Wicked Stickey Report

Discussion in 'Catfishing Baits' started by capt.kirk, Oct 24, 2005.

  1. capt.kirk

    capt.kirk Guest

    i have never been a fan of stink bait but i started fishing at 7:30 this a.m.
    in the hurricane conditions,in the shell bed i chumed with wicked stickey
    yeasterday useing peices of jumbo shrimp that had soaked in wicked stickey
    over night,caught 1 black cat about 8:00 around 3 lb then caught 2 cnannels
    by 9:00 a.m. then no more.at the same time i kept 1 rod baited with crawlers
    did not have a bite on them.so in my oponion under those conditions i would
    have to give wicked stickey 5 STARS even thow i was using it more or less
    to see if it really would attract the cats.
    KIRK :thumbsup:
  2. Sentry Dog Man

    Sentry Dog Man New Member

    Thanks for the report, Kirk.

    I ordered 4 jars of Wicked Sticky. They got here this past Friday but I did not get to go fishing over the weekend. And, I am anxious to try the stuff out.

    It sure looks thick to me. So, I am wondering if I might need to thin it out a bit with some kind of oil, vegetable, canola, peanut etc etc??? Got any ideas?

  3. capt.kirk

    capt.kirk Guest

    if i remember correctly when i called the store for a sample jar,i belive he
    told me to thin it with vegatable oil.you may want to double check me on
    this.there is a number to call and talk directly with the owner - maker of
    this product very friendly man and helpful with lots of info.
    KIRK :cool:
  4. Cattoo

    Cattoo New Member

    just mix it up real good or keep it in a warm place. you dont want to thin it too much or it will not stick as well. i have been using this stuuf for a couple summers now and just let me tell you IT IS THE REAL DEAL. i have caught fish on it when cut skipjack,shad and nightcrawlers wouldnt do athing. just this past summer i even tested it against 2 other dip baits and it outfished them 3 to 1. great stuff.
  5. capt.kirk

    capt.kirk Guest

    there are many baits on the market and they make a lot of claims about
    how great thy are,i like to test things under the worst possible conditions.
    and i dont think you can get much worse than yeasterday,it was kind of funny watching the mullet jump out of the water and land 3 foot behind
    where they came up.

    where i live i can test a lot of different products,be it line or rods or reels
    some times my fishing buddy down the canal and i will get some cut bait
    and go fish for GAR - BOWFIN- AND TURTLES lord we are over run with
    huge turtles,i have broken 2 rhino rods in the top section this summer on
    large longnose gar.i have replaced them with 6ft 6 " tiger rods from
    shakespere,then broke the push buttons on 733 HAWGS,that made a total
    of 4 broken zebco reels this summer,again replaced with shakspere tiger reels
    not saying zebco was not willing to make good on there product,but it is
    a pain in the rear to have to ups something back and forth.no product is
    perfect but i like to stay as close to 0 defects as possible.i use xtra strength
    stren on my light rods it is strong and has smaller diameter line for smooth
    longer casts,also use stren on my heavy duty equipment.have not had any
    line problems for a long time.there are pleanty of oponions on things this
    is my personal experience.
    KIRK :D
  6. brad kilpatrick

    brad kilpatrick New Member

    Kansas City
    I've cut My wicked sticky with olive oil and had goood luck, keeps me busy while I wait for the biggun to bite My live bait lines catchin smaller channels sure beats just sittin and waiting

    ASASIN New Member

    Lawson Missouri
    The stuff is absolutely the most amazing dip bait out there. Don't overlook Jo Jo's Pole Snatcher made by the same company, Cattracker. Mark Mihalakis is who you'll talk with. Very nice man and loves to talk catfishing!!!!!!!! Glad to see the bait working for you in Florida under "less-than-ideal" conditions. God bless.