125-026,-Blueberry,-Zoom-Fluke-StickSoft plastic stickbaits and jerkbaits are two of the most popular items amongst bass fishermen, with nary a respectable tackle box being caught without one or both year-round. The reason for their popularity is simple: soft plastic stickbaits and jerkbaits catch fish, and lots of them. 

It’s little surprise, then, that we found a way to blend both bait styles to create a lure that will catch fish under nearly any conditions, any time of the year.

Our new 6.25-inch Fluke Stick has a forked tail and ribbed body, which work in unison to create dynamic action, even on slack line.

When fished weightless with a light-wire hook, the heavy-salt lure has a shimmying, gliding action akin to a stickbait. When twitched, however, it acts much like a ZOOM Super Fluke, but more of a rolling, darting, erratic action. It really is two baits in one allowing an angler to change up how it’s fished even during the same cast.

For example, he can make a cast and allow it to fall along a piece of cover without imparting any additional action. Then, if there are no takers, an angler can twitch the lure near the surface back to the boat.

The hybrid lure is a doozy when fished on a drop shot as well, for the tail slithers back and forth from the pressure of the water alone.

The Fluke Stick, available soon at a retail store near you, will be featured in the following nine colors.

Available Colors:


  1. I want it in pearl holigram. Just like the Z-Nail what happened to those ? Won several tournaments on the Z-Nail in pearl holigram

  2. Alpha Male’s suggestion about the 4.25 inch Junior is right on the money. I know it would work extremely well and may even present a new set of motions due to being shorter………adding a concave “face” would increase motion options as well. Hydrodynamically, a concave surface can work wonders. Good fishing, Mac

  3. Caught 4 pound largemouth on my first cast with fluke stick. This was the first time this bait ever hit my lake and the bass killed it.

  4. Always wondered why Zoom didn’t have a stick worm in their line up; now they finally do! That fork tail pulsing on the bottom while dead-sticking will only help things. Wish they had black, but junebug and green pumpkin will do for now.

  5. Always wondered why Zoom didn’t put out a stick worm; now we finally have one. Love the fork tail feature. When that tail is pulsing on the bottom while dead-sticking, those diggers will pounce!

  6. I used this new Zoom bait this morning on Lake Okeechobee and the bass just inhaled them. They definitely will be a permanent lure in my tackle box.

  7. This is needed in the Blue Pearl Hologram. What would be the order requirment for a special run ?

  8. I’ll pick some up this weekend at Simmons sporting goods and I work great I would like to see them in 4.25″ , they are heavy so you can cast them a mile, I caught about 7 or 8 bass on one bait !!! That means a lot to me. ZOOM my hats off to You keep doing what y’all are doing y’all make a great product !!!

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