Berkley PowerBait Power Honey Worm

40 Reviews
Item No.: F10170


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.


1/11/2008 12:00:00 am

Works almost as good as live bait

by Fishing fool -

Works great and handier to use and store than live bait

3/19/2012 12:00:00 am

great for trout

by goldenboy34 -

Fished on a jig float fishing for steelhead works pretty good

8/5/2008 12:00:00 am

this is the best thing i have found

by james -

i uze it for trout .they love it

2/6/2010 12:00:00 am

Berkley Power Yellow Honey Worms # 1

by River Rat

I started using the yellow honey worms for trout fishing about 3 years ago. I would say that I catch 99% of my trout on them. I wouldn't go to the trout stream without them. I have limited out on days that other people don't catch any.

3/13/2010 12:00:00 am

devowered on sight


Slip about 1/3 of the worm on a jig leaving the tail to wiggle with a jerky retreeve

8/13/2011 12:00:00 am

Little Bait Big Bite

by Boston Bob -

55 baits per reusable jar. I use these with 1/32 oz jighead which are prerigged with a small plastic body. The baits are joined together in one continuos chain. If fish are biting, I break off (very easily) just one Honey Worm. If conditions are slow, I break off two still joined together. The wavy motion in the water is so irresistible, I almost want to jump in after them. I'll catch a dozen sunfish and crappie one right after another. I swim the jig. Now the bass are curious and they start to hit it. If I swim it fast, pickerel hit it. I have caught catfish and even carp with this. I store spare jigs at the bottom of the jar and they become infused with the Power Bait scent. I catch multiple fish with just one bait. Sometimes, I match the color of the jig body with one of the Honey Worm's three colors...natural(white), yellow (almost chartreuse), or red. Sometimes, I contrast the color...white jig body with red Honey Worm. They are difficult to find at retail. My local bait shop is the only place that I have ever seen them. They are often sold out completely or have only one color. I found them online and will be getting a $5 coupon for posting this review. However, I previously posted a very enthusiastic review without any compensation. Look for the line..."Bystanders can't believe that I caught such a big fish with such a small bait and hook." Oh Yeah, I customize. I combine all three colors in one jar. I carry one tiny jar with 3 colors of Honey Worms and spare jigs at the bottom.

5/9/2011 12:00:00 am

Looks like the real thing

by JP, NC -

When to Lake Glenville, NC and caught a 2+lb small mouth bass. I was using a Crappie Magnet jig and a yellow Honey Worm with ultra light gear... Can't wait to try in trout streams.

4/25/2011 12:00:00 am

No more replacing waxies after every bit

by chum bucket -

Use one on a teardrop or ant in early spring on a float!

3/1/2011 12:00:00 am

No Luck

by fish tail -

Tried using these several times jigging for perch no luck

9/28/2010 12:00:00 am

yellow honey worms the best

by local pro

i bought 6 jars 2 of each color i seen them in an infishermans icefishing magazine they where catching yellow perch on the red honey worms they were saying how great of a bait it was so i bought some i used them for trout fishing in dauphin county pennsylvania i fished them were other fishermen said they used minnows fly rods spinners red worms they claim no one could catch or even get a hit so i took the yellow honey worms size 12 eagle claw hook one small split shot i got my limit every day for to weeks were they said no one could catch a fish to me the yellow out produced the red and natural 10 to 1 at least for me it did

8/29/2010 12:00:00 am

Great for Panfish

by bwenz3d

On the hot days in Summer, These worked when even real worms wouldn't. My Uncle was fishing with live red worms, and I out fished him 2 to 1. These are a must for your panfish tackle box.

5/5/2010 12:00:00 am

Great for panfish

by shadman -

I use it under a bobber, fishing from a boat in shallow to moderat deep water. It will, most times outfish live bait, and ther is no mess or syorage problem.

3/17/2010 12:00:00 am

Great for panfish !!!

by Hack

Great for Bream & Bass in southern lakes & ponds. Have also caught crappies on it.

8/9/2008 12:00:00 am

Good Stuff

by AugDog -

I use it with magnum eggs and catch trout even in the heat of summer.

11/8/2011 12:00:00 am

Hard to find bait and a must have.

by Big Daddy -

My Dad recommended that I try this product for trout and ice fishing. I tried to find it in stores and didn't have any luck. So I found it here and thought I'd try it out. I was amazed at how well it worked. Crappie, Bluegill, Trout, and even Bass have attacked this bait like crazy. Barely 1 minute after casting into the water - fish on!! I really like using minnows for bait, but if minnows are not available, then use this bait. The only thing with this bait that was disappointing was that if a fish bites and you don't land it, chances are that the fish took the bait or damaged it so that it could not be used again. But I suppose you could say that with any bait. I am real excited about ice fishing this winter, with this bait handy, it should be a great time. I would recommend this product to anyone who likes panfishing or who have children that like to panfish. Once the jar is opened you only have a couple weeks to use it up, so get out there and use it. A definite must have for artificial bait.

5/20/2011 12:00:00 am

the best

by wolfie -

drift fishing streams if they don't hit bounce retrive.

4/24/2011 12:00:00 am

Not just for panfish

by Just Bob

I use the Honey Worms with a 1/32 ounce jighead with a tiny #8 gold hook and a tiny plastic body and tail prerigged.(I contrast the color of the Honey Worm to the prerigged jig body.) I can catch Sunfish and Crappie all day long. I use an ultralight to light rig with 6 lb. test line. I constantly astound onlookers by landing large bass with this same setup. I have astounded myself by landing pickerel, carp, and catfish. I am also constantly giving away samples of this jig and Honey Worms. Although the jigs each come in their own clear plastic tube, I store them in the Power Bait jar to infuse them with its scent. Also although I am an avid fisherman, I don't consider myself to be highly skilled. This setup is so consistently productive that I feel like I'm cheating!

3/31/2008 12:00:00 am

Awsome product.

by D.T. -

don`t want to give away all my secretes

3/24/2008 12:00:00 am

Great for ice fishing !

by Mike from north CT. -

This bait is great when ice fisng for trout.Good used on a jigging spoon or on a plain hook.It lasts a long time and is much more difficult for those thieving Rainbow Trout to steal than meal worms or salmon eggs.

6/9/2010 12:00:00 am

Love them for trout

by Gomer

I found that they work great for all kinds of trout. Worked great in slow and fast water cought lots of fish need to order more

4/25/2010 12:00:00 am

trout worms

by joBLEEZY -

great to use as combo with eggs. plenty in one container

3/21/2012 12:00:00 am

Honey Worms

by untamespirit -

Found these last year worked great just can get enough of them

7/30/2012 12:00:00 am

Wonderful in creeks

by Blkz77 -

Me and my girlfriend catch tons everytime we go out.

5/7/2012 12:00:00 am

rainbows love it

by JP -

Caught two 16" & one 8" rainbows a few weeks ago in Cherokee, NC. great bait...

3/2/2012 12:00:00 am

durable , great for trout

by Aaron -

Great on 1/64-16 ice jigs or gumballs.