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Zoom® Brush Hog Softbaits - 6"

   

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Scuppernong Candy

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California 420

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Green Pumpkin Purple Green

Green Pumpkin Purple Green

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Sprayed Grass

Sprayed Grass

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Watermelon Candy

Watermelon Candy

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Black Red Glitter

Black Red Glitter

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June Bug

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Green Pumpkin Blue Flake

Green Pumpkin Blue Flake

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Alabama Craw

Alabama Craw

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Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

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Red Bug

Red Bug

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Green Pumpkin

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Candy Bug

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Red Shad

Red Shad

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Summer Craw

Summer Craw

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Green Pumpkin Red Flake

Green Pumpkin Red Flake

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Black Emerald

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Green Pumpkin Green

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Watermelon Magic

Watermelon Magic

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Green Pumpkin Magic

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Bullfrog

Bullfrog

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Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

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Blue Fleck

Blue Fleck

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Watermelon Green Orange Flake

Watermelon Green Orange Flake

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Watermelon Candy Red

Watermelon Candy Red

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Watermelon Gold Glitter

Watermelon Gold Glitter

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Black Sapphire

Black Sapphire

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Green Pumpkin Purple Flake

Green Pumpkin Purple Flake

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022-248
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June Bug Red

June Bug Red

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Kiwi

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022-254
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Watermelon Purple Glitter

Watermelon Purple Glitter

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022-138
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Rootbeer Pepper Green Flake

Rootbeer Pepper Green Flake

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022-097
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  • Wholly realistic
  • Super-soft to the touch
  • Extra action
  • Salt-impregnated
There are plastic baits, and then there are Zoom baits. The difference is undeniable. For those who lay it on the line every time out, there can be no other choice. Every Zoom soft plastic bait is wholly realistic, super-soft to the touch (for the extra action needed to pull that reluctant money fish) and salt-impregnated to hold even the most tentative bite.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 137 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great buy One of the best softbaits I have used during pre spawn September 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great for largemouth This lre is great for largemouth bass. Used with a weedless Jig, it looks so similar to the natural thing. I always catch them when I let it sit during my retrieve. August 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by It is Zoom, always great Used these in a bass tourney in Louisiana, fish catching gear all the way! August 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great bait No bait works all the time and all baits work some of the time but in the correct conditions the brush hog is a pretty darn good bait. It fishes well, seems to stand on end in a way the fish like, and once it gets beat up, you can cut off the end and reuse it. The diameter of the body is just right for a 4/0 hook. July 23, 2014
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Ive used it in stained water here in TX's Fayette Lake and it has moderate results. It's a better color in cleaner or lightly stained water. Try watermelon candy or any of its variants
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Hi, Sprayed Grass color is great for dirty and clean water applications; this is an excellent multi-purpose color. In addition, do not be fooled by the dense color in the package. Put this bait under some sunlight and you will see how attractive this color will be in the water. Thanks
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Green Pumpkin seems to be dark enough to been seen in stained water but still looks like a natural color.
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Hi, here are some general guidelines for selecting the right color to match your situation:

1. Clear Water. Color selection is critical when faced with clear conditions as fish are able to give baits a serious once-over from a distance. In clear water—match the hatch. I hate using that all-so-tired cliché, but it's so applicable. Clear water dictates a pattern that closely mimics the predominant baitfish in the particular bay, bayou, river, flat or blue water you're fishing. If it's killifish, then by all means use a killifish pattern. Knowledge of the local water always helps with clear-water color selections.

2. Semi-Stained Water. In mildly stained water, opt for relatively neutral colors. Why this may be hard to believe, in the water, blue, red and orange all appear neutral.

3. Overcast, Dark Days. When overcast, opt for dark colors; these include black, gold and varying shades of gray.

4. Bright, Clear Days. On bright, bluebird days lean toward light colors. These include white, chartreuse, chrome and silver.

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Juen bug red when its darker out
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Pumpkin or Watermelon
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My fav, blue fleck, but diff colors work better under diff conditions so don't lock yourself into one color, change it up, speed,color, technique, etc. until you find what works. Good luck!
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good ol pumpkin is what they tear up around here!
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Any color as long as it's watermelon candy or red shad...
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I like black -- then try pumpkin with some sparkle or flakes
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The colors that have come through for me most often are the green to brown colors. especially in clear water. I have noticed that naturally colored lures get more hits and catch more bass than brightly colored lures.
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Go with a Green Pumpkin June Bug Beaver Bug instead of a brush hog. It wont take you long to figure out why.
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I fish at choke canyon in south texas.
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The brush hog is actually an excellent bait for spawning bass, however, I would downsize a little from your usual hook and weight. A really slow flutter effect has worked best for me in the spawning months
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In my opinion and many others the best soft plastic is a brush hog The femail and male bass are very aggressive during this time peroid and will eat anything that comes around their young.But the best by far is the brush hog.
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I like to use a medium to small sized tube (natural colors) texas rigged with a bullet sinker and drop it on their head, sight fishing
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Use any crawdad bait like the chigger craw, crack craw, Netbait paca craw or use grubs rig them with a texas rig or on a jig you want something that goes on the bottom near there beds
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I have baught many different sizes and shapes of hooks but none of them seem to fit right. So, i was just wondering if anyone has found a hook that will fit this bait perfectly.
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2/0 for baby brush hog
3/0 or 4/0 for large hog

