Flipping and pitching creature baits can be a great way to add pounds to your limit in a hurry. The Roboworm Pitchin' Kraw is one creature bait you want in your boat if you plan on doing some serious flipping.
The Roboworm 4.5" Curly Tail Worms are proven fish-catchers featuring consistent "hand poured" quality. Many anglers know that finding a really good hand-poured worm can be tough.
Want to give yourself a little advantage next time you're in the boat throwing worms? The Roboworm Zipper Shakin Worms combine the popular ribbed Zipper design with a thinner bodied worm made for shaking.
The Roboworm Zipper Worm is the original zipper worm that created the onslaught of imitators on the market. The prominent ribs along the length of the Roboworm Zipper Worm provides a multitude of benefits.
Roboworm provides some of the very best straight tail worms in the industry with their soft, buoyant plastic and sharp, clear, natural colors. The Roboworm FX Straight Tail Worms come in the amazing Roboworm FX Special Effects Colors, proving so effective for the pros.
The Roboworm Alive Shad is one of Roboworm's most effective finesse baits. Its "hand poured" style shad-shaped body is super sensitive and supple, creating a realistic and enticing action.
The Roboworm 6" Fat Straight Tail Worm brings you the classic soft plastic worm shape with the clean colors and hand-poured quality you are used to getting from Roboworm - the Country's premier plastic worm company.
The Roboworm 5.5" Textured Curly Tail Worm features the quality and consistency Roboworm is known for. Roboworm uses state-of-the-art robotic technology to invariably produce quality, "hand poured" style worms that are light, flexible and buoyant.
The Roboworm 3.5" Zipper Grub features Roboworm's famous Zipper Ribs and a molded-in split tail. The protruding Zipper ribs make this bait a nice, bulky mouthful for any size bass despite its short length.
Take a look at the bright, clear colors Roboworm uses to make their Kickin' Craws and imagine yourself pitching one of these babies into the dark recesses of some fish holding cover.