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i like storm swimbaits and there chugbug but ive never seen that lure  it looks pretty nice i might have to go by 1. have you ever used that lure if so how is it?

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That is a nice looking lure, for sure ;)  I'd prefer it in a bluegill or shad pattern, though.

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FOR ME, THE THUNDERSTICK JR. IS VERY PRODUCTIVE. I HAVE SOME OF THEIR SWIMBAITS BUT I HAVEN'T GIVEN THEM AN HONEST TRY YET.

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I use Storm's a lot. I don't use their crankbaits though. For $3.99 I might have to check them out. I use the softbodied swimbaits with the built in jig/weight. They come out to about .50 ea and you can't beat them at that price.

It is my #1 bait. Another co makes the same exact swimbaits but in many other colors. somehow they are related co's but not sure how. slightly higher price plus the shipping issue but they make a ton of those and spinners to go on the swim baits. The same co also make a ton of custom Muskie inline spinner baits etc.

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i looked this up on tackletour & the description states that it comes in bluegill too....i might look into these

"Kickin' Slab: These lifelike lures come in black crappie, bluegill and pearl color patterns. Their segmented body sports a kicking tail that fish that is designed to duplicate the tail action of a real panfish. Each lure comes rigged with a premium red in-line VMC treble hook. Suggested retail price: $2.99"

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the original wiggle warts were "must haves" for any serious fisher, esp i the spring.

the new wiggle warts are not.  ...(i bought quite a few ..trying to find one that ran like the old ones :'()

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They're (Storm) the only company that makes swimbaits that are mass produced and avaiable to everyone that I have saw so far. Those Kickin Slabs or w/e their called look fantastic and I cant wait to try their bluegill. They are getting better and better in quality and deffinatly going in the right direction imo. I dont care for their hardbaits at all but their swimbaits just flat out produce. I use to never even glance at their stuff in stores but find myself looking for some more of their life-like stuff here and there. Wonder if their BlueGill could give Mattslures a run for its money.

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I don't like them because I've never caught anything with Storm lures.  Storm makes great looking lures but I can't get a dang bite off anything made by them.  Maybe I'll change my mind once I finally catch something with them.

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I for one like storm lures. I caught quite a few bass with the wild eye swim bait this summer. When I went Walleye fishing at Erie this summer the only thing we used were the hot-n-tots, originals not the remakes, and the wallies at them up. I can't speak for the remakes of the originals because I haven't tried them yet. I have heard though that they don't run the same.

The pictures in this thread look really nice. I'll definately be keeping my eyes peeled for those in '07. That goby looks awesome. Storm may be on to something with the realism their putting into their lures these days.

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I like the sub-warts and the original wiggle-warts. They both have very good action.

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