Berkley PowerBait Floating Trout Worm
The Berkley PowerBait Floating Trout Worm harnesses the exclusive PowerBait technology that releases scent and flavor better to attract more fish. As a fish bites more, additional scent and taste is dispersed into the water. The Berkley PowerBait Floating Trout Worm features dynamic action and lifelike appearance that replicates a real worm. The fish won't know the difference!
Berkley PowerBait 3 in. Floating Trout Worm is made in the U.S.A.
Ratings & Reviews
I use the bubblegum and the natural and have good luck with rainbows and brookies. Good to have in the tacklebox if your streams allow them.
These Catch Fish Every Time
Drifting these under a float can be the key to catching rainbows and steelhead. On a recent trip to some Lake Erie tribs in early October, I tried spoons and spinners with no luck. I caught a few throwing cranks but when I started using the pink worm they started biting! Be careful though. The bite can be so soft it can feel like you've slowly hooked the bottom. A number of times I thought I had snagged a rock but those were actually fish that had taken the worm very softly.
Power worms for steelhead
Bubble gum color excellent for spring steelhead and I use float fishing with # 6 Gamakatsu Octopus Hooks.
Always carry them
Great bait in lots of productive colors.... bubble gum, natural and florescent red seems to always work. Drift off bottom with small split shot for best success.
What's more to say
by River Brown
What more can be said that the others have not stated. These worms work. I catch hundreds of trout each year, and the majority of them come on either these worms, or yellow PowerBait eggs (garlic). If you add a bit of scent, such as Pro-Cure, the catch rate increases. For native trout, I always add a scent. Stock trout will bite anything, so no scent needed. Red/natural/pumpkin/cheese on bright days, bright colors on dark days. The reason I like these worms for stockers, is that they last a few fish before being torn up. I rig these worms on a #10 EC Aberdeen, or a #12 Owner Mosquito. Keep in mind that these worms are only semi-buoyant, so a light hook is needed to keep them off of the bottom, which is why I prefer the Owner #12. I nose hook the worm with the Owner, and T-rig with the Aberdeen hooks. Leader length depends on the water column the fish are hanging in. Begin by using a 2' leader, and work up if needed. Everything you need to fish these worms can be found at FishUSA.