More on the A.T. Worm...
Another unique feature is its head is shaped like the v-hull of a boat. That's a big benefit especially with a Carolina rig because, if you use just enough speed, the A.T.Worm will lift an inch or so and glide above the bottom, so it gains more visibility. In comparison, the average worm simply drags on the bottom behind a Carolina rig.
To give a little secret away, the "Full Wire" reinforced Bonga Minnow 125 is one of Patrick Sébile's favourite topwaters with which to target trophy fish. So if you know where a behemoth fish is hanging out, it may be time to tempt it with a big Bonga Minnow125! It may look large and hard to work, but truth is that only the smallest of rod movements are needed to activate it's side to side walking action. It really doesn't tire you like some others big topwaters, is easy to cast and its shape is easily engulfed by big fish. Although the head of a Bonga Minnow is very wide, the tail is very thin so fish get hooked securely, and few fish are lost.
Another little tip is that Bonga Minnows of all sizes are deadly for stop-and-go retrieves with pauses!