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Rated 5 out of 5 by 916fisher As good as Senko
Twice the amount of worms at half the price! Oily and salty as Senkos and as effective. BPS plastics are excellent!
July 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by 19valinmn61 best worm ever
sweet potato pie is the greatest color i have ever used.this color nails them all the time, they literally hammer this worm. you will not be sorry, unless you run out of these worms on your fishing trip
July 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by PaBasser Money in the bank
OMG, what a great alternative to the Senko. For my money, this is the way to go. To me, it works just as good at a much better price and a greater value. Along with that is the color selection. I've been looking for a stick bait with a chartreuse tip and what a beauty it is. You can fish it weightless and my recommendation is a Mustad Sure Lock hook. The bend is better, which allows the bait to stay on the hook. You can wacky rig it as well as Texas Rig it. My recommendation for that is an 1/8 oz, Perfect Worm Hook. This allows you to fish it in areas with a high amounts of vegetation, due to the weight attached to the hook.
July 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by TeamNewStCapt Best worms ever
you can catch multiple fish with just 1 worm good price you get a lot for your money way BETTER than GARYS
May 24, 2014
that is the same challenge I had. I used the Live Chat feature on the Bass Pro website, and worked that out. I told them item number and they came back with a description of what I was looking for. I agree that the item number should be next to the photo.
1 year ago
- New York
Top 250 Contributor
Look online, and you will see how to order the color you want.
I've used Crawberry early in the morning when the sun is just peaking over the horizon and also when there is a cloudy overcast and it works well. Later in evening darker....such as june bug or all black works well. On a clear day...stick with natural colors....like bluegill or shad. Look at the baitfish in the pond so you know what colors to mimic with your worms.
the gary yamamotos are much better in quality, weight, action and the yamamotos are the only senko so far to have a vertical fall when rigged texas, and for me catch a fish for every dollar i spend on them or more
the bass pros are cheaper but do not fall vertically when rigged texas style, i would only reccomend fishing these wacky
I prefer the action of the Stick-O rigged wacky over the Senko, because they have a quicker action. However, the opposite is true when used weightless or Texas rigged. The Stick-O is definitely more durable!
Both have the same durability problems when wacky rigged, the Stik-O is a little lighter so has a slower rate of sinking. Since trying the Stik-O it has replaced most of my others...price is the big advantage...and there are a few different color combinations offered in the Stik-O that I have found to be good.
they arent quite as "floppy" as the senko which is what i started with but after catching thousands of bass over the last three years with stik-o worms ill never go back they last through way more fish
In my opinion they have the same action and rate of descent as a gy senko.as far as durability I think the hold up much better.Save yourself some money and switch over to these I don't think you'll be disappointed.
the senko may have a little better action on the drop, but the stik-o makes up for it with more durability abd WAY better pricing. I stock up at sale time at the start of the year, and do very well on both buckets and smallies