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10" Raptor Tail Worm


Product Description

The Xcite Baits Raptor Tail™ Worm features high floating capabilities, and a unique ribbon tail action. A small vibration ball on the end of the ribbon tail accentuates the worm's tail movement, working bass into a frenzy, and its super soft ribbed texture causes bass to bite down and hold on. Also loaded with Xcite attractant to call in fish from greater distances.  Comes 6 to a bag.

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  1. best 10 inch worm ever 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Jan 2018

    When your wanting to throw a Texas rig with a 3/8 weight this is the worm to tie on the action is awesome weather your pulling it over timber or poping through grass.

  2. raptor tail worm 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 15th Aug 2016

    One of the best floating worms out on the market.

  3. awesome bait 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Jul 2016

    I spend many hours testing different kinds of plastic baits. I found that xcite baits are a very versatile bait in water clarity. Thx I'll be ordering a few more colors to try out.

  4. One of the best ledge baits I've used Recently 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Jun 2016

    The bait has the best action for a ledge bait I've seen in a while , Leave it sit , or drag it real slow , or hop it works every way you use it ..........

  5. Great worm 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Jun 2014

    The 10 inch raptor tail worm is probably my 2nd choice for fishing ledges; I generally prefer the Maximus because of its larger profile. This bait has quickly became a staple in my arsenal though. The ball at the end of the tail causes it to catch more water while floating and give off a better action. Best tactic I have found is what we refer to as "counting rocks" you simply texas rig it and drag it extremely slow on the mussel beds and rocks. It is a deadly tactic on ledge fish.

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