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    Been messing with this for quite some Time just want to know if there was any interest We can get in the following sizes 11/2" or 2"
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    Is it a worm or a bug? Too big for a wax worm I think.

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    My opinion, not really my favorite Bob. I like the Shad bait from yesterday better.

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    I believe the picture makes them bigger than they look thank you guys for your input .

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    I stumbled upon the design 2 yrs. ago and have caught everything on it wacky rigged using a 1/32 oz ballhead.


    A little under 2" allows the best action for panfish and hopefully many anglers will want you to produce your short sticks. Granted it looks like a Senko, but the GY doesn't make them that small though the wobble of the lure is the same - one of the best vertical twitch-baits I've every used.

    The texture doesn't have to be smooth:


    It can also be rigged the usual way:
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    whats different about that and just using a normal worm and cutting it into chunks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hambandit View Post
    whats different about that and just using a normal worm and cutting it into chunks?
    I believe that a custom made mold for that you would have a different action then chopping up your plastic warms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hambandit View Post
    whats different about that and just using a normal worm and cutting it into chunks?
    Sticks have rounded ends which make for a different action than cutting a worm into pieces - especially wacky rigging. When rigged the usual way, the stick body and tail wobble on slow retrieves making them crappie catchers!

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