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3" BPS Stik-O, effective?

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Was at BPS Las Vegas earlier and saw they had the 3" Stik-O's. The BPS close to me does not carry these, so I bought 5, 2 the same, pbj color.

I would think these would be quite good, small stick worm and doesn't cost as much as 3" Yamamoto Senkos.

Any have experience with these?

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1 . Wacky Rig either on a drop shot OR a small 1/16th oz. wacky jig head .

2 . Rig with hook exposed on a 1/16th oz. Ballhead Jig - cast out then use lift , drop , retrieve method on or near the bottom.

3 . Slip Shot Rig : 8lb. FC line , 3/16th oz. pegged bullet weight (up 14" ~ 18" from 3" Stick-O) , finally T-Rig Stick-O using a #1 EWG hook.

 

The above will get you started ...

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I fish them weightless and weedless and toss them on a light-power spinning rod. Super numbers bait but a dink-magnet - occasionally a bigger girl will bite as well...;)

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I've had some success  with them on a small Texas jig , similar to the Charlie Brewer Do Nothing jig while wading small rivers .

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I use them in local ponds as a walking bait. T-rig them walk them like a spook, catches a lot of fish in the shallows . 

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Sorry man, I´m not willing to discuss anything about 3" Stik-os or 3" Dingers n´such.

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Yup catch lots of dinks with those 

Wacky rigged

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As much a fan of the Stik-O as I am,
I've not experienced much success 
with the 3" variety.

But my local BPS now carries them 
in a greater variety of colors, so I'll
likely try again in 2016.

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3 hours ago, Raul said:

Sorry man, I´m not willing to discuss anything about 3" Stik-os or 3" Dingers n´such.

Where Raul lives they use 6" Stick-O's for finesse techniques !

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