Below is article originally written by Phillip Scearce for RiverBassin.com
When most people think of worm-fishing they normally think of painstakingly crawling a piece of plastic along the bottom waiting for a strike. Because of this stigma as being a “slow” presentation, many river fisherman shy away from plastic worms, preferring faster power techniques. After fishing Florida’s natural lakes for the last 15 years, I’ve become somewhat proficient at fishing plastic worms…it’s THE # 1 lure in my neck of suburbia.
If I have learned one thing after years of worm fishing it’s to, “keep things simple”. I learned to keep the blinders-on when walking down the worm aisle at the local tackle shops, just sticking to the standard 8 to 10-inch curly-tail junebug worms. However, once I discovered river fishing I quickly realized that it is much more dynamic than fishing natural lakes. I had to rethink my “standard” worm presentation and adapt the technique to river fishing. So one day walking down the worm aisle the blinders came off and I found a worm that has quickly become my “go to” river fishing lure, the Zoom Bait Company’s Ultra-Vibe Speed Worm.
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Below is our color chart for all the stock Zoom Ultra Vibe Speedworms
Also, below is the stock colors for the Magnum Ultra Vibe Speedworm