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Stick-O's #13096046 03/18/19 07:03 PM
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I bought a couple of bag of BPS stick-O's and wondering what yall think of them. I figured for a 30 pack for 10 bucks can be that bad of a deal and if they suck it's not that much money to burn.


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My opinion they are one of the closest things to a senko. Not bad for the money!


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Fish eat any kind of Senko look alike .

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I agree with Texas_Fishin2010. They are the closest think to the OG Yamamoto Senko I have found in terms of fall rate and action.

If you can get them during the spring sales you can get real good deals on the 30 packs. I just wait until the sales and then stock up for the year.


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Re: Stick-O's [Re: ThatOneBigKid] #13096106 03/18/19 08:21 PM
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And people wonder why they cannot find Tiki Sticks anymore?

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Originally Posted by Wavemaker
And people wonder why they cannot find Tiki Sticks anymore?

Tiki Sticks are the best


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Re: Stick-O's [Re: Ibock] #13096197 03/18/19 09:56 PM
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I prefer Yum Dingers over the Stick-O's. Softer plastic, similar to the Senko, and the Dingers have the hook slot allowing for better hook sets. You can find them for $3 bucks for a pack of ten, so about the same price as the Stick-O's..... 2cents


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Someone did a comparison on YouTube in a pool the stick o and senko were almost identical no other brands came close to the shimmy and sink rate of these two

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The Wave Tiki Stick Super Soft Pro is the closest to the Senko that I have used. They're higher than the regular Tiki Sticks but worth it IMO. I guess I'm gonna have to give the Stick-O's another try and see how it turns out.

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They are real good. Close to the original Senko and a lot more affordable.


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I consider Myself a bit of stick bait connoisseur. I throw It about 90% of the time Im fishing.
The BPS stick o is the closest thing to a Senko if rigged true weightless. The yum dinger, Ocho, and others are no where close to the same density and fall rate as the original senko. They are great baits texas rigged or anything other than weightless and catch fishz

I really Truly think Gary makes the BPS stick os


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southern plastics...

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Southern Plastics shoot most of the soft plastics for folks around the country.

I like the BPS Stck-O's. Won't get bit as well as an original Yam Senko for pressured fish but 90% of the time they will work just fine.

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I use them quite a bit. I use the standard colors but the kids picked me up a pack of the Sweet Potato Pie color a while back and it's been a real hit with the fish.

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I cant stick with the Stick-O long enough to know because I know the Senko is soooo good (2nd choice for me would be Yum Dingers, every now and then they out produce the Senko).

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