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
skeptic becomes a believer
I am from georgia and I have been skeptical of swimbaits since I first saw them. I broke down and bought two of these yesterday at the basspro in Atlanta. It swims great and looks really nice in the water but the real test of any lure is whether or not it will catch fish consistently. I took it out this afternoon and the bite was slow I threw it out and first cast I caught a 3 pound bass. Then on the 4 cast I caught a 7 pound bass. this lure is awesome for the price and now Im thinking of buying some more expensive swimbaits the lures are pretty amazing.
June 6, 2010
This swimbait does imitate a baitfish well in the water but it takes more movement of the rod tip then other similar swimbaits. It requires a constant slight jerking to give it its swimming movement.
June 1, 2010
Great Lure for big bass and snook
This lure works well in both fresh and salt water. Its action is very lifelike! I have caught some of my biggest bass on this lure. One 7 pounder and one 4 pounder within 30 minutes with this lure.
April 7, 2010