The Wave Worm Tiki-Moko Lizard features Wave Worm's famous ringed body for a lifelke texture bass love. The head is thick and tough to keep the offset portion of your hook in place and resist tearing and splitting for more uses out of each bait, and the legs and tail are curled for maximum action every time the bait hits the water. Available in a range of Wave Worm's proven colors, the Wave Worm Tiki-Moko Lizard is also loaded with Molopo attractant, which is guaranteed to make fish hang on longer.
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Comments: absouloutley a terrible bait in every way. no action, not durable, and terrible color. this was just a waste of money. go with a ZOOM lizard.
From: Bryce: Orange County, CA
Comments: lizards are sight baits and color is not a major concern unless your not using xmas tree, then it IS major. i've never seen a lizard that color, i only know it will outfish any other color i've ever used. same goes for the senco copy wave sells. black is comes in at a close 2nd. i know water color is in play with soft plastics but the xmas tree color seems to produce in every color of water but chocolate milk. then it's scent and vibration that take center stage. time of the year is of most importance as well---
From: Wes: Salinas, CA
Comments: Great lizard for a great price. Perfect size and perfect action. The sweet potatoe pie has more red than orange, if that helps. I give these lizards a 5 out of 5. Get them while they're cheap.
From: Anthony: Fayetteville, NC
Comments: verry impressed with these, good movement great color selection. Central florida largemouth hit the bruised orange hard.
From: Chad: Orlando, FL
Comments: I really love these lizards! i texas rig them on a 3 or 4/O hook and occasionally throw on a bullet weight. great for largemouth expecially in ponds. Pumpkinseed with a chartreuse tail is a killer!
From: Bass nightmare: Ohio, USA
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