Versatile

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I’ve also found the Quiver to be quite versatile. It can be rigged on a shaky head, drop shot, power shot, Neko rig, Carolina rig, Texas rig and the list goes on. This bait has a fairly simple design that allows it to do a lot of things really well.

All of that again comes back to the quiver of the tail and that of the body of the worm itself as the bait falls and is worked through the water. With just the slightest movement of your rod tip, line or even just the water, the entire worm undulates and seems to entice a lot of bites. Even on tougher days, it seems like it doesn’t have “too” much action to scare off those finicky post-frontal bass. It attracts attention in dirtier water but it’s also subtle enough to fool ’em in clear water.