I'd like to talk about the 4" Ring Worm. I've been fishing the one from Zoom, only one I can get my hands on at the moment. I've been throwing it on an 1/8 oz head, sometimes open hook or rigging it as a shakey head. Either way, this worm has been surprising me a lot lately, especially swimming it close to shore at the various places I fish. I fished yesterday for a couple hours at a lake near my house, and caught 6 on the ring worm alone, a couple off the bottom, including a solid 15" crappie. The others just by swimming it. The black/blue tail, watermelon/chart tail and green pumpkin have been the best. My best bass so far off a ring worm this year was a 3 lber. Granted it's spring so the fish are up shallow and actively feeding, but these worms have been fun to fish. I recommend trying them out if you're looking for an alternative search bait to spinnerbaits, cranks, traps or spinners.