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The double fluke rig aka donkey rig is one of the finest presentations on lakes where bass feed heavily on suspended baitfish. It originated on the blueback herring lakes of the south but its use has spread throughout the country (where legal).
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.
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Congratulations to all of our Zoom Pros at last week’s Bassmaster tournament on the St. Lawrence River. Top Pro Brandon Palaniuk finished up the final regular season tournament in 7th.
Clay Dyer explains/shows a few different ways to rig a Zoom Bait Fluke Stick. #FishCatchingMachine
Congratulations to all of our Zoom Pros at last week’s FLW Championship Tournament, the Forrest Wood Cup on Lake Ouachita. Top Zoom Pro Brandon Cob fished all three days and finished up in 9th overall.
Congratulations to our ZOOM Pros that have qualified for the 2018 FLW Forrest Wood Cup on Lake Ouachita. The official tournament will kick off the morning of Friday, August 10th at Brady Mountain Resort & Marina in Royal, AR.
Terry Bolton talks varying retrieves, weights, worm sizes and more to make a Texas-rigged, ribbon-tail plastic worm catch more bass when ledge fishing.
Congratulations to all of our Zoom Pros at last week’s Bassmaster tournament on Lake Oahe. Top pros, Casey Ashley and Edwin Evers, fished all four days and finished up in 2nd and 12th, respectively.
Congratulations to all of our Zoom Pros at this past week’s Bassmaster tournament on the Mississippi River. Three Zoom Bait Pros made it to fish Championship Sunday; Randall Tharp – 3rd, Casey Ashley – 9th and Wesley Strader – 12th.
Congratulations to all of our Zoom Pros at last week’s Bassmaster tournament on the Sabine River. Gerald Swindle and Brandon Palaniuk fished all four days and finished up in 2nd and 7th, respectively.
Gerald Swindle talks about the loss of Ed Chambers, owner of Zoom Baits. The man who gave him one of his first sponsorships and turned into a good friend.
After 17 Forrest Wood Cup appearances and two Bassmaster Classic qualifications, and as he nears the $2 million mark in career winnings, Wesley Strader still just wants to fish. Whether it’s bluegills, catfish, or the bass that pay his mortgage, he said that “the more I fish, the more comfortable I am with my equipment and my mechanics.”
A tireless worker, thinker and tinkerer, Chambers was a pillar in the industry, a reluctant legend. Thank you to Todd Ceisner from BassFan and all involved in this tribute for Ed Chambers Sr.
A giant of our industry died Tuesday. Ed Chambers, the founder and owner of Zoom Bait Company, was 78 years old. Thank you to Ken Duke of Fishing Tackle Retailer for this wonderful tribute story.
It is with great sadness, founder of Zoom Bait Company, William Edward Chambers Sr. passed early Tuesday morning.
Our Zoom Pros did not disappoint! There were a lot of fish catches last week while the Bassmaster Elite Series took on Grand Lake – Grove, OK. Our guys brought about 450 pounds of bass to the scales. Great job to all our guys!
The 2018 Bassmaster Classic on Lake Hartwell is in the books. From start to finish it was a nail biter. Zoom Bait Pro Edwin Evers held the 2nd place spot after days one and two. Gerald Swindle …
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