Hands Down Pro-Worms
. Sandy does a great job and the quality control is above every other. From the time she pours, she lays them straight to cure for no less than four days. The way she packages them keeps them straight as an arrow too. Have you ever looked at worms in a package where they are not laying straight, they are messed up, or have kind of an s wave to them when you take them out of the pakage. That is usauly because they are packed to quick and soft plastic take and hold there shape. What ever shape that may be. If a hand pour has any curves or kinks in it you are going to be looking at a lot more line twist than a perfectly straight worm. Also with other brands one package may be perfect, the next may be slightly under poured so the bottom is actualy a bit cupped or shallow, not perfetly flat or even rounded a bit from over pour. Every package of Pro-Worms is exactly the same. By the way, they already have the 8" spade tail worm.