"These are the ones I would keep if I could only have one lure type in my tackle box!" says Patrick Sebile. "The Stick Shadd can really be a huge asset in many situations. You just have to try it and of course to learn it, and then I really think you can fall in love with it."
The Stick Shadd Sinking lure rocks as it falls and can be counted down to a desirable depth.
"The Sinking models are perhaps the most versatile overall, because they can be used at any depth from top to deep, but of course it depends on the situation and what depth youre targeting whether the SU (Suspending) or SK (Sinking) model best fits the conditions," says Patrick Sebile. The Stick Shadd is Patrick Sebiles personal favourite of his baits, and in the larger 155 size, it is also the favorite of many trophy-hunting inshore saltwater and freshwater anglers.
The Stick Shadd has a thin keel that runs the length of the lure, and the power of that keel (the "Power Keel") activates the Stick Shadd, allowing the bait to move more freely and unpredictably in every direction, left, right, up and down. Using quick, crisp snaps is one of the overall best ways to use it. Predators will often hit the Stick Shadd because of the super-erratic action it has when snapped. You never know what it is going to do next. The Stick Shadd may go two feet to one side, and next it will go one foot to the same side, then all of a sudden, shoot a little higher up or dart down. It never looks like anything that is predictable. Its all over the place. They really think this is the real deal, and they better grab it now or they wont be able to grab it at all. Indeed, that type of action causes strike-triggering results with any predator species, big or small, and there are Stick Shadd sizes for them all. Another technique is to use long pulls and pauses. The Stick Shadd even has action on a steady troll or straight retrieve, it has a side-to-side swagger, and thats not all. The Sinking model vibrates and wobbles as they fall, attracting strikes even when the angler isnt working them, they work themselves! Master the versatile uses, models and actions of the mighty Stick Shadd. Its not hard to do, and it may soon become your personal favourite bait too. This bait is extremely effective over shallow flats and near the waters edge!
The tungsten ballast causes the sinking model to wobble and quiver like a lost bait fish in search of the school
A slight twitch of the rod tip imparts various actions only limited by the angler's imagination.
Lure Size: 114 mm
Lure Weight: 39 grams
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