Berkley 10-inch Power Worm by: Walker Smith



It seems as if big worms have taken a backseat in today’s bass fishing culture. With the introduction of newer and “sexier” creature and craw baits that look more like spaceships than bass forage, many of us tend to overlook the sheer effectiveness of the big worm.

I’ve been using the Berkley 10-inch Power Worm a lot this year both at home and abroad. I’ve caught bass with it on big fisheries, little ponds and even one of the most famed bass fisheries on the planet in Lake El Salto. After putting it through the wringer and having constant success with it, it’s quickly becoming a staple in my bass fishing arsenal.

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