Gummy Worms

Started by Boatman1202, September 21, 2022, 12:36:59 PM

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Boatman1202

Has anyone used gummy worms for bass fishing.I used the regular ones,not the sour ones for fishing large mouth bass and caught a few on them. I also tried them on trout  and only caught one.5003_GummyWorms_pile-N-0ESyqg-zoom.jpg

Squidder Bidder

I've only ever seen Swedish Fish take them.  ^-^

Wompus Cat

Never tried Gummie Worms but have had poor results using Gummie Bears and those little peaunut thingies they have at Easter.
One good thing about using candy for bait is you always have a Nice Snack with you . Powdered Cherry Jellow on Chicken Liver overnight gets Mr. Whiskers in my neck of the woods. 
If a Grass Hopper Carried a Shotgun then the Birds wouldn't MESS with Him

philaroman

#3

why would you want diabetic Bass/Trout...  less fight & worse nutrition  :D

take those gummies somewhere w/ BOTH, Common & Grass Carp (White Amur) -- that'll test your Bass tackle

Shellbelly

Quote from: Wompus Cat on September 21, 2022, 04:55:31 PMPowdered Cherry Jellow on Chicken Liver overnight gets Mr. Whiskers in my neck of the woods.

C'mon, now!  If you haven't tried the pig brains mixed with shredded cattail (the plant), you should try it.  It comes in a mason jar and usually sits next to the quail eggs.  Actually, give it to your "best" friend to try first....cause it stanks real bad.  It's real.  I bought a jar in Granger and left it at the bottom of Granger lake.

Never tried gummy-anything-candy as bait.  Carp ought to like it and that would be fun.

Wompus Cat

Quote from: Shellbelly on September 21, 2022, 05:42:15 PM
Quote from: Wompus Cat on September 21, 2022, 04:55:31 PMPowdered Cherry Jellow on Chicken Liver overnight gets Mr. Whiskers in my neck of the woods.

C'mon, now!  If you haven't tried the pig brains mixed with shredded cattail (the plant), you should try it.  It comes in a mason jar and usually sits next to the quail eggs.  Actually, give it to your "best" friend to try first....cause it stanks real bad.  It's real.  I bought a jar in Granger and left it at the bottom of Granger lake.

Never tried gummy-anything-candy as bait.  Carp ought to like it and that would be fun.



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If a Grass Hopper Carried a Shotgun then the Birds wouldn't MESS with Him

Squidder Bidder

Quote from: Wompus Cat on September 21, 2022, 04:55:31 PMPowdered Cherry Jellow on Chicken Liver overnight gets
Smells worse than a Menstruating Skunk with Diahrea .

Wompus here developing new Yankee Candle flavors in the comments. Make sure you patent that one before Big Candle steals your idea!

Boatman1202

Quote from: Wompus Cat on September 21, 2022, 04:55:31 PMNever tried Gummie Worms but have had poor results using Gummie Bears and those little peaunut thingies they have at Easter.
One good thing about using candy for bait is you always have a Nice Snack with you . Powdered Cherry Jellow on Chicken Liver overnight gets Mr. Whiskers in my neck of the woods. 

Just plain chicken liver and gizzards gets channel cats and even the smaller pond cats here in Pa. Even tried home made bait that you roll into balls and put on a hook.

Shellbelly

Here it is, but no longer in a mason jar....which loses my vote.

Wompus Cat

Quote from: Shellbelly on September 22, 2022, 07:42:14 PMHere it is, but no longer in a mason jar....which loses my vote.


That is Not the Guy in Stephenville BUT basic same stuff .
Ya don't want to confuse that with your Cheese Dip. .....just sayin
If a Grass Hopper Carried a Shotgun then the Birds wouldn't MESS with Him

Shellbelly

No doubt.  I bet momma don't let him in the house after a days work in that stuff.  BUT one could dip gummy worms in it...tryin to stay on topic, here.

philaroman

#11
dip-bait can be OK at 50 cents per pound, @>$5/lb -- it's DipS__t bait  :o

Shellbelly

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