STORM's Kickin' Stick is the ultimate segmented swimbait! Effective for a wide variety of fresh and saltwater species, the Kickin' Stick's three-part, segmented body imitates struggling baitfish by producing a supernatural swim kicking action that is sure to solicit strikes from all types of brutes. Its lipless front segment is designed to retrieve at a running depth of one to two feet below the surface. Combine that with loud vibrating rattles and the Kickin' Stick Swimbait will persuade big fish to climb the water column for a strike. Kickin' Stick Swimbaits are equipped with Premium Black Nickel VMC® treble hooks for consistent hook sets.
Model KST12: 5''; 2/3 oz. Model KST16: 6''; 1-1/2 oz. Model KST20: 8''; 2-3/4 oz.
Rated 5 out of 5 by zoellner Awesome Tackle
Works great, had all kinds of luck, would recommend to anyone
July 13, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by SoonerDH Awesome Bait!
I recently received 2 of these for father's day and they have turned out to be one of the best gifts I have gotten. I recently took them out to my 3 favorite farm ponds and absolutely owned the bass that day! It is averaging about 103 in OK during June/July and it was brutally hot. The action and overall appeal of this bait however was not hindered in the least by the temps. I got bites all day long on this bad boy. I had a lot of success varying the retrieve on each cast. I recommend really mixing it up and let the fish tell you how they like it best. Although I have only been fishing once since I got them, I did not lose one fish once I got a hook in them, the big trebles were awesome and the action was unique.
July 8, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Laddy3 Double Jointed Genius
The action of this lure in the water is great. Getting strikes on many many retrievals........ Love it.....Pick a color to match your lakes typical bass dinner......
May 9, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by siritboy kickin stick
good action! wish they had a fast sinking one? paint chips easy!
March 3, 2011
Well. It's great for hammer handles in the summer and the big girls in the spring and fall aroung the weeds. Open water around weeds. It doesn't dive so you want to work it a few feet from the surface. If you're after the big ones, that means spring and fall.