You can never have too many softbaits for pike and it is probably one of the most common way of fishing for pike. There is different sizes, shapes and actions so it is easy to adapt and vary you way of fishing from day to day. The most common softbaits have a paddle tail or curlytail. You can change the depth of fishing quick by adding a flexhead or put on a clip weight to make your lure swim deeper. If you want to fish very shallow it is enough with a shallow screw (often it is included in your stinger but if you you can find screws here).
Our favorite softbaits for pike is Flatnose Shad and Fatnose Shad, perfect to use all year around and you can fish them deep or shallow, whatever you need. If you need any help with tips and tricks, color or model choice we are in the chat bubble to the right!