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Offline Muskygary

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ES KUTTER WORM
« on: 11/24/22 09:26 UTC »
Anyone have experience with this bait? Thinking about buying this mold and using it on a drop shot. Need something with a lot of movement, like a leech.

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Re: ES KUTTER WORM
« Reply #1 on: 11/24/22 10:18 UTC »
I've looked at the mold but I don't use worms that much. looks like the tail might be an aggressive one.
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Re: ES KUTTER WORM
« Reply #2 on: 11/24/22 10:32 UTC »
 I have that mold and use it as a speed worm. I Texas rig it with a 1/8 weight and swim it over grass and let it fall in the holes. It's a great bait with tons of action. It has a separate tail section that I never use. For me it's just as easy to dip the tail in Bait Blast or Spike it when needed. I guess you could use it on a drop shot and don't see why it wouldn't work.

Offline Muskygary

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Re: ES KUTTER WORM
« Reply #3 on: 11/24/22 15:15 UTC »
Thanks Lamar and Tom, I'm going to try it.

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Re: ES KUTTER WORM
« Reply #4 on: 11/24/22 16:03 UTC »
 Let us know what you think.

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Re: ES KUTTER WORM
« Reply #5 on: 11/24/22 18:53 UTC »
I have it and like it.  I have used it as a speed worm, without the tail as a stick bait,  and cut off a few inches to use as a mini swim worm on a jig head.  All have been successful.   My guess is it would fish well on a DS.