Z Man Finesse Wormz
Whether Texas-rigged on a drop shot or shakey head, the Z-Man Finesse Wormz' realistic profile and natural action are ideal for finesse presentations. Salt- impregnated for added fish attraction, the durability of their 10X tougher ElaZtech construction also means you’ll get more mileage from every bait. Particularly deadly on the Z-Man Shaky Headz, the Z-Man Finesse Wormz tails stand up off the bottom every time.
What separates Elaztech plastics from other soft plastics is their life-like action, natural buoyancy and unmatched durability. Elaztech baits not only look great, they are also up to 10X tougher than other plastics. They resist nicks, cuts and tears, and that means you're likely to catch a lot more fish on Elaztech before having to replace them.
For some On the Water Pro Tipz from Bassmaster Elite Series pro, Stephen Browning on fishing the Z-Man Finesse Wormz - click on the Product Video icon below the main image.
Do not mix Elaztech baits with standard plastic baits.
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Comments: These worms are the only "floating worms" I've found that actually float. I bought them for my shakey head, but they are so durable I couldn't get the screw lock into the head. They make a great presentation for bass feeding off the bottom or a really picky bed fish.
From: Joe: USA 3/28/16
Comments: I have these in the wodderrmelon/ red flake color and the action is amazing. But they don't catch ennything. My cousin out fished me on the delta of a river using robowermz on a shaky head rig. By the way, these DO go on screw lock heads. Just gotta put some man muscle into it. But they do float and I'm thinking about wacky rigging them weightless next spring for spawning crappie.
From: Dilly: Belletucky, OK 7/2015
Comments: These are one of my all time favorite soft plastics to use. These things are really durable, easily get 7-10 fish per worm before its worn out. You can stretch these to your full wingspan and it wont break, stretching it does seem to put more air into it if you want it to float a bit better. I simply use the 4inch Watermelon Red or Junebug texas rigged with a tiny bullet weight and twitch it on the bottom. The tail stands up and wiggles back and forth so well, fish cant resist. Caught my top 2 personal best Largemouths on it, each just shy of 6lbs. Caution, keep these with their own kind and out of the sun so they dont melt on you.
From: Abhi: NJ 2/24/15
Comments: Great worm. I was dropping it down with a shakeyhead on fish I could see on the graph, and sticking them. DONT try to screw it onto a screw-in jig head or something like a spot remover, it wont work. I get 3-10 fish out of each worm. Read the package for storage info.
From: Jay6: USA 1/20/15
Comments: I used it today and caught 3 peacock bass and one of them was my biggest yet. This is a great worm durable and good colors.
From: Kyle: IL/ singapore
Comments: They work great, and last a long time. I used one all day and it was still usable afterwards. The line on my drop shot rig even wrapped around it really tight looking like it was cutting into the bait, but I unwrapped it and it was just like it was before it happened, also On one of them that I got it said "E King 3X" so I think it is the same mold as the strike king worm, but cheaper than strike king worms.
From: Clay: IA
Comments: any way you want to fish this turkey, you can, and it will work. Shhh...fish it on a hardhead and you wont throw the shakey no mo. Catch fish RIGHT behind some jive arse turkey who is throwing the traditional shakey head. It only took once to be that JAT to figure it out, for me. I aint no sucka!
From: meatwad: telling my non boater's secrets
Comments: this lure is terrible don't catch fish. Just kiddin caught a 5 pounder PB on Junebug wacky rigged on a dropshot fishn bout 6foot of water and he just a bout snapped my line so good lure worth 4 bucks instead of strike kings 6 bucks for like 5 worms that aren't elaztech
From: Connor: AR
Comments: i got my personal best smallie around 4 lbs on this bait in green pumpkin rigged on a 1/4 oz shakey head on a windy main lake rocky point
From: Justin: Nebraska at the time
Comments: im a 5ft 5in 13 year old and i stretched this as farr as i could reach they are invinsible and great action