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Posted by Isaiah Page on 2nd Mar 2017
First thing I gotta say is I love this bait! Catches lots of fish and even big fish! The presentation is just phenomenal and the way it looks and moves in the water is key! You can really tell they put in a lot of time and work into these baits! Just the other day I caught a 6 pound largy on this bait! Amazing! They are also very durable! Awesome job power team!
Posted by Jon Baute on 15th Jan 2017
Since it is winter time here in Central Indiana, I won't try out the 7" Tickler or 5" Sick Sticks until it warms up a bit to get out on the water in my Kayak to try these out. After watching video of John Johnson tearing it up using these naits, I have no doubt I will have similar success. I just ordered the Sick Stick combo pack to make sure I have plenty in stock. I am highly impressed with the BullyGrass Devil, Texas Rig Jig, and Craw D'oeurves that I have already used. Great baits!!! I am anxious to see what the Sick Sticks and Tickler wotms do for me.
Posted by Danny on 11th Jan 2017
I love these sick sticks they are very durable with great action!
Posted by Unknown on 10th Dec 2016
One of the most buoyant stick baits I've ever used great action very slow drop great for any type of rigging with soft plastics love it Texas rigged is my go to
Posted by Unknown on 6th Dec 2016
All of my boys love to fish the sick stick. I started putting this bait on their setup when they were having trouble catching bass. They can catch many fish on just one and it holds up really well. There are many colors to choose from. Pick up a pack, you won't be upset that you did!!
Posted by Mark on 19th Nov 2016
Wacky rigging on a weighted wackily hook slays them... also tried them on a Carolina rig and they have a ton of action behind the weight... my go to stick bait!
Posted by ron torrisi on 16th Nov 2016
I needed a plastic that would replace my original senkos made by gary yamamoto. These baits are smallmouth killers . More reasonable pricing and the perfect colors for my fishing. .
Posted by danny b on 16th Oct 2016
These may be the best stick worm on the market they are so durable and last forever plus I caught my personal best large mouth a 24 1/2 inch on a sick stick
Posted by Unknown on 12th Oct 2016
The Sick Stick was the very firt PTL bait I fished with, and I have been hooked ever since the first cast! There are so many different ways to fish them, If im fishing shallow water or beating the banks I texas rig them weedless. If im around docks or standing timber I prefer the wacky rig. But honestly no matter how you fish the Sick Stick, it will produce fish! Never have I fished a Sick Stick and not caught a fish. Bass magnets! They just cant resist. Great action, great durability, and great color choices are just a few reasons why the Sick Stick has become my favorite stick-style bait on the market.
Posted by Unknown on 28th Sep 2016
I was so surprised when I first used the Sick Stick. Second cast and BAM! Since that time I have one tied on to one of my rods. This soft plastic is so well balanced as it floats to the bottom it drives fish crazy. I love all of the available colors as it works in all types of water. There has been many a day that we all know of when fishing is slow and lips are tight. My go to plastic always works and turns those days around.
Posted by Jeff on 22nd Sep 2016
These baits are awesome! I am not sure why anyone would go elsewhere. First off prices are much better than most, they give away FREE tackle every week, and the service is remarkable! I placed what I thought was a sizable order and I got it 2 days later, sure the box stunk of hog tonic, but I call that the smell of awesomeness! Most importantly these sick sticks WORK simply work! IDK if it's the hog tonic or what but they simply work and not just bass. I have caught pickerel, as well as a few other species!
Posted by Unknown on 14th Sep 2016
These things are indestructible. I get 7-10 fish out of 1 bait. They're fish catching machines too
Posted by Unknown on 6th Sep 2016
I like to wacky rigs this wiggle worms and they catch fish. I tried a new method of fishing them like a Ned rig on jig head worked real will also.
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Posted by Unknown on 29th Aug 2016
You can tell the difference in number of catches per bait. These baits are tough and attract the bigger fish.
Posted by Adam Cartwright on 17th Aug 2016
These are simply sick. You can fish this lure lots of different ways, but wacky rig is my favorite. It flat out produces bass.
Posted by Steve Weber on 15th Aug 2016
These are great baits, very versatile. No matter how you rig them they catch fish
Posted by David E on 14th Aug 2016
The sick stick is one my favorites. They seem to be fish catching machines for me and hold up very well. You really can't go wrong with them. My favorite color has been the purple swirl and the kitchen sink color.
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Aug 2016
I fish the sick sticks on every fishing trip and they catch big bass, I found the diner bell to be tops and wish I could still get them.
Posted by Dexter on 19th Jul 2016
I was unsure how much the square core of the sick stick would make a difference until I tried it. It really moves just by letting it sink. I used it on a Jacked wacker and the 2 go together like peanut butter and jelly! You seriously have to try these!
Posted by Brian S. on 14th Jul 2016
I have been fishing wacky worms more of late and it has become my confidence technique. I have tried numerous stick baits (senko style baits) and this one out performs them all. Whether fishing wacky weightless or weighted, the bait always seems to fall evenly and enticingly to bass. Other baits I have used tend to fall lopsided and in more of a verticals presentation then horizontal and the fish just don't seem to like that as much. I purchase these in the pro packs as I use them every time on the water. But, I am usually going threw them quick because I'm handing them out for others to try not because the plastics rip or tear. You can fish one of these sick sticks all day long. No need for any silly rings or tools. Just simply hook straight through the center of the worm with a 2/0 VMC octopus hook. I have even even fished them weightless on a Texas rigged worm hook. They can be fished very slowly weightless when fish just don't want to bite, or with a weighted wacky hook for a little more action! Definitely give these a try!
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Single Pack: 7 Ct.
Instead of letting the owners of the company do a write-up for me, I figured I'd just copy and paste my Match.com profile here and leave it up to you to decide if you think we're a good match for each other.
"Hi there, my name is Sick Stick! How you doin'? I was born in 2010, I'm 5" long, I'm neutrally buoyant, and I'm also ribbed (I knew that would grab your attention). Oh, and although I have a square core, I actually have a round profile because I'm cool like that. I enjoy flying, swimming, and long days on the water that eventually end with me being used and abused. That's right, I said it…I love to be used and abused! I will do nothing more than please you (it's just my personality)! I am the most versatile tool in your bag and you can use me every which way from Sunday! The only thing that can hold me back from entering multiple mouths a day is your imagination. I'm up for it all cowboy!"
Okay, now that you've read my profile and you know about my dirty little secret, what do you think? Do you think we're a good match for each other? Or are you going to be just like all the others and simply use me because I'm a guaranteed hook up? (for you slower folks out there, yes that last sentence was a pun, and it was intended)
*Note. The owners of this company had nothing to do with this write-up. We left it strictly up to the Sick Stick to come up with its own product description and it's obvious to us now that the Sick Stick has absolutely no morals whatsoever!
There's not a way I don't throw this bait. I use it to effectively produce in so many conditions with so many different presentations. T- rigged, C-rigged, split shot rigged, Shakey head, drop shot T-rigged style, drop shot wacky style, weighted wacky, twitched weightless, weedless with a small nail weight, and so on and so forth. If you're a wacky fanatic, rig the Sick Stick on our Jacked Wackers for your weighted wacky head needs. If you're a shakey fanatic, rig the Sick Stick on our Tick Shakes for pea gravel, rocks, points and most cover. There are no rules when it comes to this bait so just get creative with it and the bass will be all over your Sick Stick like flies on poop.