Keitech Salty Core Stick 7pk
Made with a special dual-pouring process, the Keitech Salty Core Stick may look like your typical stick bait, but it’s far from normal. The outer layer of the Keitech Salty Core Stick is made from a durable plastic that acts as a protective shell for the interior of the bait. The core of the Keitech Salty Core Stick is constructed from a dense, heavily salted plastic, which accounts for a majority of the bait's 3/8 of an ounce weight. This bulkier design is combined with a re-enforced nose section, which makes weightless Texas-rigging a reliable choice. The Salty Core Stick also really comes to life on a wacky rig. On the drop, the Keitech Salty Core Stick generates a deliberate wobbling action that, when combined with the strong salty flavor, is irresistible to bass. Add the Keitech Salty Core Stick to your tacklebox, and you'll put more fish in your boat than you can shake a “stick” at.
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Comments: I use these baits religiously here in pa and I tell you, they catch fish, they do not last long but really who cares when your catching fish all day long. I use them Texas rig weightless with a 4/0 wide gap worm hook, 12lb fluorocarbon line, on a 6"9 duckett ghost medium heavy, shimano Sonora reel.
From: Michael: Pittsburgh, PA 7/26/15
Comments: Simply put this bait catches fish when others wont. I am here fishing Guntersville lake and I boated 11 fish this am fishing this bait wacky style with an o ring and wacky weed less wide gap hook. My buddies were throwing senkos until I boated 7 fish in a row to their 0. Let me just say they borrowed a few of my Keitechs and they were beleivers. I was throwing the white baits 2 ft of water. I will be buying many more packs of these.
From: Tyler: USA 5/21/15
Comments: These are the best stick bait I have found. I like the colors that are offered in the more that other stick baits. I used this bait to weigh in the largest 5 fish stringer in our bass club history on the Red River this past February south of Shreveport Louisiana. And placed second in the next tournament.
From: Ken: Jonesboro, LA 5/21/14
Comments: These things catch fish when other soft baits are not producing. I agree with the other reviews concerning the durability. They rip too easy for me. Does anyone have a better suggestion for rigging besides of offset shank hook? I was thinking screw lock.
From: Tracey: Austin, Texas
Comments: Fish seem to like it, but its far less durable than a Senko in my opinion. I wasn't even getting ONE fish per bait, just a bite and the thing was torn in half. On a positive note, once torn, they work well stuffed inside a tube!
From: Slade: KS
Comments: Gave these a try for thr first time a the CA Delta. Went through 2 packs caught around 15 fish. Big was over 7lbs. I did not see the action that was showed in the video. It falls like any other stick bait. Good bait but no special action like they say.
From: James: Madera, ca
Comments: Fished this for the first time this weekend. Don't know that I saw the same action in the video, but it did produce bites in a small lake that is tough to fish. Picked up a small one on it, and it was torn to shreds by one fish. We'll see how it does over time, but if the sample of one is any indication, this worm is a one per fish bait or $1 per fish.
From: Ed: Dallas, TX