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Storm "Original Wiggle Wart"

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Storm "Original Wiggle Wart"

Lure Make & Model

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Use:
Freshwater
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MSRP ($):
4.39
No crankbait box would be complete without a few Wiggle Warts in it. We offer some of the best fish-catching colors that Storm makes. The 3" size dives 7 to 12 feet and the 4" bait reaches 13-18 feet on a long cast. These baits are noted for their fish-enticing wide wobble and steep diving characteristics. They are able to reach depth quickly and stay there longer, which in turn, gives you more time in the strike zone. In addition, the paint jobs and finishes are beautiful. Make sure you check out the Phantom Craws. Wiggle Warts are used for just about any gamefish that inhabits North America including salmon and steelhead, walleye, and of course, largemouth and smallmouth bass. Bump one of these beauties off a few sticks or grind them through the rocks and see if you don't get the rod ripped out of your hand. Like it says on the box, "Always think like a fish, no matter how weird it gets."
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Storm Original Wiggle Wart

The Storm Original Wiggle Wart is a great medium depth crankbait. The action of this lure is almost as good as the "real" original wiggle wart. Those that fish and collect the Pre-Rapala Wiggle Warts will say that the action is not as good, and while I agree, paying up to 50 bucks for one of the "real" original wiggle warts is a bit of a pill to swallow. The lure casts like a bullet and gets down to the strike zone quickly. Using a good crankbait rod, you can feel the action almost immediately. The only bad thing (for me) is that I feel the hooks are a bit weak and bend too easily.

While it will not have the following of the original, if you are looking for a great crankbait that is almost as good as the original, give this one a try.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Action, Color Selection,
Cons:
Weak hooks
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