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Bill Lewis StutterStep
If you think you (and the bass) have seen it all in topwater baits, then meet the Bill Lewis® StutterStep™. This odd-looking lure has moves no one has ever seen before—3 separate all-new swimming styles, in fact. This unique bait can be worked 3 distinct ways. The bait's name comes from its tendency to cut at a sharp 90Á angle when walked, rather than veering forward. This allows you to work the bait almost in place, stuttering back and forth next to cover, a step at a time. Think you can enrage a bass with that? The StutterStep can also be raucously "wobble-waked" on the surface with a slow-to-medium, buzz-bait style retrieve; or it can be "tail-wagged" on a quicker, steady retrieve that incorporates light twitches of your rod tip. It's a rhythmic, mesmerizing whole-body lure that really brings the local bass population out for a closer look.
The StutterStep has gotten rave reviews from pros, Boyd Duckett and Mark Daniels Jr., after testing at Sam Rayburn Reservoir. Its design comes from Zimbabwe; in fact, it's used there to take tiger fish, which are like stripers on steroids fitted with a maw full of pointy teeth that are twice the size of ours. Suffice it to say, this is one tough lure; and it's all about triggering violent strikes. Bill Lewis recommends fishing with the StutterStep, at minimum, on a 7' medium-action rod with 35-65 lb. braid.
Bottom line: if you're looking to fish with a revolutionary, category-redefining topwater bait, you'll definitely want to give this unusual bait a try!
Revolutionary look and action
Does not resemble any other topwater lure
Originally developed in Africa
3 different swimming actions and retrieve styles
90Á "stutterstepping"/walk-the-dog in place
Raucously "wobble-wake" the surface/slow-to-medium retrieve
"Tail-wag" at a quicker pace with light rod twitches
Web ID: 164053
Rated 5 out of
best baiti have used this bait many times an i have got a lot of 5 and 6 lb bass large mouth so im giving it 5 stars and it dose every thing they say and i use 20 to 30lb brade and it dont tangel up on me thank you and have a god blessing day
Date published: 2019-01-29
Rated 4 out of
Socal Pat from
Interesting and funBought this on a whim just to try it out. Take your time getting to understand how it really works. Used my 5 inch on 30# braid with a loop knot. I'd put it in the category of a swim bait. You won't catch a ton of fish, but the ones you do catch are well worth it. Caught a 7 lb. Largemouth the first day and a 4 pounder the next outing. It is a big chunk of bait, but it doesn't cast very far for a full oz. Just not aerodynamic. I like it enough that I'll be ordering a 4 inch in a different color. Well worth the inexpensive price.
Date published: 2018-05-15
Rated 2 out of
Not completely impressedBought two of these lures, the smaller size, over the winter. Had high hopes because of the action it is supposed to have. This lure makes excellent sound coming through the water, BUT, the front treble is too big and constantly keeps getting caught on the line eye completely rendering the action and bait useless. 8 out of 10 casts I had this problem and will now have to buy new treble hooks for the front to alleviate this problem.
Date published: 2018-04-13
Rated 1 out of
Ugly bait awardAlthough this bait casts a long distance it consistently gets tangles in the line. I know braid has a tendancy to do that but this bait is especially bad. I would estimate it gets tangled 3-4 times out of 5 casts, which for me makes the bait worthless. I'm still not sure what the true action of this bait is supposed to look like. Add to that my fishing buddy has banned it from the boat because it is so ugly And I have to rate this bait only one star (and only because I can not rate it 0 stars. I have thrown the bait away.
Date published: 2018-01-31
Rated 4 out of
This product works!I recently used this product on a trip to the Chickahominy River in Virginia for Bass and on the Potomac River in Maryland for Stripers. The lure does what they say it will turning in tight circles, walking like a Zara Spook or darting on the retrieve, Bass up to 3 pounds , Stripers up to 15 pounds!