NetBait Salt Lick 10pk

NetBait Salt Lick 10pk

The NetBait Salt Lick has one of the highest salt contents (170+ grams wt) of any soft stick bait on the market.This allows the Salt Lick to fall a bit faster without losing it's fish attracting action. The Salt Lick is loaded with salt, anise and pork fat. The super-soft plastic used in the construction of the Salt Lick reduces tearing but allows it to retain it's trademarked flexibility and action.

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Length Quantity
5" 10

9 Colors

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    Model No. N32225
    Black Blue Flk
    Size Stock Qty
    5" 9
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    Model No. N32232
    Chartreuse Shad
    Size Stock Qty
    5" 6
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    Model No. N32242
    Green Pump/Wtrmln
    Size Stock Qty
    5" 8/29
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    Model No. N32009
    Green Pumpkin
    Size Stock Qty
    5" 10+
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    Model No. N32233
    Green Pumpkin Candy
    Size Stock Qty
    5" 10
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    Model No. N32309
    Toledo Special
    Size Stock Qty
    5" 10+
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    Model No. N32223
    Watermelon Candy
    Size Stock Qty
    5" 9
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    Model No. N32007
    Watermelon Pepper
    Size Stock Qty
    5" 10+
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    Model No. N32008
    Watermelon Red
    Size Stock Qty
    5" 10+

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Customer Reviews

Comments: The Salt Lick runs a close 2nd place to the Senko. They are a lot less expensive & seem to be a little more durable than then Yamamoto original. In my experience, the Salt Licks beat the Yum Dinger hands down. If all things were equal I would always buy the  Senko, but since they aren't I find myself using the Netbaits in any less than crucial situation. They provide 90-95% of the Senko's quality at about half the cost. I recommend the Watermelon Pepper & Green Pumpkin/Watermelon colors!

From: Ben: Prattville, AL 5/24/16

Comments: everytime i try to order theyre sold out nuff said lol!

From: Chris: San Diego

Comments: The Salt Lick is a more durable version of Yamamoto's Senko.  It is loaded with salt, making the bass hold on.  Last weekend, I caught six bass, ranging from 1.5 to 3.5 pounds, on one Salt Lick.  A senko would've fallen apart after two fish.  I wish they offered more color selections, but the green pumpkin/watermelon is money.

From: Steve: Bonners Ferry, ID

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