STORM® WildEye® Live Pike
- 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
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by trapperbrandon My secret weapon These work great. I have a theory that bass hate pike and pickerel. I keep killing the large mouth with these. fished at many speeds and depths and casts like a dream. They don't last well though so order a bunch! July 4, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jerry2 Great Action The action of the tail is very good, the body doesn't move much, but I twitch it to give it action. It is catching fish very well. May 16, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Powerwagon Very life like Although I didn't catch anything on these baby pike, I do have to comment on how much these resembled the real thing. Pike are cannibalistic so they should work. Bass will eat anything, so I will be trying these again soon. You can jig with them or they cast and they follow in without spinning the line. September 14, 2010
Rated 2 out of 5 by fishermanhouser doesnt last lasts only one catch. rips too easy. doesnt swim straight for more than a couple casts. September 9, 2010
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Details: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?
A: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.
A: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.
A: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.
A: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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