Strike King Zero
this lure may be more powerful if it were slightly heavier on one end for flipping action to give it more attraction and liveliness. Thank you
March 23, 2006
I've used practically every brand of this style worm under the sun and I can safely say strike king is the best. While every "dinger" style worm catches a ton of fish if you use them right, the strike king's durability puts it head and shoulders above the rest of them. Yums, senkos, tiki sticks, slurpies- all of them last (if your lucky) up to four bass before you retire them to wacky rigging. My average for zeros is about 12 before they are either too torn up or start floating. So definitely way more bang for the buck, and they are cheaper than most of the other brands anyways. I don't leave home without them.
May 18, 2009
One of my favorites
This worm in the Bama Craw and the watermelon/red flake colors just absolutely kills the largemouth in the river near my house, I've had individual worms that catch fish non stop for multiple days, I've even caught bass on pieces of these worms. The only bad thing I've noticed about these worms is that sometimes there is a defective one that decides to float instead of sink after a while of fishing it, there is an upside to that though... the worms that float are an amazing topwater lure! I have to say these are some of the best worms I've ever used and they will forever have a place in my tackle box.
November 16, 2013
Beats all other worms!
We have been using these for over 2 years. I have bags full of other soft baits. Nothing keeps the fish biting like ZEROS!! I get one strike and miss with other baits and either the bait is torn or the fish wont strike again. With StrikKing Zeros, the fish keep coming back for more. I can easily catch over 5 fish with the same worm!! The soft texture is more realistic than any others out there. I have stopped wasting my money on all the rest.Please don't stop making these awesome baits! (tip...do not store these out of their original packaging, their special material will gunk up other plastics.)
September 18, 2012