STORM ThunderStick Madflash Deep
So i'm a firm believer in rapala x-raps but i'm open minded and like to try new lures to see if they can compare. i picked up a bunch of these lures to try out. i went to my favorite pike and as soon as i started using these i started catching pike. i think i even out fished my buddy with the x-raps, it was really close. i got 57 pike over the weekend and these cranks really took the abuse well. only the odd scratch on it minus all the red paint gone off the hooks. the only down side to these crankbaits are when casted with a spinning rod the front hook likes to get hooked on the lip of the bait. i recommend using them with a baitcaster to avoid this from happening.
August 8, 2009
oldie but goodie
i've always cought nice fish with this one esp. in the summertime when the walleye are deep. i fish some super hot spots in my lake (bull shoals) but there's a lot of nasty bottom structure so i get hung-up and lose my lure. my point is it doesn't feel as bad losing a $5.50 lure that usually works just as well as the more costly ones. i always have a few on hand and am never let down! although some need to be tuned right out of the box...no biggie!
January 27, 2013
I have the old thunderstick and it is a proven killer. The new thundersticks which I purchased are just as good except the hooks may need upgrading with the snakeheads that I am aiming for. So far, missed all 3 great strikes but definitely an attractants for the snakeheads - the madflash is causing them grief :)
January 7, 2010
I love the new thundersticks. I received one as a gift and used it one time and went to the store to buy more. Fish love them and I like the hooks, they hold on to anything that bites.
January 29, 2010