Heddon® Wounded Zara Spook
The ultimate double-prop lure brings the big ones to the top time and time again. Fished in a "ripping" motion, it makes a ton of racket--even in choppy water! Great for bass, musky and pike.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 26 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by TONY1976 WOUNDED SPOOK WORKED GOOD AND CAUGHT FISH. GOOD COLORS AND DURABLE. NEXT TO IMPOSSIBLE TO THROW WITH BRAIDED LINE HOWEVER. LINE WOULD WIND UP AROUND FRONT PROP AND IMPAIR ACTION. USE MONO. October 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by NHBassCatcher01 You'll love this I fish this around weeds and have great results. It is a big lure and it catches big fish. I have caught the biggest bass of my life with this lure and I use it every time if fish. I am buying another one in case I lose it because I don't want to go without one. Many of my friends bought one after they saw the monsters I catch with mine. Great for bass and pickerel. August 3, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by bigfishken1 Only Spook I don't like! I've had very little luck with this lure unlike all the other Spooks I've used and had success with for many years. June 13, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by papasteve1959 Wrong SIze Thought I ordered the wrong size when I opened my on-line package from Bass Pro Shops. This lure seemed way to big. Silly me, it only comes in one size. After using it a few times, I can only say there is no such thing as too big, and if it ain't broke don't fix it! May 31, 2011
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A:Most fish that can eat it, really (bass, pickerel, pike, etc...)
The main idea is any fish that will prey on others (leaves a very wide variety) but suffice to say bass & pickerel would be fun!
A:Try doing a real nice and slow lure retrieve and that might help.
A:Line twist can be helped by continually checking your blades. Any number of things can knock them out of alignment. Work the lure next to the boat and watch it for twisting. Keep adjusting the blades until they spin with little or no friction. It's not easy because ajusting the blades will also affect the sound and water spray. It will take time, but there is a median where you get both the prop action without the twist. Good fishing.
(This lure when working correctly can actually get your rod busted. When grandma grabs it, the hooks can be straightened out as well as you end up just setting there with the rod butt in your hands). My best is a 9# Black Bass on a shad colored old style WS.
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