In terms of geometry, the stick-bait has long stretched body without any evident outdents and active elements, which actually makes it a passive lure. Hama Stick is in demand for drop shot angling, as well as in heavily overgrown water bodies. The lure is mounted on an offset hook without a split shot, the tip of the hook is hidden in a special indent thoughtfully designed by LJ experts. Thus, the lure smoothly goes through heavy tangled water vegetation. Due to the use of soft and flexible plastic, Hama Stick realistically plays in the water, provoking the predatory fish to attack. The predator that attacked the lure fearlessly swallows it; if the striking was not successful, having tasted the mackerel lure the predator makes repeated attack attempts until it catches the lure, thus multiplying the chances of the angler. Hama Stick lure has great casting range, which will appeal any angler! Apart from that, the lure is designed in attracting size and colour grade – perfectly imitates forage base of zander, perch and pike.
Brand Lucky John started as a hobby. It brought together a group of people with similar interests – and the hobby turned into a business.
In 1988, Mr. Janis Stikuts – a multiple champion of Latvia and the Baltic States in different types of fishing sports – along with other fishing enthusiasts, decided, that every fisherman should be able to use high quality spinners, crankbaits and other spinning lures, which were a real rarity at that time. So they set up a small factory to start the production.
At the beginning, the product range was relatively small – 13 rotating spinners, each in two colors, 2 wobblers in two colors, 4 spoons, one Devon, 14 fly fishing flies, 8 winter lures, a few wind- rings and buckles. There was no absolute certainty, that the products will reach the market, but that’s how the Lucky John story started.