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STORM® Live Kickin' Minnow

   

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AYU

AYU

4"

7/16 oz.

1

Model:
LKM04AY

Black Silver Minnow

Black Silver Minnow

4"

7/16 oz.

1

Model:
LKM04BKS

Blue Steel Minnow

Blue Steel Minnow

4"

7/16 oz.

1

Model:
LKM04BSTM

Olive Minnow

Olive Minnow

4"

7/16 oz.

1

Model:
LKM04OLM

Pearl

Pearl

4"

7/16 oz.

1

Model:
LKM04PRL

Black Silver Minnow

Black Silver Minnow

6"

1 oz.

1

Model:
LKM06BKS

Olive Minnow

Olive Minnow

6"

1 oz.

1

Model:
LKM06OLM

Pearl

Pearl

6"

1 oz.

1

Model:
LKM06PRL

AYU

AYU

5"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
LKM05AY

Black Silver Minnow

Black Silver Minnow

5"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
LKM05BKS

Pearl

Pearl

5"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
LKM05PRL
  • Durable soft plastic body
  • Holographic Wild Eye®
  • Lifelike 3D lamination
  • Segmented body
  • Kickin’ tail
  • Premium VMC® black nickel treble hook

The holographic Wild Eye®, lifelike 3D lamination, segmented body, and kickin’ tail give this lure realism that demands immediate action from saltwater predators! STORM’s rigged soft plastics are the perfect combination of soft body and heavy-duty hardware. Durable soft plastic body is rigged with a premium VMC® black nickel treble hook.

Rated 3 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Action Bait This bait works quite well. After a cast, a simple straight and slow retrieve produces a nice wiggling movement. You can even perform some stop and go action if you wish to mix it up. March 18, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bad product At first chance of a big strike I set the treple hook hard into my catch, but in just a matter of a few seconds my line went limp. I reeled my line in and what was attached was a complete shocker. Just the head of the minnow bait with my line still tightly attached to it. This product cost me a potential trophy for biggest catch of the day. Don't bother with this product until they get it refined. May 28, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poor product Has no swimming action. Just streaks through the water like a piece of lead. May 9, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Lure..... This bait is great.In my local pond i fished yesterday in i cought several bass on it.It has a decant disine to it and..."wouldent say the best" has OK swimming action to it. But if your looking for a great soft swimbait like this one i would prefer the "bass pro shops lazer eye shad in my opinion.but over all great bait. All i even got a snapping turtle to eat it!!! lol May 8, 2011
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goin fishing with my bud Peter and goin to a spot where I know there are pike
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It don't believe it would be good for pike because it is a salt-water lure, not freshwater.
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yes this would be a good bait. Pike are a predatory fish they are baracuda only in fresh water the only thing is to present it right if presented right he well go for it try to make it look like a ingured fish they mostly go ingered fish. This luer well esipicaly work if ther are rambow trout in the lake/ resavoir.
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yeah but its small so the size might limit you
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what color is best

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It all depends where and when your fishing. If your fishing at night and or when the water is murky use a colorful one. If it's day and or the water is clear you can use whichever you want.
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silver mullet and glow and the chartreuse tail
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mostly all of them work depending on wht are the schooling fish are and what the fish want to eat
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depends on if there are clouds out or it bright if its cloudy i would use natural colors
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this lure would work for bass. bass go after fry (baby fish) and this lure beaing its size lookd like fry and bass are predatory fish they well eat any fish even their own as long as it can fit in their mouth.Tip make the fish look ingured all predatory fish well go after a week ingured fish and use less energy than chasing a healthy fish oh and bass are real territoral fish if you get it in its territory it well attack it like no tomarrow good fishing
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yes ive caught my personal record on this
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no because it rolls to either side if it isnt reeled in at the right speed and if it is reeled in at the right speed it doesnt have really any action.
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yes it does ive already cought several
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i caught a fue with the shad one i havent tried the minnoe one but my friend mike says it works pretty good he got a fue small mouth bass
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