Bass Pro Shops Stik-O Worm - 4-1/4''
My number one Worm!!
I use these first and foremost when it comes to my bass fishing arsenal. Its my secret worm and it was showed to me by my father who has used it for smally's and largemouth for several years with great results. I have tremendous luck on these and just landed a 5 pounder, a 7 pound WV hawg (in my picture) and also had another 7 pounder on with this worm. Highly Recommended!! My go-to worm!
June 29, 2013
I have fished with a lot of different brands of stick baits, and most all work well. I have had my best luck with the 4 1/4 size, catching the most fish and my personal best, a 12 pounder with this size. The Sticko is my favorite, because it is inexpensive, relatively tear resistant and is available in more colors than most of the other brands. I like to rig them with a 1/0 wide gap hook, and throw them weightless for most shallow situations, wacky rigged for thick weeds, and Texas rigged for deep fishing on structure. I almost always have one tied on one of my rigs where ever I go to fish.
May 28, 2013
I use these wacky rigged for bass throughout the entire season and let me tell you they have caught their fair share of bass landed an 8 lbs bass up here in Canada on an inland lake not to mention many others being from 1-7 lbs went through over 100 in the opening week of bass season i cant keep the fish off these, for the price you can't beat them either sure like most soft plastics they don't last long but you think a bass can tell the difference between a Gary and a bass pro senko??? Answers no if i thought so i would be throwing "higher end senkos" (Truly just higher priced). I use the dark colours on bright sunny days and the brighter colours on cloudy days or evenings, wacky rig them cast them to cover and hold on tight... Quality is great depending how you rig them four stars only cause wacky rigging they tear easily otherwise awesome colour selection and an overall affordable great bait
March 16, 2013
My go-to bait
These little 4 1/4 inch Stiko's are my go-to bait. I especially like the Baby Bass color and the Red Shad. I fish from the bank at a local city lake and have caught several quality bass, two of them in the nine pound class. I fish them weightless with a 2/0 light wire Texas-rigged hook, using a light action spinning outfit with 15 # Spider wire stealth in HI-Viz yellow with a flourocarbon leader., so I can see it and the fish cannot. You can cast that a long way. I just retrieve it with a slow erratic sideways twitch in shallow water, or in deeper water, with a slow lift and pause to let it rise and drop. It is very hard to hang it up. This is a great bait!
February 27, 2013