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Field & Stream Sugar Stix Sugar Drop Soft Bait

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Field & Stream Sugar Stix Sugar Drop Soft Bait - Dick's Sporting Goods
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  • Green Pumpkin Candy
  • Melon Blue/smoke Pearl
  • Purple Smoke
  • 3 3/4 IN.

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Product Information:

With its new sugar-infused flavor, Field & Stream Sugar Stix give bass a new reason to take the bait. Its soft, pliable material helps it swim with a natural presentation with the same sink rate as salt-infused baits. The sugar-infused plastic is a great way to get the advantage over other anglers fishing the same, old lures. Field & Stream™ Sugar Stix Sugar Drop Soft Baits even hold color better and swell less than baits infused with salt.

  • Sugar infused soft plastic bait
  • Infused with sugar to entice strikes
  • Proven to have the same sink rate as salt-infused baits
  • Made with soft, pliable material for natural action
  • Holds color better and swells less than salt-infused baits
  • Length: 3 3/4 in.
  • Pack Qty: 10
  • Model: FEHSS375DR
  • Field & Stream
Country of Origin: United States
Web ID: 32845456

Customer Reviews:

Field & Stream Sugar Stix Sugar Drop Soft Bait 2.5 5 2 2
Not impressed Bought this dropshot bait because I liked the color, but I will not purchase them again. Plastic is just wrong and dry, and the bait has limited action when dropshotting. Going to take all the ones I bought, soak them in fish attractant and hope they soften up some. I'd trade the leftovers of the five packs I have for a ham sandwich. June 24, 2014
Field & Stream Sugar Stix Sugar Drop Soft Bait Easy to use and attractant seems to work on all fish. April 11, 2014
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