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Lip Ripperz Trout Worms Review

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Lip Ripperz Trout Worms for Ultralight Fishing – Recommended for Ultralight Fishing because of Quality, Performance, and Value.

– Retail price is about $3. You may be able to get a lower price on eBay.

– Perfect for Ultralight Fishing at 2.5″ long.

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Product Specifications

These small worms are making a big impact on the ultralight trout fishing scene.  Some amazing catches have been made with the small 2 ½” worms made by Lip RipperZ.  Years of trials and tribulations, along with quite a few different anglers expertise has gone into developing these lifelike soft plastic baits.  The worms are designed to be easily split-shotted for trout, drop-shotted for bass, and jigged for panfish and crappie.  With 12 distinct colors available it is easy to match the hatch and give your favorite species exactly what they are looking for.

What I Think

These small worms may not look like it but when you put them on ultralight line with a small split shot, drop shot rig, or ultralight jighead they are absolutely deadly.  Depending on which species you are chasing after some colors may perform better than others.  Try some of the natural colors when you are fishing for bass, and the brighter attractor colors when you are chasing after trout, crappie, and other panfish.  If you want to mix up your presentation try swapping out the treble hook on a Kastmaster or other spoon and replace it with a single hook.  Attach a Lip RipperZ worm to the single hook as a trailer and then cast and retrieve the spoon as you normally would.  This presentation is perfect on days when the fish are chasing your spoon but failing to grab hold of it.  The small worm seals the deal for the predatory fish and gives them something that they can’t resist.

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