4 Plastic Worm Rigs for Bass That You Should Know (infographic)

Angler holding two bass

For many anglers having a slow day out on the water, the only thing that can turn it around is a good plastic worm rig. A number of fishing rigs exist, and each one serves its own purpose for fishing highly weeded areas or deep shelves or any other underwater terrain where bass like to hang out. The action of a good plastic worm rig is incredibly enticing to bass, so rig one up in one of the following ways, and get out on the water!

Shop all fishing gear and fishing tackle at basspro.com hereHere are a few of our favorite plastic worm rigs, the fishing tackle you'll need for each rig and how to set them up. Learn how to create and use a Texas Rig, Dropshot Rig, Carolina Rig and Wacky Rig.

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At Bass Pro Shops, there is a rig for every fishing situation and skill level. You'll catch more fish when your rig and gear are matched to the presentation. Click here to find everything you'll need for rigging and successful fishing!

Plano Guide Series 2.0 Tackle Bag
Plano Guide Series 2.0 Tackle Bag

Keep your fishing arsenal organized and protected in the Plano Guide Series 2.0 Tackle Bag. The roomy main compartment provides plenty of space for utility boxes and offers easy access to your favorite tools and lures. There is a waterproof cell-phone holder and license holder keep important personal items protected.

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How to build 4 popular bass fishing rigs,the texas, carolina, dropshot, wacky