Zoom Big Salty Chunk
this trailer is so easy to use compaired to a real pork trailer. It may not have the same sent as a pork trailer so I just spray mine with attractant.
February 15, 2009
I tried the big salty chunk for the first time this spring. I made myself switch from the pork frogs that I have used for years when bass fishing with hair and plastic jigs. One reason I changed was the cost of the pork frogs and the fact they are hard to remove once on a jig. I use Jacks garlic juice and my favorite 1/2 oz football head deer hair jig and the Zoom chunk and catch as many if not more than with the higher cost pork frog.The ZOOM chunks hold up very well to fish and are very eazy to put on and take off a jig hook. The zoom chunks have replace the pork. I fish at night for bass and a black jig with a black or balck blue Zoom chunks is my favorite bass bait for the night bite. Good luck fishing.
June 8, 2010
Looks very realistic
I bought a jig 'n pig setup based on the recommendation of a fellow angler. I did not think it would look very realistic. However, when I saw it in the water, it changed my mind. I tried it out and caught a bass the first time I tried it. It looks very much like a crawdad when it is bouncing along the bottom. Try the pumpkin color and match it with a similar color rattling jig (BPS Enticer Pro Series Rattling Jig for example). All sizes of the zoom trailer seem to work well.
February 25, 2008
These have put bass in my boat from spring to fall. I have had good results fishing these shallow, off of points and along shelves. You can cut a little length off of them, trim your weedguard and spray them with yum crawfish attractant to get better hookups. The black and blue colors have produced the best for me. They are also durable, I have caught fish all day with the same on on my jig. Great Product!!!
March 17, 2008