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Thursday, November 1, 2007

• Review: Wave Worms Tiki Sticks

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Tiki Sticks are Senko look alikes infused with something the company calls Molopo (motion lotion potion). It smells like anise to me. They come in a variety of colors. These colors are usually what catches the most attention as some are pretty wild. I prefer the bubble gum/yellow and the black/blue flake. They usually come in packs of 10 and are 5" long.

When browsing alternatives for the Senko, many anglers have found the Tiki Stick to be one of their favorite less expensive look alikes. Compared to the Senko the Tiki Sticks are not as soft and in turn have less action. Fall rates are also different, although with the hook I use, they tend to take a nose dive. I've read that the fall rate is actually slower than the Senko. The Tiki Sticks definitely last longer than the Senko, but they still tear up easier than one would hope. I can usually re-rig the hook and get things working right again to make it last a little longer. They also melt a little better than the original Senko, so quick repairs melting any open holes together is always an option. Like the Senko, I can cut the torn section off and make a miniature version that still works for me. The back of the package also has pictures of various ways to rig this worm. I tend to only fish it Texas rigged and weightless. If you're looking for ways to fish this worm, read the Senko Tips post where I discuss that sort of thing with more depth. Most of the time I like to fish the Tiki Stick by casting, letting it drop and sit, waiting for the tap of a strike.

These worms do catch fish though. I've read about anglers switching to this more durable worm when the Senko bite is on. The Big Bite Baits Trick Stick may take their place in my tackle box if they hold up as well and still catch fish. I've had good experiences with both the Tiki Stick and the Trick Stick and typically have both at my disposal.


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1 comments:

D Fisher Dude said...

What happened to the grasshopper color from the swirl series? It's just different enough to be new at most places I fish. It's the first one I used from the Wave Tiki-Moko Lizard swirl series and until my recent order, the only lizard I knew you made. Just saying, I'd like to see it miraclesly re-appear and be sent to me for retrial. Let me know!!!