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They are okay baits. I've never caught anything on them, but they seem to have decent action. I got a pack in my MTB. I like the VileCraw, though.

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The Exo Stick is a great bait. I like the pro version which is full of salt and scent.

 

I sometimes like to rig them weightless Texas or wacky style. My favorite way to rig them is on a Strike King football head jig.

 

 

Here is a great vid with Lake Fork Guy using the exo stick. I like the way he rigged the exo stick on a shaky head.

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I don't necessarily like them T-Rigged but I do love them wacky rigged.

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I used them. Never caught any more or less than a standard Senko. Durability seems common, colors seem common, appeared to me like a good solid worm with a distinct body. 

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They make a fine senko substitute on a t-rig or wacky, but are particularly good for dragging on the bottom -- try them on c-rig, a mojo, football head, or a swinging/jointed  head!

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They are fantastic neko rig baits. They are quite durable vs a senko from my experience. I always keep a few colors around for neko fishing smallies. 

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1 minute ago, punch said:

They are fantastic neko rig baits. They are quite durable vs a senko from my experience. I always keep a few colors around for neko fishing smallies. 

I am totally gonna get on that this year.

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On 3/19/2018 at 4:00 PM, punch said:

They are fantastic neko rig baits. They are quite durable vs a senko from my experience. I always keep a few colors around for neko fishing smallies. 

Thank you for this comment; I have been searching for a quality Neko bait and just placed my order for these from TW yesterday. I couldn't find much info online about using them for a Neko but I thought they looked like they would do the job. What colors do you normally use? I ordered Black/Blue; Green Pumpkin, Feider Shad and Okeechobee Craw. I figured that would be a good place to start. Also; do you use these for wacky rigging; if so.....do you like them for that technique as well? 

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They're a good bait, but not anything really special. 

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You will like the Feider Shad color.  I thought it was going to be a clear water color, but I have caught a lot of fish with it in stained and even borderline muddy water. 

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They're decent baits but their sink rate isn't quite as fast as the original GYCB Senko.

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Average bait nothing special about it

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I really like them, when they're falling through the water, the tail swims like a boot tail swim bait!

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omfg i love these. i caught my record bass on a texas rig white. 

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I took the Green Pumpkin Exostick's out for a test run yesterday on a pond near my home. An hour and a half later I had 15 Bass landed and two monster bluegills. I was wacky rigging the bait with a VMC size #2 Neko Hook and used an o-ring. I went through two baits to catch those 17 fish and the second bait is still on my line. A very impressive first day out with the Exostick; I just ordered a bunch more! I should also note that typically this is a very tough pond to fish so this was a very good little trip. I'm convinced; my collection of 4" Ocho's went up for sale on Craigs List this morning. I'm also getting ready to try the 4.5" plasma tails (hopefully next weekend). I plan to throw those on a 1/16 oz. mushroom jighead. I want to see how well they perform against a standard Ned Rig on the local lakes.  

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