Bass Pro Shops Billed Mini-Z9R Swimbaits
I'm going to say pretty much what everyone says. You have to take the back hook off if you want any kind of action out of this thing. I let some slack out of my line and watched the bait in the water before i took the hook off and could see what others were talking about. I took the hook off and casted and caught a fish on the very first cast.
ill probably buy another in the bluegill patter for other water conditions.
June 24, 2010
Recently I purchased 2 of the mini Z9R billed swim baits, I bought the Rainbow Trout and the Baby Bass colors. I was very pleased with the performance of these lures, excellent motion through the water, exceptional casting distance and the smallmouth bass hit them like a ton of bricks, amazing lure and i would highly reccommend it to anyone who wants to catch a bunch of fish! I will definitly be buying more of these
September 13, 2010
Lipped Vs Lipless
I tested the mini Z9R (lipped and lipless) vs the KickTail as seen on TV. The Z9R lipped has a lot of action but the frequency of the side to side wobbles are about twice that of the KickTail. The unlipped is worthless. Don't waste your money!!! It tracks perfectly straight even after I took off the rear treble hook. I can't believe they would even market the lipless version as a swim bait.
March 3, 2010
Here is a little trick!
Bought one today and its swimming action was good. I took off the rear hook and the swimming action DOUBLED! With the rear hook off you get a perfect S motion at very slow speeds. You're not going to believe how real this little thing looks in the water. Its so small one belly hook is all you need. Casting was good also. I threw it on spinning outfit. It weighs almost 1/2 ounce.
January 28, 2010