The Wave Worm Tiki Stick Swirl is similar in design to many other soft stickbaits, but there are also some distinct differences. The TIki Sticks have a slower fall rate than comparable soft stickbaits and have less tail movement. These two features make for a very straight horizontal fall. The durability of the Tiki Sticks is excellent, but these baits still have exceptional movement, especially when rigged weightless wacky style. Like all Tiki baits they are scent enhanced with Wave Worm's special Molopo scent. The fall rate gives fish extra time to check out the bait, and even the most finicky fish will have a hard time resisting the Molopo scent.
Wave gives you four color types to choose from: original, laminate, dip and swirl. If you need a solid color then try an original. Laminate colors give a two tone look to the bait. The dip baits have different colored tails. The swirl colors are two toned but in a swirl pattern throughout the bait. With this wide range of colors you can find a bait that will work in any situation.
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Comments: love the watermelon chartreuse. its the best one for me. love the slower sink rate. been fishing these for some time. last a good amount of bites. definitely buy over & over.
From: Chris: Dingmans Ferry, PA 7/31/16
Comments: Durable works incredibly well reasonably priced black n blue swirl awesome stained water or night time bait watermelon chartreuse clear water slays em I have tried almost every stick bait tackle warehouse sales me and all my fishing buds always buy these.
From: John: Monterey, CA 2/25/14
Comments: Been using these for years. Love Watermelon Charteuse Swirl. A bass killer for sure. These really hold up well too.
From: Bill: Williamstown, NJ
Comments: The black blue swirl is a awesome night time bait. put it on a texas rig and it works really well. Ive caught some good fish off of it too. The scent and molopo make a difference.
From: Will: AL
Comments: I used Tiki sticks in black and blue fleck and absolutely loved them. I'd fish them wacky, or weightless on a superline hook. I really think the molopo infusion has something to do with it. Great product.
From: Kristopher: North Richland Hills, TX