More than just another variation on the Senko style soft stick bait, the Tiki Bamboo Dip Stick will give jaded bass a new swimming action and different shape than standard baits. The design difference in the Bamboo Dip Sticks is that while the ends taper to about the same diameter as other soft stick baits, the center has a lot more mass and is about 50% thicker. This makes the bait tougher and more resistant to tears than standard baits, causing a more violent wiggle and side-to-side action and slower fall for a different presentation. The Bamboo Dip Stick features multiple, tiny rings around the entire bait for an irresistible texture that bass will hold on to longer, Tiki's great anise scent, and Tiki's awesome colors. The Tiki Bamboo Dip Stick offers bright colors on one end, which really attracts attention when it moves. If you like throwing Senko style baits, try the Bamboo Dip Stick for a different look.
Comments: They work. They work in many situations/conditions where the bite is poor to non-existent. You won't regret having them in your arsenal. Too bad TW only has the one color at the time I'm writing this, but it is a good color for me - I.e. I've been successful with it (E.g. Pumpkin Black Fleck with Chartreuse tip). They are dirt cheap, too. Can't go wrong with 'em. I usually fish them Wacky or shakey head jig, but you can fish them, successfully, all the usual ways. They are also fairly durable - I.e. don't tear up too easily.
From: Shawn: Tampa, FL
Comments:I bought a pack; cheap might I add. fished for 2 hours and caught more fish than I did the last two months combined.
From:Nathan: Heflin, AL