Yamamoto 5 inch Kut Tail Worms
- There's a time and a place for finesse techniques, but if you want to compete day in, day out with the big boys you have to "go big or go home." The 10-inch Kut Tail gets the desired result! There's no need for extra weight in getting the worm to your desired target - this lengthy fish-catcher has enough weight to let you fire it halfway across the lake.
- When pressured bass act finicky toward your usual finesse lures, the diminutive 3 1/2 inch 7S works best for ultra finesse with bass, crappie, even trout.
- The creation of the 4 inch 7-series Kut Tail's is an interesting story. Fishing in Japan on Lake Kawaguchi in winter time, Gary Yamamoto found the bass were cold and lethargic and did not want a full tail that wiggles on their worms. So he progressively cut back the wiggling curly tail on the 6" 6-series worm until the Kut Tail
resembled what you see today. That summer, it was also discovered that the do-nothing nature of the Kut Tail worked on listless bass sweltering in the high temperatures of summer as well. It essentially became what is called a do-nothing lure, and a unique product line that is always catching something whenever bass are "doing nothing".
- Ratchet finesse up a notch! The 7L Kut Tail is not your standard 3 to 4" finesse worm. At 5", the 7L will get you a better grade of fish on dropshot, splitshot, shaking with a bead 'n bullet, or jig-worming.
- Is a 5 inch(7L) not big enough? Is the 6 1/2 inch(7X) to big? Here is the middle of the road, try this 5 3/4" long Kut Tail.
- Ready to cull those smaller bass? The 6.5" (7X) Kut Tail is a bigger bait designed for better kicker fish appeal. Fish it like a Senko. The 7X has all the great features of a Senko - same salt, same density, same formulation - and it casts well and falls like a Senko when rigged weightless. But the 7X has a unique action with its special Kut Tail.