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
TH Marine talked with offshore boating electronics guru, Chris Baxter. From his vantage point with Zoom Bait…
What if we told you two summertime “orphans,” the Dead Ringer (8-inch) and the Double Ringer, could be exactly the lures you need this summer?
ZOOM Pro Gerald Swindle keeps his soft plastic selection very simple when targeting summer bass.
The Zoom Super Fluke is one of the best options for coaxing strikes from bass.
If you’re lucky, this is the month when the big females start moving shallow to spawn in your neck of the woods. It’s the time of year you cannot get to the lake soon enough nor fish long enough.
“It gets a lot harder to follow the bait in the wintertime,” says Alabama pro Gerald Swindle. “This is the hardest time of year to follow the schools.”
Drew Gregory from RiverBassin.com just posted this video on the Zoom Ultra-Vibe Speed Craw. He got some real nice under water shots of the Speed Craw. Thanks for sharing Drew!!!
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.
The Magnum Shakey has a little bit longer profile and more tail action than the regular shakey head worm.
Check out this Zoom Fluke chart to see a breakdown of the various Zoom flukes.
Zoom pro Terry Bolton suggests putting summer-time plastics on a diet