Anyone who has fished our Bass Pro Shops® Swizzle Stik will tell you: this chunky stick worm is a winner. We introduced it years ago, as a variation on our popular Stik-O® bait, and in all that time we've never seen a bad review. People are catching fish with this bait! It's an extra-plump stick worm with an oversized curl tail at one end; when visibility is a problem in the water you're fishing, the Swizzle Stik's beefy build and broad, high-action tail will stir up the bass bite like nothing else in your arsenal. Great in cover and open water alike. Infused with heavy salt and our exclusive 8up™ scent.
A variation on our ultra-popular Stik-O bait
Chunky, extra-plump stick worm
Oversized curl tail at one end
Amazing action; great for low-visibility conditions
slam dunk softbait!
I was intrigued by this bait's design and bought a bag in watermelon seed. I tried it out for the first time last night as a Hail Mary because I'd been having such rotten luck. A nice 12" smallmouth inhaled the bait a split second after it hi the water and saved my night.
There is is no wrong way to fish this bait. Weightless t-rig seems to be the way to go. You can dead-stick it like a senko, jerk and pause, slow steady retrieve, or swim it like a buzzbait. BPS has outdone themselves on this one.
September 28, 2011
I use tris lure at Aguamilpa lake in Mexico an they work great
July 9, 2011
I bought some of these a couple of years ago just to try something a little different. I really like these worms. Largemouth and Smallmouth both really go after them.
They can be used for Texas rigs, Carolina rigs, Drop shot, or punch bait applications. These are a very universal lure that can be used in wide variety of presentations. I highly recommend these baits to everyone.
April 12, 2011
Every since the Senko came onto the market, I have thrown that when I want to fish a worm. The Swizzle Stick is an enhanced Senko because of the curl tail. I used it for the first time last weekend at Toledo Bend and it produced where hardly any other bait would. If you fish plastic, the swizzle stick is a must.
March 24, 2010
Use any color...as long its the green pumpkin. Probably the others work as well, but in finess applications, that is by far the best. Works in all light and clarity situations. Also, dipping the tail in red dye is a KILLER!!!
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