Bass Pro Shops® Swim Stik-O-Worm® Soft Plastic Jerkbaits
Big fish eat little fish, and our swimmer draws the predators right in! Paddle tail guarantees plenty of wiggle on the retrieve. Slit belly makes it easy to rig weedless with a wide gap hook. Heavily salted.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 20 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bassanovaa Works well Finally tried the swim stik o last month in Canada. Worked well weightless and Carolina rigged. Largemouth Bass really liked this bait. Green Pumpkin Red and Troy's Watermelon Candy were effective colors. It tears up much easier than the regular Stik O. One to two fish max on one bait. However, I will purchase more of these baits. I've never been disappointed with any BPS soft plastic baits. Great selection and great value! August 10, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by BassKnuckles 5" Swim Stiko/Shado I bought these in watermelonseed color and they catch fish. I fish them Texas style on a 3/0 round offset worm hook weightless in weeds and lily pads, or with a 1/4 oz bullet slip sinker otherwise which keeps them even keeled. July 15, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Drod1971 Excellent Softbait This softbait is a killer. All fish caught on this bait over the 12 inch range. Large Mouth latch on to it. Good Salt. Much cheaper than the Reaction Innovation skinny dipper and you get more for your money. Good Action on this bait. I was waiting for them to come up with this one. Good Job Bass Pro. May 3, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by Burton Color chart I looked, and looked, and looked some more for a color chart, so that I could make some selections. If there is one for this item, I didn't know how to get there. April 5, 2010
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A:I do not use any weight. I rig it weedless, down the front and up through the back, and fish it very slowly. I use a bit more of a pull than with the worm styles because the paddle tail vibration seems to attract strikes on the fall.
A:You can, but I like to add a nail weight on either side of the hook .
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A:This is a great lure. I use the watermelonseed color in the northeast because it imitates the baitfish here. If your in the south you could use a lighter color I would suppose.
I personally don't weight it because it's plenty heavy enough. If you do add a weight it will cast further which is good for shore fishing. The weight also steadies the lure a little allowing you to reel faster and not have the bait turn upside down.
You could also put it on a skirted jig and do well.
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