When you mention hand pour plastics to a bass angler, two things generally come to mind…the West Coast and finesse fishing, both of which go hand-in-hand. Anglers across the country turn to custom hand pour plastics when finesse fishing for many reasons. The downside to these baits though is that they are more expensive than your normal plastic worm and they rip very easy because they are so soft. Well now one of the largest plastic manufactures is offering a hand pour worm at an affordable price, check it out.
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