Heddon® Zara® Spook®
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Introduced in 1939, the Zara Spook's legendary ''walk-the-dog'' top water action has been written about more than any other fishing lure. To fish a Heddon Zara Spook, use a rhythmic, slack-line retrieve that makes the Zara Spook walk from left to right, back and forth. The Zara Spook's plump profile is a tantalizing target for bass and pike. Hooks: two #1/0.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 94
Rated 5 out of 5 by Troyfish Best Top-Water EVER!
I buy all my Zara Spooks from BPS, I can't get enough of this lure! I have some on the way being delivered as I write this. It walks the dog like a champ, draws out strikes like no other top-water hard-bait I have ever used, even the Hula Popper. Just twitch and retrieve. My biggest bass ever has came off of one of these tipping the scales at 6 lbs 9oz. Nothing beats seeing a bass smash this off the top of the water. One disadvantage everyone that uses a spook will mention is that the out of box hooks, well, stink. I replace them with #1/0 Mustad KVD Elite 1X Strong 2X Short Silver Hooks (available on this site :D), and then keep the out of box hooks for emergencies. I don't add split rings though, no need with Mustads. My #1 go-to Lure!
September 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by SkeeterZX200 Great Walking Bait
The Zara Spook has great walking action, is easy to work and can be cast like a rocket
November 3, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by M0H0 One Fine Plug
Very easy to walk this thing . I tried this plug for Stripers off of the Massachusetts coast. Let me tell you this plug worked when NOTHING( including live bait) else would. After a while everyone there came up to me and asked what I was using. They were shocked when I showed them this freshwater Spook. The only drawback was the hooks and the hangers rusted away so I had to give it a 4.
September 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
by AbuDave Great Lure
My absolute favorite topwater lure. It is without a doubt the most consistent topwater in my arsenal. Even when a fish misses it, walking it back to the boat faster to look like a fleeing baitfish will usually draw another strike. That is how I caught the bass in the picture. No need to break the bank on a Lucky Craft Sammy, this is the only walking bait you will ever need.
September 2, 2013
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