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 ALfisherman big fish!
I use all the sizes of this bait, just keep in mind the 8 inch version is huge! Especially for a souther angler like me. I use the 5 and 6 inch for bass, and the 8 incher mainly for stripers. I love to reel it steady and then kill it and push my rod toward the bait to throw slack in the line, it does a complete 180 and drives fish nuts!
November 1, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by getthenet1 Not such a great action.
Its a nice lure, but it has a very, very subtle back and forth action, not such an intense wobble like some swimbaits do. I find that the swimbaits with the plastic lip on the front have a much better action than those that don't. Good price, though, espessialy compared to some swimbaits.
August 29, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by WeekendWarrior13 I cant catch fish with this lure
i bought this lure at bass pro a while ago and have fished with it every time we take the boat out. I cant seem to catch a single fish on it. its only a 10$ swimbait so its worth a try...we are going to go fishing for stripers when we have the chance, i will be trying it there..the action is good. but maybe think about a differnt swimbait!!
July 12, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by Skeester It's fair
I"ve fished a lot of different swim baits, this one I would rank fair. It does not have anywhere near the swimming action of the sebile magic swimmer so it goes to show you do get what you pay for in most cases.
June 22, 2010
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.