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There's nothing subtle about the way Lake Fork Tackle's Hyper Stick moves. Even the slightest rod twitch will make the Hyper Stick quiver, producing an action that no other stick bait can offer and no bass can resist hammering. Impregnated with garlic and salt, the Hyper Stick is designed with a unique three segment body and tapered tail which combine to produce an irresistible action. The Hyper Stick is very versatile as well, deadly on a Texas, drop shot or wacky rig.
Offers a tantalizing action no other stick bait can match
Slightest rod twitch will get the Hyper Stick quivering
Unique three segment body design with tapered tail
First time on the water after I received the baits I only had a short time to fish, but in the time I had I caught three nice keeper fish on the green pumpkin color. I really like the design and the action. Will probably order again.
July 31, 2012
I've only been purchasing Lkfrk products for the last two seasons, and quite pleased with there products. I recently just purchased the Hyper Stick in Junebug... Bottomline... non stop Bass.
July 12, 2012
Deadly but Fragile
Bass here in Ohio love this soft, garlic scented worm!
Large fish hit it hard and take it deep in the mouth while small bass grab it by the tail and, because of the wafer thin segments, tend to tear it in half. I'm buying more right now!
June 26, 2012
Works great, smells awful but in the end it gets the job done!
March 16, 2012
This bait is better rigged as a texas style bait. You can fish it with weight or fish with no weight. If you fish it with no weight it becomes more a jerk bait type lure. Wacky is a possibility, but you want to rig it where the worm flexes in a horizontal manner
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