Luck ''E'' Strike 36-Piece Drop Shot Kit
This Luck ''E'' Strike 36-Piece Drop Shot Kit has everything you need to finesse those under-eager bass to strike! A perfectly matched, bass-catching system, the Drop Shot Kit includes 24 Drop Shot Worms, 8 specially-designed drop-shot weights and 4 strong drop shot hooks.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by dimonsterb nice kit Nice kit for the money. Don't care to much for the red hooks but the colors are good and the worms are nice and the weights are good May 30, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Astroman Great Drop Shot Kit I have used this kit twice and both times caught fish. Had some hard fishing during a tournament and this kit caught us some keepers to weigh. October 8, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Littlepro1 nice cheap kit i like this kit...three hooks and five weights in three different sizes...the worms are great...and not to mention the RED hooks that run more expensive March 26, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by tmohr2234 Not bad for a beginner i purchased this product to help me learn how to drop shot. The worms are good. But i wish the product came with more hooks and weights. March 3, 2011
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A:probably could, they are just 4" stick worms. Almost like finness worms
A:yes both are very proven tactics, especialy the wacky rig. works almost year round.
A:Yes, those both work, but for wacky fishing I would recommend a senko-style bait. For texas rigging, perhaps some kind of curly tail worm.
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A:Absolutely, although you may not get the largest of stripers you will get plenty of action on them!
A:I would give it a try. You can get other plastics that stripers would like such as a shad design to use
A:well u can do many things. swim it over tree tops or grass with a shot tag end or do the usual let the weight stay at the bottom and shake your rod tip 3-4 inches. you can also drag and pop the system over a smoother bottom or if you have a snag proof weight..... over anything. hope this helped
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A:Generally, the sinker/weight is attached to the end of the line, and the hook is attached to the line maybe... 16-24 inches above the sinker, depending on the bottom conditions. If weeds are taller, the hook should be higher on the line. Cast the rig out and let it hit bottom. Retrieve with short-stroke jigging motion.
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