Bass Pro Shops® Stik-O™ Worm - 7-1/8"
- Casts like a rock
- Great on suspended and bedding bass
- Easy to rig
- Loaded with salt and infused with 8up scent
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by RMasters always effective The Stik-o worm from Bass Pro Shops is a plastic bait that is exceptionally versatile and effective for fishing the northeast in spring, summer and fall. Whether Texas rigged, whackie rigged, Carolina rigged, or used with a small jig head and fished slowly across the bottom the Stik-o always performs. The size 71/8 inch is most productive when cut in half, Texas rigged with no weight, and fished on top of lily pads. This method is similiar to frog fishing except the half Stik-o has a much higher hooking ratio. Also if you run the hook offset from the center of the half Stik-o you can get an occasional pop and then let it sink between the lily pads triggering a strike. Finally, Stik-os are available in a very large range of colors and have the lowest unit cost of similar plastic baits. If you are going to fish only one lure, make it a Stik-o. It also works in saltwater for stiped bass. April 9, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by JRH1 great bait excellent bait for large bass fish it texas rigged,or weightless wacky. February 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by snuke1e great bait Like the large profile works great. Fishes as well as the high dollar senkos. January 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by DeltaDave Big Bait Big Fish I have fished with senkos alot. But found these baits to be just as good and just as reliable for big fish. First time out with recent purchase resulted in 7 lb largemouth with these 71/8" stik o Worm. These really work. Will continue to buy less expensive than senkos but work just as good. Rigged wacky and did not need any weight added to worm. November 21, 2012
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Details:Just wondering if anybody has tried these on a shaky head or other stand-up jig? Does it work or is the Stik-O too heavy? I'm going to try it anyway...just wondering if there's been any success with that technique. Just looking for ideas.
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A:Thanks, semipro. I used it on a Pumpkin Ed stand up jig (5/0 hook) to imitate a snake eating something on the bottom. No takers...just trying to show Mrs Bass somethin' different. It's a very big worm--I'll just crash it thru the junk when the weather warms up. Thanks again.
A:Smaller Baits tend to get more fish. Not always the size you want. You can use them year round
A:The great thing about the Stik-O/Senko style baits is that they can be fished year round with a good amount of success given different presentation styles and colors to match the forage at your local body of water. Because this bait can be fished in so many ways, it may be best to take a more comprehensive approach on how and when to use it. The most popular styles of throwing the bait are using it in a weightless Texas rig or in a wacky rig. Some anglers also use the smaller versions in drop shotting techniques because of the worms pulsating movements. You may want to check with a fishing department employee at your local Bass Pro Shops for information on what seems to be working best on your local waterways and during your current season.
Details:wondering if the 7-1/8" stik-o's are as fat and heavy as the 7" yamamoto senkos. i had previously bought the 6" stik-o's and was disappointed to find that they were the same thickness as the shorter stik-o's.
A:I found the 7 1/8" to be the same as the 7 inch senkos in shape and size.
A:The 7 1/8" Stik-O weighs on average about 7/8 oz. , are tough and evidently taste really good to bass. They retain their fish catching ability even after being reduced to 5 inches and several fish. When they get a bit torn up, I put them on jig head and keep fishing....Great bait. Buy and use a few to make the comparison.
A:Yes! I have to use a 5/0 worm hook for these. I only use a 4/0 hook for the 5" Senkos. I see no difference between the two brands. I can tell you the Bass certainly like these Stik-O's. I can now cast a good 30 feet further than my longest cast with the 5" Senkos. If I were wealthy, I would buy Bass Pro Shops out of all their 7 1/8" Stick-O's. The very first day I received these, I caught a really nice 21" Largemouth Bass from a lake that only produces 12" - 16" Bass for most fishermen.
A:Yes they are very comparable to the 7" senko's. The only difference that I have found is that they don't sink as fast at the senko.
A:I like these worms better than senkos and for about 50% less cash.
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