Berkley PowerBait Power Honey Worm
The Berkley PowerBait Power Honey Worm emulates the larva stage of an insect's life, of which many fish feed on. These baits release the secret formula PowerBait scent and flavor proven to attract trout. These worms are longer lasting and are as effective as real honey worms. Feel more bites, catch more fish! Fish hold onto PowerBait 18 times longer than ordinary plastic bait. PowerBait is 100% fortified with the most advanced scent and flavors ever developed to catch fish.
- Formulated for all panfish species
- Emulates insect larve on which many fish feed
- Great for ice fishing and open water bobber fishing
- Qty. per jar: 55
The Berkley PowerBait Power Honey Worm is made in the U.S.A.
Ratings & Reviews
These worms must have insect mixed in with the plastic!
by Ronald Bowers
These worms work great. I fish in a pond that gets tons of fishing pressure so I must downsize my bait and expectations. I tried one of these worms on a #10 hook jig and small bluegills closed in on it from all directions. I caught bluegills and a couple of rare crappie (for this pond) all afternoon.
Bream love these honey worms in our pond!
Great For trout Worms stays on hook went I cast!!!
Best for trout as many have said. I have caught 5 fish one one worm as they are durable unlike any other trout bait. They stay on the hook better than any thing I have ever used and that is good for fishing tight places
Catches trout picked off the ground!
by Trout boy
I am an avid trout fisherman and I usually use power bait and catch maybe 2 or 3 fish in a day. Well I was at my local stream and I couldn't catch a fish to save my life. Tried corn, power bait, even bread! I was about to leave and then I saw this little plastic caterpillar looking outfit on the ground. I thought I'm going to give this a try (not expecting much of nothing). And low and behold I caught a trout within seconds. I couldn't believe my eyes. I ended up catching a limit with that one little worm. By my fifth trout it was coming apart, all I did was wrap it around my hook and it still caught fish. I went home later that night and did research and it turned out to be the Berkley Honey Worm. Berkley has made me a believer!
Best I have ever used!
by Fishing freak
I am an avid trout fisherman. I went to the stream with dough bait and corn, and sat there for a good hour with no bites. I saw these "plastic largely" (what I know now to be Berkley honey worms) on the ground. I decided to use them and on my first cast I caught one. In 3 hours I had a limit of 8 trout. I won't go trout fishing without them again.