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STORM WildEye Live Pike

   

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Pike

Pike

4"

3/16 oz.

3

Model:
WLPK04
  • $5.99

  • SKU: 1106717

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Pike

Pike

5"

7/16 oz.

3

Model:
WLPK05
  • $5.99

  • SKU: 1106718

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Pike

Pike

5-1/2"

9/16 oz.

2

Model:
WLPK06
  • $5.99

  • SKU: 1106719

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STORM®'s WildEye® Live Pike is pre-rigged with a premium VMC® needle-point hook and treble belly hook. The realistic pike color pattern and body shape makes this lure irresistible and perfect for clear-water presentations.

  • Natural color patterns
  • Holographic WildEye
  • Rigged with a VMC needle-point hook and treble belly hook
  • Lifelike swimming action
  • Holographic swimmin' flash foil
  • Strong soft body with internal lead head
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Great Lure! First cast i caught a 7 pound pike! Great lure it trolls nice it casts and retrieves nice. Its alot more durable than i thought. I have caught about a dozen pike on it so far and i can still use it. I really thought it would be shredded by now....but its not. March 11, 2008
Great Lure This lure had a great action in the water. The detail is superb and the the feel is amazing. When I first took them out of the pack I knew they were going to be good. The first day I used them the pike went crazy for them. I landed 4 very nice pike. The small mouths were also all over them. I caught 2 smallies over 2 pounds that day. The only con I found was that the soft part of the lure would tear occationally but thats just because my line would get wrapped around it once in a while. All in all, a great lure. May 4, 2006
Best Lure I Ever Used This is the best lure i ever used. I Used it at Lake Wolverine in Michigan. WOW With this lure I caught 3 bass (all where over 3lbs) and 2 pike (one Pike was 35in and the other was 28in, both weighed over 5lbs) in about 45 min- 1hour. The only bad part is after a while and a couple HUGE Hits it starts to tear and the hook on top starts to come out and ruins the way it moves. But Its worth buying another one. THANKS BASS PRO July 27, 2007
awsome lure I recently purchased these lures after i discovered the effectiveness of a soft swim bait with muskies and pike. Ive known muskies and pike will often feed on their own kind so i seached and searched for a realistic pike or muskie swim bait. As soon as i recieved this lure i knew Storm had hit the nail on the head. Within 30 minutes of fishing the 5" model i had landed two pike over 30" and a muskie over 45"!!!! Way 2 go Storm!!!!!! Great Lure!!!!! January 9, 2008
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Do you just tie on the lure and go? and does it sink? and will the lure get destroyed after a couple good hits from a big pike?
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I use a steel leader and snap it on. It does sink, and will get damaged often by pike - either bitten in half or the tail will be gone
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Yes it sinks, but it is easy to keep it shallow, by holding your rod tip up. It gets a lot of action from bass and pike.
It will get chewed up by the Pike, but I caught quite a few before having a torn tail.
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We use 6 to 9 inch steel leaders for all our fishing for musky. The bait will last and last through numerous musky strikes. The finish will become beaten after a while but that's the cost of fishing for those toothy critters. Sinks but not so fast that you can't control it. Just get it moving after the cast.
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I did not find any shy pike. They attack this lure and inhale it most of the time. That's why it's damaged frequently. Usually the whole lure was in the pike's mouth.
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They attack it often but nothing is 100%. It has an advantage of no top fin compared to perch of the same size for a fish swollowing it. I like the 6" size. I have caught northerns from 22 to 40" in the last 2 years.
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It didnt for me. I used it for hours with no luck. Threw a Creekchub and caught 4 pike in 2 hours...
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It does for pickerel I find
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