Luck-E-Strike Salty Elite Series - Sneaky Snake

   

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Plum

Plum

11"

10

Model:
11WCL-101-10

Watermelon Candy

Watermelon Candy

11"

10

Model:
11WCL-035-10

Fire n' Ice

Fire n' Ice

11"

10

Model:
11WCLL-437-10

Watermelon Neon

Watermelon Neon

11"

10

Model:
11WCL-044R-10

Red Silver Glitter

Red Silver Glitter

11"

10

Model:
11WCL-045-10

Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

11"

10

Model:
11WCL-172-10

Black Neon

Black Neon

11"

10

Model:
11WCL-075-10

Tequila Sunrise

Tequila Sunrise

11"

10

Model:
11WCLL-477-10

Electric Blue

Electric Blue

11"

10

Model:
11WCL-100-10
  • Super-soft plastic
  • Extra-long undulating tail
Big and bad. There isn't a monster bass out there that won't smack a snake slithering through its territory. Super-soft plastic, with an extra-long undulating tail.

Rick Clunn's choice for finesse fishing!With lifelike reformulated plastic and heavy salt injection, these naturalistic baits give big bass a reason to hit and hang on - giving you the edge, every time out!
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Big worm This worm holds up well with excellent color and action. Big bait for big fish. I like using it with the old Doug Hannon snake heads. Looks just lika a real snake coming across the water and cast well with a bait caster. June 23, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by The perfect bait I caught a 8.25 lb. bass on this worm, and would recommend it to anyone that love's to bass fish. February 18, 2007
Rated 4 out of 5 by not bad at all this bait is a pretty good bait. i use it both texas and floating styles and both produce nice fish. you dont catch as many as you would with a smaller worm but the ones you do catch are usually big ones. February 16, 2007
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what colors ( 2 ) work best / Clear & muddy water?
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 - piedmont N.C.
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When fishing in clear water, try more neutral colors (browns, greens, and black tones tend to do best). When in muddy situations use bright colors (such as chartruse, pink, or red). Also, if fishing very muddy water, you may want to consider dying the tail of the worm in a lure dye (such as the Spike It chartruse lure dye) to help in distinguishing the lure.
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I recomend a dark colour, and the tequilla sunrise
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 - Bloomington, IN
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