Bulking up a bit from the original 110 size, the Spro McStick 115 jerkbait provides a larger profile for anglers to utilize in their search of big bass that feed upon larger meals. Designed by Bassmaster professional angler and jerkbait aficionado Mike McClelland, the McStick 115 possesses an action that mimics a dying or injured bait fish. With the McStick 110 and 95 sizes already established as solid performers, McClelland sought out a slightly larger model to mimic large bait fish species such as blueback herring, gizzard shad and trout among others. Maintaining the same great action, the McStick 115 jerkbait suspends horizontally in the water column as anglers pause in between twitches of the rod which generate the erratic darting action.
The McStick 115 jerkbait has the quality components to be used for tournaments or just out fun fishing. Assembled with (3) super sharp Gamakatsu #5 trebles that allow fishermen to put the lure to use right out of the package without having to worry about upgrading the hooks. If a fish so much as breathes on this lure they will get hooked.
The most effective use of the Spro McStick 115 is early or late in the season when water temperatures reach their lowest. Conventional knowledge suggests retrieving the bait with two quick rod sweeps followed by a pause. No need to move the bait much, just leave the line slack and twitch it. The cadence will vary based on many factors, but its generally accepted that the colder the water temperatures are the longer the bait should be paused.
The Spro McStick 115 measures 4.52" in length and weighs 1/2oz with a diving depth of 3-5ft.