Creek Chub Striper Strike Lures
by Creek Chub
$8.99 - $9.99
|3 1/2''||3/4 oz||Select Color||$8.99 USD|
|4 1/4''||1 1/2 oz||Select Color||$9.99 USD|
The Striper Strike delivers long casts, unsurpassed durability and trophy-tough hardware. An excellent choice for fishing surf, below dams or anywhere long-casting surface lures are needed. The Striper Strike does not float and is designed to be retrieved quickly.
3.5 Stars based on 13 reviews
August 2, 2017
Not my favorite topwater
Have to work them fast to keep the lure on the surface. I agree with other reviews, not really a popper, more of a pencil stick bait. I purchased the metallic one and the chrome paint is chipping off after just a few outings. Have yet to catch a fish on it.
By Will Anderson
December 18, 2016
Highly Effective if Used Properly
This lure should be used when the water is pretty calm and there is bait near the surface so that the bass are surface oriented. It is also important to give it the proper action: get it moving slowly as soon as it hits the water to keep it from sinking then skitter it across the surface about 6 feet then pop it gently a couple times and repeat until a striper knocks the you- know- what out of it. I've had real good luck with Striper Strikes for over 50 years but you've got to use them properly.
ProsImitates a panicked baitfish Casts like a bullet Spectacular hits
Consrequires a certain degree of operator skill
August 3, 2016
Better worked as a pencil
Great little lure for bass and blues. Work it more like a pencil than a regular popper.
November 8, 2015
Time tested lure
This lure has stood the test of time and continues to catch fish today. It casts very well and must be retrieved quickly with some pumping action to cause surface disruption. I swap out the rear treble hook with a single dressed hook.
Conshooks may rust if not rinsed.
June 9, 2015
not a fan of these plugs
havent caught many fish on them some people like them just have not worked for me
Long Branch, NJ
June 8, 2015
An Old Time Favorite
Can't stock my new jetty back without one of these time proven fish catchers!!! If you don't have at least one, get one!!! Enough said!!!
new york, NY
May 19, 2015
Small stick bait. Works like needle plug but look like pencil. retrive just retrive make a action. small and strong
May 18, 2015
It is not bad
It has a very good action but I don't catch many fish with it. It is not bad.
April 2, 2015
It's effective, but not as good as an atom popper.
new york, NY
March 26, 2015
It is popper shape but actually is closed to darter. not much action. But cast really well
January 2, 2015
my first lure
one of these poppers was my first striper lure and i still have some they are good when schoolies are on top and feeding. decent plug
September 26, 2014
Ok, but not great.
Not that great used multiple times and no fish...
July 2, 2013
Should've been a 3 and half star rating, but 4 will do. Its not a 3 star because it catches fish, but the finish does not hold up well and starts to bubble and peel after a couple outings. Hooks and all metal components start to rust quickly, even if rinsed in fresh water and dried. Metallic color worked best for me during the fall run a couple years ago. Lure has good action and appearence, easy to match the hatch when baitfish is in the 4-6 inch range and silver or white in color, but I prefer a Atom Striper Swiper instead now. Its also a subsurface popper, it is not a surface popper, so it is meant to sink after the pop or when sitting still.
ProsCasts well and can match the hatch.
ConsFinish bubbles and peels after a couple outings and all metal components rust quickly.