compared to the zoom finesse worm they tear up too easy. They also only come 8 to a bag compared to 20 in zoom baits.
From: Oscar: Mesquite, TX 10/3/15
Comments: These worms have become one of my go-to baits. I have fished them Texas rigged, weightless, wacky, and shakey and they have out fished other plastics in my bag. The fat and original are both great baits. Get a pack, you won't be disappointed.
From: Dale: OH 5/14/14
Comments: These are my favorite Drop-Shot worms in the world. I use these over the regular straight-tail because they have the same action, and a more natural profile. When vertical fishing, I don't even move my rod tip. I just feather the line to get a natural "popping" motion from it. For a more aggressive approach, you can bob the rod tip about 1/2" to make the tail "swim". By the way, these aren't as fragile as people say. I've caught well over 20 fish on the same worm. If you thread the bait on a #2 Drop-Shot hook instead of nose-hooking it, the durability will go through the roof. The best color will change by the hour, but my favorites are Aaron's Magic, Red Crawler, Bold Bluegill, Sxy Shad, and Prism Shad. Some of the natural colors like Aaron's Magic and Red Crawler don't show up well on beds, so when I sight fish, I stick with Bold Bluegill and Sxy Shad. Keep in mind though, once you open a pack, they might dry out, so keep zip-lock bags handy.
Comments: Great dropshot worm. It seems that the old ones were better though, they had better action and the floated. The new formula this past couple of years now sinks.
From: Paul: Chula Vista, CA
Comments: My #1 dropshot bait brand as well as shakyhead..soft soft plastic that holds up really well.. my grandfather sent me out alot of bass fishing plastics and robos were in there.. still the awesome soft plastic that was used 20+ years ago..
From: Russell: Acworth, GA
Comments: great shaky head worm. works just as good as the zoom trick worm. i like it because it is a little shorter but still has a lot of wiggle
From: Tyler: Cincinnati
Comments: when fishing is tough and you need your limit, go to Robo!!! No picture can do the colors in these worms justice.
From: Andy: Fremont, IN
Comments: The bold bluegill (my favorite color) in the fat version is not the same color as the skinny straigth. The brown on the top brown color is not translucent but solid. And, the warmouth had more white than the picture showed. Still my favorite worm brand.
From: Pao: Fresno, CA
Comments: Best Shakey Head Worm on the planet-