Yum's Swurm is designed with a unique, tapered construction, and delivers a subtle gliding action that undulates and flickers with a twitch of the rod tip. Perfect for use in freshwater as a bass soft-plastic jerkbait rigged weedless, and for big bull redfish and speckled trout when rigged on a jighead under a popping cork.
Finally was able to use the Yum Swurm on my vacation to Nashville. So many lakes to go to. Excellent choice on taking the Swurm with me. Great on heavily covered areas. Looking forward to trying different colors now
I think that is what the Big Bass were saying when I threw out the new Swurm that I bought. I was impressed and had a good bass day. I will definitely be buying more.
Shhh, It's Actually a Walleye Bait
I fish 'em on weighted swim bait hooks with the eye up...long pauses on bottom with the eye staring up at cruising walleye. Walleyes over 24" just love the Swurm! Tail wags on the drop and weighted hooks keep the drop horizontal. Often works better than a leadhead with the head first drop.
I have been rigging them weightless and twitching them through the weeds, and early summer slime. Bass blow them up - little jerkbait style twitch and they look like a minnow/shad struggling right before they croak. They like to pop up to the surface too easily, so I am using a heavier straight shank hook to keep them down as much as possible without adding a weight. Only drawback on my side - why not an eye on both sides??? Texas bass are pretty aggressive and I am only getting a couple fish per bait before they tear them up - but catching fish so no complaints. Weightless through the weeds in the early morning hours has been awesome since I got these.