The All New Bad Bubba Shad is Here for icast 2015!

  After many requests for a beefier version of our original AA’s Shad tail, a new paddle tail swimbait design was brought to the table. This new bulkier bait was designed with the idea of being able to rig these baits with a much larger hook shank with reduced body wear. Many saltwater anglers prefer […]

AA’s is bringing back their Slide/Swimbait Kit!

AA’s brought back their Slide/Swimbait Kit. A perfect assortment of 5″ Swimbaits paired with 2 Owner Jighead Heads. The Mix Kit is made up of 1 each of: #555 Sexy Shad, #T57 Green Back Chovy, #T69 Pelagic Purple, #T71 Baja Chovy, #T74 Jackson Trout. 1 Bullet Owner Jighead (1.5oz) & 1 Triangle Owner Swimhead (1oz). […]

Fishing Fun in a Box!

Now What? Handbook’s INSTANT FISHING KIT makes fi rst fi shing trips a breeze. Just add a rod, a body of water and an eager kid or two, and you’ve got all you need for a great day of family fun. Lures, hooks, a bobber and an informative, cleverly illustrated fi shing handbook make the […]

Recommended colors and sizes

Harbor Collection: (Spotted Bay Bass, Sand Bass, Halibut) Baits: 2-3 inch Shad Tails, 3” Single Tail Shrimp, 2 & 3” Baby Puss. Colors: Hot Belly Bass, Rainbow Trout, Clear Red, Baitfish, Ghost Shrimp, Chartreuse Gold, Hot Belly Dorado, SD Custom, Mean Dine, Casey’s Classic, and Green back Chovy   Surf Collection: Baits: 2-3” Single Tail […]

Welcome to the new home of AA Worms!! You can find anything and everything you want to know about your favorite hand-poured baits. If you see something you like, browse our dealers list and see if you can find our products near you. But if you can’t find AA products locally, then head on over […]

Rigging your AA Plastics is Critical to Success. Follow these suggestions for best results. Codes Sizes Suggested Rigs & Head Sizes Line Rating – For Mono, Braid will vary 2S 2″ Shad 1/8 to 1/4 oz round or triangle jighead 2 – 4lb 3JS 3″ Junior Shad 3/16 to 5/16 oz round or triangle jighead […]

Q: I like going out on 3/4 day trips for Calicos. I get bit a lot on the fall but I am missing a lot of those fish. Any advice? — Tom C  Long Beach, CA A: There are a few small adjustments you can make that will help you increase your hookup ratio. 1) […]