Trigger X mustache worm

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    I’ve seen some other posts on here about the Trigger x mustache worms. Has anyone else had and good results with them? If you what was your set up?

    Profile photo of Andy FiolkaAndy Fiolka
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    I’ve used them and they perform very, very well. I used them with a Fiska, only I modified mine a bit. I cut one of the arms off, making it look similar to a Micro Nuggie.

    Profile photo of Quintin BiermannQuintin Biermann
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    VMc 1/32 oz ice jig and 1-2 of them. – QB

    Profile photo of Ben PutnamBen Putnam
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    #1372494

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    I’ve seen some other posts on here about the Trigger x mustache worms. Has anyone else had and good results with them? If you what was your set up?



    Check out the latest Episode about perch/crappie on IDO, If I remember correctly James was using the mustache worms for the slabs and he explains the setup quite well.
    You will also get amped up after watching James and Joel pull in so many fish, so now you have 2 good reasons to see the show!

    avatarzachabbott
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    Quote:

    I’ve seen some other posts on here about the Trigger x mustache worms. Has anyone else had and good results with them? If you what was your set up?



    Check out the latest Episode about perch/crappie on IDO, If I remember correctly James was using the mustache worms for the slabs and he explains the setup quite well.

    You will also get amped up after watching James and Joel pull in so many fish, so now you have 2 good reasons to see the show!


    Thanks. That is a pretty good episode. I think I’ll have to give them a try for sure!

    Profile photo of vikefanmn77vikefanmn77
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    I’ve used them and they perform very, very well. I used them with a Fiska, only I modified mine a bit. I cut one of the arms off, making it look similar to a Micro Nuggie.


    In other words…just buy some Nuggies!! Nothing else compares!!!

    Profile photo of Andy FiolkaAndy Fiolka
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    I’ve got a ton of nuggies. I just like to try different things.

    Pink nuggies will always have a special place in my heart

    Profile photo of johnnyg105johnnyg105
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    This is my new go to plastic on 1/32 jigs.

    Profile photo of Bryan MyersBryan Myers
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    The mustache worm has quickly became one of my go too plastics. I have been using them on a 1/64 oz VMC pug bug with success sight fishing blue gills, and this weekend I was using them on a 1/16 oz tumbler spoon for perch.

    Another thing I like about them is there versatility. You can use them wacky style or if you want a bit more sutle presentation you can pinch off one side.

    Profile photo of johnnyg105johnnyg105
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    The mustache worm has quickly became one of my go too plastics. I have been using them on a 1/64 oz VMC pug bug with success sight fishing blue gills, and this weekend I was using them on a 1/16 oz tumbler spoon for perch.


    How are you rigging them on the spoon and how many? Thanks.

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