Roboworm Straight Tail Worms
The Roboworm Straight Tail Worms have become a staple for finesse fishing, harkening back to the days of the 'hand poured' finesse worms so popular on the West Coast more than a decade ago. The Straight Tail Worms are surprisingly effective, especially during the warmer months when fish pressure and boat traffic are at their peak. Roboworm uses state-of-the-art robotic technology (hence the name Robo-worm) to create consistent, well-defined colors every time. It also allows them to create unique color combinations, usually only found in 'hand poured' worms. The super soft plastic Strait Tail Worms end up having a very sensitive, alluring action complete with a Salt Release System that provides a burst of salt when a fish bites ' causing them to hold on longer for solid hooksets.
The 4.5" and 6" Straight Tail Worms are great for dropshotting and any finesse technique you care to try. For a larger presentation try Texas-rigging the beefy 7" Worm. No matter what your favorite worm technique is or where you fish, there's a Roboworm Straight Tail Worm that will put fish in your boat when it counts.
(7" worms have "rib lines")
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Comments: When it comes to a drop-shot bait this worm is still the king. I've become a huge fan of this technique & have spent literally hundreds of dollars on all the "best" drop-shot baits out there & this is still #1. You simply can't beat the way this worm floats up & shimmy's in the water with the slightest twitch. Absolutely deady! Plenty of colors to choose from. True, they're not the most durable but the same plastic formulation that makes them delicate is what also makes them the best.
From: Hydrilla Gorilla: Lake Seminole, GA 8/31/16
Comments: The owner 3/16th shakey head & prism 4-1/2" shad is all you need for clear water smallies i wacked them today on this setup time to order more bags of only one color the shad spawn is on and this is only one you need period!
From: Tommy: USA 5/8/16
Comments: This straight up catches fish. I throw Green Weenie or any Oxblood color in 4.5" & wacky rig it & the fish can't stand it. They basically bite it as it hits the water. Definitely my favorite plastic.
From: PJ: Chicago, IL 10/5/15
Comments: I fish highly pressured lakes, and the Roboworm catches fish other anglers wish they could. It is the deadliest in 6" on a dropshot. The best 2 colors I have found have been Bold Bluegill and Morning Dawn. Definitely grab yourself a pack of these, you won't be disappointed.
From: Seth: St. Louis, MO 9/8/15
Comments: I have used several, but the straight tail roboworm on a finesse drop shot rig is simply great. It is as if the two were meant for each other. I am sure there are others, and I have had success with some of them, but this is what I use almost exclusively now excepting some experimentation with others. I need to try the longer robos on T-Rigs and other presentations to see if they have the same magic.
From: Brad: Forth Worth, TX 8/20/15
Comments: By far the number one plastic bait I've ever used. It is a little flimsy but I caught 13 bass yesterday. I use a slider jig 1/4 ounce and it works great. The color I was using was morning dawn chartreuse. Definitely will buy more.
From: Zach: Indianapolis, IN 7/12/15
Comments: Love these worms. Especially the morning dawn chartreuse color. They work amazing in low visibility water. Only downside is that they arent very durable. On a good day of fishing youll lose 2 orb3 so i definitely reccomend mend-it for puting the worms back together.
From: Jake: Grosse ile, MI 7/7/15
Comments: By far the best worms on the market, tons of action, great colors, and great taste that make the fish want to keep it in their mouths. I prefer the 4.5" for dropshot, but like the 7" for everything else that I use a worm for. You can even fish this weightless, keep your rod tip up, and as soon as it hits the water start reeling in making jerking it along the surface-finesse surface bait.
From: Levi: Temecula, CA 5/14/15
Comments: Use the FAT version for shakey heading. Awesome worms that work everywhere. Robo pretty much put all the garage handpour guys out of biz.
From: Jay6: USA 1/28/15
Comments: By far the best drop shot worm made. Catches them when nothing else will. Morning dawn, Aaron's morning dawn, and Aaron's magic are my best. Only negative is the durability isn't that great, but ill trade a worm for a good fish any day.
From: Will: AL 10/12/14
Comments: Best finesse worm out there. Easily have 15-20 different colors in my boat. Top producers for me are morning dawn with the hot tip, bold blue gill, aarons magic, mean green, salt craw, and kerrlicious. Pick some up.
From: Matt: AZ 8/7/14
Comments: There is a reason that people measure the quality of other soft plastic worms against Roboworms: because Roboworms catch fish. Though they excel on drop shot rigs, I have found that Texas rigging them on a 3/0 hook produces more quality fish. Please, if anything, buy a pack of bold bluegill. If you have the dough, also get Aaron's Pro Magic, New Ayu, Warmouth, and Margarita Mutilator. These worms are for real.
From: Matty: KY 7/20/14
Comments: Outstanding drop shot worm. They are not very durable and more expensive than other finesse worms but you can catch 2-3 fish per worm. When you do the math, each bait costs less than .25 a fish...100% worth it in my book.
From: Richard: TX 4/18/14
Comments: This is the ultimate drop shot & shakey head bait. I catch so many fish on this worm that it is unreal, most fish are in the 1-3lb range but I have caught bigger fish on this too. There are so many colors to choose from that it is easy to find the color that you are looking for. My favorite color is Aarons Magic red & blue flake. If that bite is tough I dip the end of the tail in JJ's magic and that tends to solve the problem. The only issue that I have is the durability, but who cares about durability if you are slaying the bass.
