If you’re looking for giant worms for bass, your search might be over. I saw these worms and had to have some. Allow me to introduce you to the Pro-Z Baits 15″ Ledge Buster worm. Because of its length and girth, it should be called the anaconda. Imagine you’re fishing your favorite body of water, throwing this worm Texas rigged and you feel the tug. Just imagine…….
Pro-Z Baits Ledge Buster
When I saw these giant worms for bass online, I wanted to get my hands on a few as I was going to fish the legendary Lake Baccarac. The planets didn’t align right and they arrived at my house the day I left for Mexico. Too bad for me, it will just teach me to plan better in the future. I forgot that I ordered these worms and was excited that there was a package waiting for me when I got home from my trip.
The Pro-Z Baits Ledge Buster worm feels like a high-quality worm that will definitely catch you a lunker if you put in your time with them. Each worm is as thick as my pinkie finger. That’s a lot of plastic. My short-term goal is to dedicate some time during each fishing trip to these worms on my local waters. Keep an eye out for big fish pictures coming soon. Without a doubt, I will be taking some to Mexico for my quest to get that elusive double-digit bass that’s on my bucket list.
Do you fish big plastics? What do you use? Do you have any tips? Please leave your comments below.
Peter M says
They look nice! How much are they?
Good question, I honestly do not remember. Reach out to Pro-Z Baits as the worms are not on their website yet.
Peter, please feel free to reach out concerning Pro Z Baits. Please email me at this address
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