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I was thinking and since the sick stick by power team lures is “naturally buoyant”, wouldn’t it make a great bait for the neg rig?  It’s also the same on both ends so one end isn’t blunter than the other like if you cut other stick worms in half

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Let us know how it goes.  

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The main advantage of Zman products is not just their buoyancy, but their durability.  I have a couple of other non-ZMan products I use on Ned rigs (Roboworm Ned worm, Berkley Moneymaker) and while they produce, you just go through so many more compared to Elaztech products.

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I haven’t been a fan of the sick stick since you really have to throw it on a weighted Jighead and I am fishing stickbaits weightless Texas rigged 99% of the time.  The PTL plastic does seem very durable if using their finesse worm has any indication. Just not elaztech durability. I got ya. I was wondering what to do with my 50 ct (I think) packs I got on closeout and this seems like a great idea 

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Have you tried a weighted wacky rig? Fishing them on a dropshot but wacky rigged? On a shakyhead? Seems like they could have some good uses. Pretty much any piece of plastic will work on a small jighead though. 

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18 hours ago, OCdockskipper said:

The main advantage of Zman products is not just their buoyancy, but their durability.  I have a couple of other non-ZMan products I use on Ned rigs (Roboworm Ned worm, Berkley Moneymaker) and while they produce, you just go through so many more compared to Elaztech products.

They do last a long time.

 

I tend to lose the whole rig on a snag long before I wear out a TRD

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