From: Brandon: MN
Comments: Do yourself a favor and pick up some Ehlers Edge colored roboworms. The color mimics a bluegill perfectly in the water. Like most people say, they tear up easily and work great on a shaky head. I would recommend carrying some worm glue to make sure the head stays on the bait keeper cause it will slide down after a fish or so. I don't mind because i keep my torn baits and use the smaller sections when fishing is tough and they want a smaller presentation. A must have for any finesse fisherman.
From: Jeremy: Dover, DE
Comments: Great worm with a shakey head..If none of the Zoom in the tackle box are producing try the bold bluegill. Only problem is they tear up easily. You will be lucky to get 2 fish out of one worm but nonetheless they are my go-to worm on Lake Lanier when the shakey head bite is on.
From: Curt: Buford, GA
Comments: Great bait for finesse fishing. It worked very well for pressed basses. I absolutlly recommend them. Aarons magic color worked very well for me.
From: Quino: Sevilla, Spain
Comments: This is one of the best baits i have found for drop shot fishing, this bait works fantastic in warm and cold water. This has become one of my favorites and a go-to bait for me i always have one tied on. I have caught so many huge fish using roboworms. The three best colors i have had success on are aarons pro magic, Pro blue blue neon bisp, and margarita mutilator.
From: Matthew: NC
Comments: You have to give up durability for action like that. The bass in my pond can't get enough of these things. You are not going to find color or action like that from any of the bigger brands. The other ones may last through more fish, well if you can catch any on them.
From: Richard: Jacksonville, FL
Comments: Great worms. Next best thing to a custom hand-pour ive used. Yeah, they tear...they are finesse worms, what do you expect. I figure one worm per fish is worth it to me. i toss the ripped ones in my bag and fix them with mend-it on a later date. Wish they had bigger worms available. Great color selection. Dropshotting Bold bluegill and blue crawl have been great producers when the bite is tough.
From: Mike: SoCal
Comments: I fish the margarita mutilator 6" at a local pond nose hooked with a circle hook, and I have to say, this bait is amazing. If there are any fish in the general vicinity of the cast, they'll hit it only a few seconds after it hits the water. My only complaint would be that it is not at all durable, but as Rusty said, if they were more durable, they probably wouldn't have the same quivering action that the fish love.
From: Nicholas: CA
Comments: get real everybody if they were made more durable you would never get the action you get the consistancy of these worms is second to none so soft and even when dead sticking them they still wiggle and quiver best worm period .
From: Rusty: MI
Comments: not a big fan of how easily they tear up or the packaging but they do catch fish no doubt. i like the 4.5 inch for a drop shot and the 6 and 7 inch on a shaky head
From: Tristan: Hoover, AL
Comments: Like everyone else says these worms are great!!! I love the amount of colors and the price is reasonable. What makes these worms perform is also its downfall; if you have a fish shake its head or jump out of the water there goes your worm. Will I still purchase, oh heck yes. To make them a bit more durable I apply a nice coat of mend it glue on the nose ; )
From: Brett: Rochester, NY
Comments: These have got to be the best drop shot bait out there. The action of these worms on a drop shot rig is outstanding! I can catch fish with these on even the hardest days. The colors are amazing and they are so soft and supple. They are priced reasonably as well, so don't hesitate to buy a bunch!
From: Keegan: IA
Comments: This worm has let me catch fish where others are not. It has changed my whole technic for bass fishing. I cannot put it down, 'cause nothing else produces like it. 6" New Ayu. Going on 9 years of it.
From: Ryan: Cedar City, Utah
Comments: amazing drop shot baits. I caught a 4 pounder on this bait at kentucky lake when i was drop shottin with it. I was usind aarons magic and let me tell ya they are far better than any drop shot bait ive ever used
From: Jared: KY
Comments: Clear water, smack em!! There is one color on TW that has won me ALOTT of money. Drop-shot it, shakyhead it, reverse it, wacky-rig it. I like to drop shot it. Feel not for ticks, but for pressure as the fish swims off with the worm.
From: Aeolian: Kalamazoo
Comments: Only worm you need for a drop shot! When bites are tough try wacky rigging it instead of texas or nose hooking. It looks strange but blue crawler is my best color.
From: Will: Benton Harbor, MI
Comments: My favorite worm, hands down! I used it to put more largemouth in the boat than both of my buddies last week. Aaron's magic onsistently performs well for me.
From: Steve: So Cal
Comments: Most consistent worm on the market for largies ad smallies. really made of a soft plastic which allows fish to inhale them and hold on...shakey head or split shot them and you'll get bit.
From: Adam: Costa Mesa
Comments: one of my favorite worms, this worm outpeform all fineese worm, colors, salt, bounancy is perfect, i use it for shaky head, spilt shot, tx rigging i have over 50 different colors of roboworm and different sizes, cannot stop buying those worms
From: Tyler: Baltimore, MD
Comments: Great worm I use the 4.5 inch worm for drop shot and the 7 inch worm texas rigged and do great not very durable but they catch fish
From: Kodee: CA
Comments: This is the best finesse worm made. Deadly for drop shot and have also caught bass texas rigging the 4.5 inch worm. Current favorite color is red craw and red crawler.
From: Emmanuel: Tucson, AZ
Comments: Best shakey head worm i've ever used. Works on every lake i've fished. From tournaments to just fun fishing, I keep one of these worms rigged on the deck of my boat.
From: Derrick: DFW, TX