Few bass baits provide the sheer versatility and fish-catching ability of a soft jerkbait. Fluke-style plastics like the ZOOM Super Fluke make the top of the list; Wired2Fish’s Kyle Peterson demonstrates why in this action-packed video covering how to catch bass on the bank and scatted along extensive glass flats.
Terry Bolton from Paducah, Ky. sometimes struggles with missed bites from indecisive fish that swipe at a bait without committing. But he’s found a better way to rig soft jerkbaits for bass fishing to alleviate this problem.
Clay Dyer explains/shows a few different ways to rig a Zoom Bait Fluke Stick. #FishCatchingMachine
By winning the first Bassmaster Open of 2016 – the Southern Open on Florida’s Lake Toho — Tennessee pro Wesley Strader became the first angler to qualify for the 2017 Bassmaster Classic.
Casey Ashley used the Zoom Super Fluke Jr., a silent killer, to win the 2015 Bassmaster Classic on Lake Hartwell.
When the Bassmaster Classic kicks off this week, Casey Ashley certainly won’t be the only competitor to have a jig or two on the deck of his bass boat.
Stanley Jigs new Double-Take frog hook with a Zoom Horny Toad!
Ever since Zoom introduced the Horny Toad, a soft-plastic weedless buzzing frog that tickles the water’s surface with its unique paddle feet, bass have not been able to resist it.
Zoom Pro Marty Stone describes how he rigs the Zoom Ol Monster and Mag II. He gives a real neat tip on how to eliminate line twist when texas rigging these worms.
We have received a lot of questions here at zoombait.com about how to rig a fluke.