Storm Jointed Thunderstick

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Storm Jointed Thunderstick

Storm Original Jointed Thunderstick – Sub Surface Bass Fishing

storm jointed thunderstick in blue chrome

Storm actually stopped making the thunderstick bass lure back in 2005. However due to high demand it wasnt long before these fantastic bass lures were back in production and back in all the UK bass fishing retail outlets. The new thunderstcks have the Original integrated lip, colors and special effects. They can be Cast, trolledd, twitched, ripped and jerked. They Cover a variety of depths for most fishing situations and specie sof fish especially bass . Length: 5-1/2”. Weight: 5/8 oz. The storm jointed thunderstick Dives 2′-4′ and has an irresistible rattle and movement that bass just cant help having a go at.. I have yet to use a storm thunderstick yet myself but I have seen them in action whilst bass fishing from my kayak. One thing for certain is, my next fishing purchase will be several of these fantastic bass lures.

storm jointed thunderstick

By | 2009-11-25T17:50:05+00:00 July 21st, 2008|Bass Fishing, Bass Plugs|2 Comments

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Site Administrator Glenn Kilpatrick has a passion for all types of sea angling. Past winner of the Whitby Sea Anglers fishing club on 2 occasions, Glenn now mainly focuses on summer fishing with bass and pollack being his favoured target fish. Glenn now also prefers Kayak Fishing over any other type of Sea Fishing.


  1. Pete Agar July 21, 2008 at 9:06 pm - Reply

    This is one hell of a bass lure. When Storm stopped making these back in 2005 I struggled to find another plug that even came close to the storm thunderstick. Ive tried numerous lures from Yo zuri and rapala but in my opinion non can hold a light to this plug for sub surface bass plugging.

  2. Baramundi Bob August 6, 2008 at 8:01 am - Reply

    Ideal for fishing in very shallow water or when the tide is quite low and there isnt much room over the top of rocks, wrack weed and kelp. At low water I was finding that I was loosing sub surface plugs like the yo zuri crystal minnow due to them diving that bit too deep and catching up on the tops of the kelp. After seeking advice in the Whitby fishing forum I was advised to try the storm jointed thunderstick. To date I have been very pleased with the results and what’s even better is the lure is cheaper than others in the same category such as the maria angel kiss….. Give them a go and see for yourself.

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