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7" Tickler

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Product Overview

Single Pack: 8 Ct.

An interesting nationwide survey was recently conducted by scientists at the University Of PowerTeam Lures (UPTL). During this study, one million women from all walks of life between the ages of 20 and 50 years old were approached at random locations across the country at random times and were all asked the same single question. And that question was "If you close your eyes, take a deep breath and think of the word 7" Tickler, what's the first thing that comes to mind?" The results of this study were remarkably overwhelming! Surprisingly, 94% of the subjects opened their glowing eyes, smiled and replied without hesitation, ?An incredibly awesome bass bait made by PowerTeam Lures!? I gotta tell you, we here at PTL were absolutely blown away by these tremendous results. What a landslide!!! It's pretty obvious that the power of the 7" Tickler is undeniable! We were expecting maybe 92-93% of the subjects to reply that way, but 94% is just unheard of! Man did we party that night! There was champagne, barbequed ribs and 7" Ticklers as far as the eye could see! (It took the entire staff 48 hours just to recover from that hoo-rah)

Note: Unfortunately, the other 6% of replies from our study were jaw dropping and therefore we cannot repeat their answers. But what I can tell you is, these subjects were flat out freaky and followed our surveyors around for days afterwards. Creepy!  


Bob's Tech Tip

The 7" Tickler is an incredibly versatile tool. You can fish this worm every way imaginable with amazing results. T-rig it, C-rig it, drop shot it, split shot rig it, rig it weightless or any other way you can think of. If you love worm fishing, say hello to your new best friend.            




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  • 5

    Posted by Toby Peacock on 26th Jan 2018

    These are the best drop shot worms on the market! Hands down!!!

  • 5
    Big Bass drop shot

    Posted by Toby Peacock on 20th Jun 2017

    In the last three weeks my son, my buddy, and I have caught largemouth in New Jersey 5.2, 4.10, 4.8, 4.0, and 3.8. We have caught numerous other bass in the 2.5 - 3 lb range. All have come from public, well fished lakes, using the ticklers on a drop shot. The ticklers are our go to for drop shotting.

  • 5

    Posted by Mark Cochran on 24th Apr 2017

    I've thrown a lot of plastic worms by different companies in my lifetime but nothing compares to the 7" Tickler!! I've had more strikes and caught more bass on the Ticklers than any other worm out there. The 7" Tickler IS A MUST HAVE in your tackle bag!! You will not be disappointed!

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on 2nd Feb 2017

    This bait has become one of my all time favorites to fish with. I never used the Tickler till last year and it helped me to a Win and 3 top ten finishes! You can throw it several different ways. I like throwing it wacky and weightless because of the action, but better have patients if you do lol!

  • 5
    Reel in finicky fish

    Posted by Mangler on 20th Jan 2017

    If the fish are finicky tie on a tickler and HOLD ON rather you Texas rig it or put on a shakey head this bait will work for you

  • 5

    Posted by Bobby Revalee on 30th Aug 2016

    The 7 inch tickler has great action and is very durable. I use this on a Texas rig when nothing else is working.

  • 5
    Amazing action

    Posted by Dexter on 19th Jul 2016

    I've only used these on a drop shot so far but the action is awesome! The plastic is limber and flows in the water really well yet its durable and doesn't fall apart. When reeling it in I noticed that it actually has a very nice swimming action. This is a very versatile bait. Highly recommended!

  • 4

    Posted by Unknown on 20th Jun 2016

    Good worm! Nice wiggle/shimmy on the fall. (could use a little more wiggle) Stands up well on the tungsten jig heads. Good product!

  • 5
    Bass Tickler

    Posted by Bruce Callis Jr on 20th Jun 2016

    The PTL 7" Tickler really entices some monster strikes from the bass. Swim them through the pads , T-rigged or on a Shakey Head. Just hold on to the rod tightly!!!