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NetBait T-Mac Plastic Worms

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The T-mac worm from NetBait is my go-to worm for jig head worm fishing and they catch fish on Carolina rigs, too. The scent helps attract bites and makes the fish hold on. They come in a wide variety of colors but my favorite is Bama Bug, a green pumpkin/Junebug laminate.

Pros

  • Soft Plastic Worm
  • Variety of Colors
  • Scented Worms

Cons

  • Hard to find in local stores

Description

  • Seven inch plastic worm
  • Come in any color a fisherman would want
  • Twenty worm packs are cost effective
  • The anise scent seems to make bass bite better
  • The worms are soft enough to give good action but tough enough to hold up under fishing use

Guide Review - NetBait T-Mac Plastic Worms

I started using the NetBait T-Mac worm in Bama Bug color on my jig head worm rig and it helped me win first place in both bass clubs the first year I used it, and I caught big bass for the year in one club. That was a 5.88 pound largemouth.

The worms come in a wide variety of colors and have anise sent in them. They are soft but hold up under fishing use. The worm is seven inches long but I often bite them off to make a shorter worm when conditions call for it.

The baits come in packs of 20 worms and they retail for about $3.25.

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