Z Man Hula StickZ 6pk
The right bait can be the difference between a big day and coming up empty, and the new Z Man Hula StickZ is the perfect choice when finesse tactics are in order. Try it paired with a light jig head, or Texas-rigged, and watch this buoyant bait stand up off the bottom with its tentacles waving seductively. Better still, it’s salt-impregnated ElaZtech construction ensures it’ll last. And last. And last. Available in a variety of proven colors, the Z Man Hula StickZ have arrived.
What separates Elaztech plastics from other soft plastics is their life-like action, natural buoyancy and unmatched durability. Elaztech baits not only look great, they are also up to 10X tougher than other plastics. They resist nicks, cuts and tears, and that means you're likely to catch a lot more fish on Elaztech before having to replace them.
Do not mix Elaztech baits with standard plastic baits.
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Comments: Great bait. First time using caught an 19 in smallmouth. Have also caught walleye on them. Can catch a ton of fish on them before they need to be replaced.
From: Ryan: WI 3/17/16
Comments: It has been a year since my last post on this bait. I'm still on my second pack of these baits, and I continue to find ways to fish this thing. My favorite is the Revenge 1/0 Flippin' Whacker wacky rigging without the tentacles. That is until I discovered that using it on a weed-less 1/16 oz. jig head with a do nothing steady retrieve absolutely slays post spawn bass. I have also used this on a football head with great success for smallies. It gets down fast when dragged due to little water resistance letting me fish with less line out. The most productive piece of soft plastic in my box.
From: Papa: ID 6/13/14
Comments: Rigged on a Shakey Head, the whole bait floats with the tail swaying back and forth. You just can't believe how many bass you can catch before you need to replace them. We're talking like 10 or more. Fish are not accustomed to seeing soft plastics that have tails that float tail up, when the jig head is lying on the bottom. Out fishes Trick Worms like nothing. Give them a shot.
From: A.J.: Rhode Island
Comments: Went out with the kids and decided to mess around with this new bait, and I knocked the snot off of them lil' green and brown bass. First, I cut the tenticles off it, put it on a weighted wacky hook, and caught some smallies off of docks. Caught at least seven fish up to two pounds without tearing the bait. Then I decided I would put it on an owner bullet head, and it fished just like a tube and managed to catch another three brown bass. I finally found some beds, and drop shotted the lil' critter, and caught two largemouth. This is one versatile bait. Plan to replace all of my tubes and 3-4" senkos/ yum dingers with these.
From: Papa: Hayden, USA