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Trigger X "Flutter Worm"

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Trigger X Flutter Worm

Lure Make & Model

Brand:
Use:
Freshwater
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MSRP ($):
3.99

Kayak bass anglers are always looking for an advantage in the sport of bass fishing. The Trigger X "Flutter Worm" brings Ultrabite Pheromone technology to the table that will cause bass to ferociously strike the bait and not let go. The slow fluttering, horizontal sinking action of this worm is perfectly suited for a wacky, dead-stick or Texas rig style fishing. Rig with minimal weight for optimum action. Attach it to your hook and let the Ultrabite Aggression Pheromones do their job!

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Trigger X Flutter Worm
Bass caught on a Trigger X Flutter Worm
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Durability 
 
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Trigger X Flutter Worm

I love "stick" type baits. All of them. I really love the actual Senko...and while it does catch fish, a bunch of fish, the durability of Gary Yamamoto's bait is shall we say "lacking." One fish, maybe two fish and the senko is in no shape to continue the battle.

The Trigger X is a lot more durable and has (for me) stood up to a max of 6 fish on one bait. I cannot ever remember a senko doing that.

The down side is that the color selection of the trigger x is not quite up there with the senko. I am sure they will add colors as they move forward. And the price is much more easy to afford.

All in all a very good stick bait to try!

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
16-30 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Price, Durability
Cons:
Color Selection
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(Updated: May 05, 2014)
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5in Flutter Worms

I've been using these flutter worms for about six months. I mostly fish them wacky rigged. They have the weight of a regular senko and I like the action they present. I tried them out one day because they were on sale at Academy and I haven't found a reason to switch back to the much more expensive senkos. I have had great success with these as well as consistent numbers. Just recently caught 8 bass in a few hours on one worm. I usually had to switch out every few fish on other plastics. They have a very strong scent. As for taste, well, I haven't tasted them yet, but the fish seem to think they're good. :) Overall, i'm really impressed with these and plan on them having a permanent spot in the tackle box.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
Used:
16-30 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Sturdy, Inexpensive, catches fish
Cons:
n/a
Trigger X Flutter Worm
Bass caught on a Trigger X Flutter Worm
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