Rage Tail Anaconda Comments

The Rage Anaconda is a “Next Generation” soft plastic worm available in both 7 and 10 inch models.
The Anaconda is unlike worm ever produced and is sure to become a great lure for anglers tackle boxes. The slithering action and vibration of this bait coupled with the great color selection makes it a great choice to catch big bass.

If you would like to add your feedback and comments about the Rage Tail Anaconda, feel free to add them here.

Ellesar has submitted this comment about his experience with the Rage Tail Anaconda while fishing with his father. Thanks for the product feedback Ellesar.

I’ve really had some great success with the 10″ anaconda in the grass. It’s interesting that my dad had a hard time feeling the hit with a senko and missed a lot of fish ( I also suspect there were lots of bites he never felt). With the anaconda that’s not a problem. It has been been my experience that the fish just crush the thing. He had one that nearly pulled the pole out of his hand it hit so hard and so fast. Here is a picture of my dad’s anaconda fish caught in the past few weeks.

10 Responses to “Rage Tail Anaconda Comments”

March 25, 2009 at 4:17 pm, BigO said:

Although I have caught several of the XL size bass on the Anacondas, I can’t say that I have caught more of them on the 10″ model…..The 7″ model has actually been responsible for half of them. I have run out of the 10 inchers and the 7″ model whacks just as many….

I think it has to do with the width of the worm and the overall action which makes it look much bigger in the water than it really is.

As usual when it comes to color, different colors seem more effective in different lakes ranging from the varieties of reds to dark greens. I am liking the “Red Bug” on the red side and “Double Header” on the green side. My favorite color to date thus far is “Big Tex”.


March 25, 2009 at 4:18 pm, matstone said:

My wife has been using these new worms and does real well. The thing I noticed first, is the action as it swims through the water. It’s hard to believe a worm can actually have action from head to tail.

Great new bait, I look forward to trying these myself.


March 25, 2009 at 4:18 pm, Jarrett said:

I tried the anaconda this past saturday & all I can say is wow. the action is incrediable the bass love them. I will be buying somemore of these. I highly recomend them to all anglers novice & avid,pro. buy some!


March 25, 2009 at 4:34 pm, David Parker said:

I won a package of these last night at the local bass club meeting.Even though I have had great success using the RageTail craw on spawning fish last spring the Anaconda is really the bait I was hoping Strike King would introduce first in its RageTail lineup.I have been patiently awaiting its arrival.I have not tried it yet,but it looks extremely durable.I am going to carolina rig the big one and texas rig the small one.I wish it would come out in the same color as Berkley’s blue fleck.I hope to post soon fantastic results using it.I believe Charles Spence would be proud of the RagaTail series of baits.I will get back soon with my results.


June 04, 2009 at 10:37 am, Nitroman said:

I was given 1 Anaconda last year. I thought it had an incredible action! I had been throwing a Culprit 10-12″ worm with what I though was a good action. However when I tossed out the Rage Tail Anaconda I couldn’t beleive what a diffenrence in movement. I was catching larger fish… More numbers and thats all that matters to me. I like to catch fish and if you are like me then this is a bait for you. I now own about 30-35 packs of the 7″ and about 60 of the 10″ packs. I like to use the 7″ for river fishing around lily pads, grass mats and docks. I also like to use it on a Carolina rig. I use the 10″ worm for fishing deep ledges, drops and deep structure i also like to use it pulled across the top of grass on the hottest of days.


June 05, 2009 at 11:02 pm, NovaBasser said:

Fished the Anaconda for the first time and it is an absolute killer! 7″ Red Shad Anaconda on a keel weighted EWG hook is a unbeatable combination. Never had a worm that moved like that in the water! It actually looks as if its swimming on its own accord, very little input to make that thing move. With just a sudden reel handle turn/pause/turn pattern I was able to make it swim and dart from side to side like a fluke style soft jerk bait, and if I actually jerked it, if would turn right around and face the other direction! Let me tell you….following bass HATE THAT! I had a bass follow the Anaconda out of some grass for a couple feet on three consecutive casts and I couldn’t get him to commit, one little jerk of the rod tip and the Anaconda spun around and the following fish annihilated it! Awesome!


June 10, 2009 at 11:41 am, Shanej said:

As a fanatic of the entire Rage Tail lineup, I have found the Anaconda to be the most versatile of them all. I have had great success with the 7″ version, in quite a few different colors, on just about every rigging technique there is, including weightless, Texas rigged, keel-weighted, and Carolina rigged. When I need a fish, I can just about always count on the Anaconda to get it in the boat.


June 11, 2009 at 3:17 pm, Avalon John said:

I bought four packs of each size of Anaconda and have just started with them last night. I began with the ten incher, being a fan of that size worm. Before the thunderstorm hit and drove me off a half hour after I got to the lake, I had two bass, a three pounder and a four pounder, as well as one that came off at the shoreline that would have gone two pounds or more. This was in a spot where plastic worms had not paid off for me before. This worm is a Beast. It is something truly different from other worms, which are mostly just clones of each other. This worm is unique. I can’t wait to try them out some more.


July 21, 2009 at 2:37 pm, CWB said:

Haven’t caught anything on these yet but I think its just a matter of time and me fishing it more. Too good action not to produce. Haven’t tried the 10″ but the 7″ is killer coming through the water. I see good things for this bait ahead.


July 28, 2009 at 5:26 pm, chief7101 said:

Things are AMAZING!!! Great action. Bass cannot resist them. T-rigged, weightless, keel rigged, no matter how you rig it it catches fish. A must have for any tackle box.


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