Berkley Powerbait Power Worm · 7 in. · Motor Oil Red Fleck · 100 pk.
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Color: Motor Oil Red Fleck
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The Berkley Powerbait Power Worm is an artificial soft plastic bait. The classic ribbon tail design of this bait creates a lifelike swimming motion when twitched through the water. Conventional bass anglers would use this.
Key User Features
- 17 Bass-Attracting Color Combinations – This soft plastic bait comes in 17 colors that are proven to attract fish and induce strikes.
- Berkley Scent And Flavor – This soft plastic is made with Berkley scent and flavor to attract fish.
- Soft Texture – The fish will hold on to the soft but firm textured bait longer allowing for more hook ups.
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Are Berkley Power Worms good?
The Berkley Power Worms are proven fish catchers that can be fished throughout the year in a variety of presentations. The Berkley Power Worm's classic ribbon tail design has a natural swimming action when twitched or on the fall.
by Joseph Smith on July 29, 2022 · view 2 other answers
What is the difference between Berkley PowerBait and Berkley Gulp?
Powerbait is made with oil based resins. The more oil based resin added to the PVC, the softer the bait will be. Gulp is made using water based resins, thus the major difference in the two baits.
How do you rig Berkley PowerBait?
To rig a Berkley Power Bait, make it weedless, Texas style. Place the hook against the bait to get a sense for where the hook will end up. Then hook the head of the soft plastic, turn the hook and insert it into the belly with the hook point buried in the bait. To make sure you actually get the hook into the body of the lure, push the lure forward, move it up slightly, then slide it back over the hook point and pull the bait back. This will get the hook point and barb into the lure, which will keep it from sliding down the shank.
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