- Slithering Action, new colors never seen before
- Chunky, weighty, easy to cast
- Tail seems to have buoyancy, making the worm totally new
By Forrest Fisher
Ever noticed that fish everywhere become familiar with seeing the same lure over and over? What worked last year simply is not working this year. It’s frustrating, right?
Sometimes when a new lure hits the market…CHAZAM!
Not sure, but here is one new lure that does just that, the new Tri-Alive Nightcrawler from Mister Twister.
It’s a 6 ½-inch straight tail worm with a slender profile, soft feel for that “bite me and keep me” instinct attraction, and it seems when using these new worms, the tail-end floats a bit. That adds a flavor of newness and different action. This is especially intense for “used-to-it” fish, when using a stand-up style jig head (Shakey head).
You can hook it up as a regular Texas rig, Carolina rig, wacky rig or in any manner rig you think to try.
The worm has a different descent rate and when combined with the myriad assortment of colors offered, there is fish attraction.
The worm has a slight, but not overwhelming internal glisten, and it has a gentle gliding movement during the cast and drop . True even during steady retrieve motions – like when fished with a vibrating jig head, the Z-man head or Ricky Clunn head.
All tasty options for hungry bass.
When cast to the same spot repeatedly, the worm is enough to drive bass wacky. Wacky rig, wacky bass, it all comes together. The bass are intimidated, striking the worm just because.
It comes in 15 different three-layer color combinations with unique colors to offer fish something new to see and eat.
“All the colors in the Tri-Alive Nightcrawler lineup were custom made in combinations that have yet to be offered,” said General Manager of Mister Twister, Chuck Byrd. “The color contrast is a key to more fish whether in clear water or stained water.” Adding, “What really sets this product apart from all others, besides the new color contrast is the very soft plastic formulation. “Very soft means much more action, slower fall and a more natural gliding action in the water.”
“You know it’s a great worm when you can catch a four-pound, post-spawn bass in 10 feet of water with it,” says Twister Team Member Mike Cork. “Awesome new colors!” Super soft, yet durable.
Fish the 6 ½-inch Tri-Alive Nightcrawler, testers say, “It’s exceptional even for walleye harness rigs.”
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