Livingston Lures Stick Master
Keep your Livingston chirping
I recently contacted Jason of Livingston Lures to ask how to tell if my lure was making sound. His reply was very helpful.
He said, "Wet your fingers and touch both HOOK HANGERS at the same time. You should hear a 'chirping' sound within seconds."
He cautioned to dry the hanger contacts after use and keep other lures from touching the Livingston so power does not drain from the battery.
Ads say the battery will last for 2 years, but that is shelf life. Use within the water is 100 to 150 hours. If the sound of your lure does not last that long, they will stand behind their product and replace it, if you keep your proof of purchase.
March 29, 2014
The difference IS clear
I have purchased several of these and let me tell you this technology is going to change the fishing industry. The action of these baits are as good as I've ever seen. Livingston offers some of the best color combinations on the market. Money Clown, Beauty Shad, and Gold DIgger are my favorite colors I have found in my lake. There really good in the spring and summer but to fish them in the winter I attach suspend dots to them to make the suspend.
January 2, 2014
This lure is very nice and works very well. All of the Livingston Lures are very well made and the technology does work. The Stick Master has some great action and has become go to lure of mine when I am looking for that vicious reaction strike. I picked one up after seeing some pros endorse them and I am happy that I did. I've obviously got some more now and my favorite pattern to use up north is the XXX Shad.
October 29, 2013
You have to depend on the hype that this gadget is actually working and supposedly attracting fish. I have not caught anything with it yet and I live on delta waterfront in CA so I fish everyday.
August 26, 2014