Your first thought might be a swimbait, but the Warmouth is designed by Elite Pro Dean Rojas to be fished in a much different style: Texas-rigged on the flat side rather than vertically. This gives it a unique profile and action on the fall that imitates a baitfish. The legs and body design allow the bait to be fished sideways without spinning on the fall, giving it a natural gliding action. Also, when worked along the bottom, the WarMouth resembles a baitfish feeding on its side with its tail kicking up, making it a killer sight-fishing bait. The subtle kicking action of the legs also makes it a great swim jig trailer. Designed to be fished with an extra wide gap worm hook, three ridges moulded into the flat side of the body let you skin hook the point to make it weedless and allows for better hook penetration.
How to Rig the Warmouth