The Storm Twitch Stick is a suspending jerkbait with a thick, minnow profile and aggressive action. Very responsive as well, the angler can easily manipulate the Twitch Stick’s action until they find just what the fish are looking for. On the pause, the Twich Stick also comes to rest with an added wobble that has been proven to trigger strikes. Available in a range of detailed colors, the Storm Twitch Stick comes equipped with a loud rattle for added fish attraction and premium VMC black nickel hooks.
|Twitch Stick 8||3-1/4"||5/16oz||2-4ft||Suspending|
|Twitch Stick 10||4"||5/8oz||3-5ft||Suspending|
Comments: Here is something I found out, the size 10 is fantastic, it suspends great at 50 degrees down to about 45. The size 8 seems to float but 1 suspend dot placed before the front treble hook should make it perfect, if it still floats slowly try another 1/2 suspend dot right after the front treble. So far these have been great and as I said, the size 10, 4" model suspends rather well, the small 3.5" size 8 is the one that floats up but these jerkbait catch fish, you can't beat them for the price.
From: Tyler: USA
Comments: nice action ,caught a 37 inch pike on the second cast With it
From: Maxime: Qc
Comments: Very good erratic rolls do to its rounder body
From: Miguel: MN
Comments: Bought this in the sunfish color and used it prespawn in a private pond loaded with sunfish, perch and stunted bass. Awesome paint job. Good erratic action when twitched. It floats, but with 2 suspendots it now suspends perfectly. Did well catching bass and perch.
From: Alan: CT
Comments: Andrew: Put larger hooks, a large snap, or a small titanium leader. The small titanium leader is nice, because the pike won't bite you off, and it will suspend nose down.
From: Brad: Hayden
Comments: I cant get these to suspend any suggestions on how to make them suspend without suspend strips?
From: Andrew: CO
Comments: this is a great jerk bait. I am outfishing my friends throwing pointers. Gotta be the ten size in rainbow smelt
Comments: I agree with the last guy, it does not suspend well out of the box, but change both hooks to size 4 trebles and its on the money. love this bait once it works right!
From: CJ: mt arlington, nj
Comments: This lure has great action and it has a pretty nice paint job but it cant suspend for s***. Overall it is pretty nice bait though catches some decent fish.
From: Sam: Charlotte, NC
Comments: I used the Hot Blue Shad, and this bait look so gorgeous and it is a must for a tackle box. I pulled in 10 fishin in about 4 hours on this bait alone, including one 3+ pound bass. Great product, buy it.
From: Kevin: FL
Comments: WINNERS for sure!!!!!!
Comments: These are just plain awesome jerkbaits! I think these will start the prices falling because they perform and perform well with good hooks and split rings for 5 bucks! I just got 3 more after I got 2 of them at the beginning of November and they do have a distinct wobble on the pause, they suspend just as good as a pointer in 44 degree water, the threadfin shad is what you want for smallies!!
From: Dan: Minersville, PA
Comments: I was given a blue chrome orange a month ago and I used it 3 times and now I just order 3 more and will probably buy some more after Christmas. I'm filling my jerkbait box because I can't believe the price on them, this is an excellent jerkbait, ithas a slow rise in water in upper 40's but it suspends well in 43-44 degree water and it has good hooks right out of the box but when it begins a slow rise or suspends it has the same little wobble effect like the pointer, awesome bait!!
From: Dan: Minersville, PA
Comments: I picked up a few on a whim while I was ordering some other things at TW. The hooks and split rings are sturdy. It's a bulky lure compared to most other jerkbaits. It has an excellent side to side roll and the Rainbow Smelt pattern really flashes well when you move it. It does have a slow rise on the pause. It catches fish and I'll be using it more.
From: Brad: NE
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