Making its day view in the early 1960’s as a top performing bait for bass fishing, the soft plastic worm has changed and evolved shape and style. From thin and straight to bumpy with a curly tail. The different shapes and length will get bass curious about the bait, but its action will draw them in for a strike! Therefore, manufacturers are always coming up with a variety of tail and body designs. However most bass chasing folks will keep their tackle boxes stocked with these popular tail shapes, ribbon, paddle, curly, and straight tail.
We all know that bass love worms. However you should pick they style of worm based on fishing conditions and location for best results.