Recommend Gamakatsu EWG (Extra Wide Gap) hooks.
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I just recently read a review that suggested 3/0 Gamakatsu EWG hooks. I tried them today and wow what a difference. Difference is I could catch fish before but now I spend a lot of time removing hook from fish. That's a good thing. Less lost fish. If using 6" Brush Hog then bullet not needed. If Baby Brush hog then I like a 1/8th bullet.
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I like the 4/0 xps bass pro brand wide gap hooks.
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look at an Owner off set worm gap and match size to your bait either a baby brush hog or full size one. That is what I use and work fantastic!!
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i like to fish these with a owners 2/0 or 3/0 offset shank with a 3/16 oz bullet weight on the front
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I use 4/0 Owner riggin hooks, usually with 3/16 oz wt, and 15 lb flourocarbon.
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gamakatsu wide gap 4/0
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#5 ewg hook
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I have used the brush hog for years and have experimented with a lot of hooks.The best fit, weight, and size for the hog is the Owner 4/0 offset hook black chrome #5301-141 (item#446155) With these hooks I catch'em and they stay hooked!
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I fish the Baby Brush Hog quite a bit. I like the #2 or #3 Owner staight worm hook. It seldom lets me down rigged texas style with 3/16 or 1/8 bullet weight or jig.
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Try a Gamakatsu 5/0 EWG hook
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8 per package
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its an 8 pack
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You get three in total.
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DEPENDS ON THE SIZE THE BIGGER ONES HAVE 8. THE TINY AND BABY HOGS WOULD HOLD MORE. THEY WORK IT OUT SO THAT YOUR GETTING THE SAME AMOUNT OF PLASTIC IN TOTAL WEIGHT PER PACKAGE.
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I fish in San Diego, CA. Most of these lakes are fished 7 days a week. The bush hog has been the only solid bait for Bass. I texas rig with a 1/4 oz bullet weight and a 1/0 hook. If you slowly twitch the hog on the bottom and I mean slow, moving the tip of your rod maybe 6 inches you have a better chance of getting a strike.
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Texas rigged. But somtimes i will tear off part of the top of the bait and use it as a jig trailer.
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You can fish it with a sliding weight pegged bouncing it on the bottom
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I rig the bait Texas or Carolina with a 5/0 ewg hook. If the fish are really moving i fish it fast with a 1/4 - 1/2oz sinker and fish heavy cover or shallow or u can fish it with no weight at all and kinda swim it, Ive had good luck that way too. I really like to tear the body part of the bait off and but the tail on a jig and it makes a deadly combo in the fall. Very easy bait to fish and very productive.
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i put a nose weight on the front, and rig it weedles. flip into brush, wait a few seconds. retrieve slowly , add a few jerks. all the way to the boat. as they will follow it
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flip it in deep weeds with a 1/2oz tungsten weight.
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You can fish this bait in just about any situation you you are in. Texas rig, Carolina Rig, Etc. I like to fish them Texas Rig pegged sinker and flip and pitch to objects, stumps, tree tops, etc.
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You can fish this bait the same as plastic worms. My favorite is Carolina rigging. Rigging it Texas style is my second favorite. By Texas rigging I like to slowly swim it across the bottom. These two methods have put a many fish in my boat. But don't be hesitant to try different things. Bass seem to key in on the same presentations so try different presentations.Good Luck
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jig this bait just like you would a jig. cast or pitch it up next to cover allow it to sink to bottom .jig it a couple of times and allow to sink to bottom again and just continue that all the way back in
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I use a 1/8 oz worm wt. # 5 EWG hook.
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You can fish it Texas or Carolina style. Have also used it on the pads and works just as good as frogs or toads...
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as close to cover as possible, or on humps in deeper water ( carolina rig)
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any where weed beds,drop shot, I use it in all kinds of ways
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canals and pond, where there is a sufficiant amout of grass. best bet throw it on the the bank or on the top of the grass and pop it off almost like a frog and the bass will tear it up. thats exactly wat i did will the bass shown in the image.
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Weeds, trees, brush, drop offs, basically any bass habitat
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On or near grass beds and when spawning
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anywhere that you would throw a rubber worm, try this bait...i fish it carolina rigged and texas rigged both work excellent
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I use this bait for Pads. It is a different and deadly tactic that fish don't the bass don't see much. Rig with a 4/0 weightless hook, Texas and drag it across the top until you reach a good opening then just let it fall and HANG ON! Won multiple tournaments like this. Tight lines and good luck.
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very good around docks and in or around brushpiles .... works well with bedding bass also
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If you are fishing in a lake, I would throw it down the bank into the shallows. You can also find where there are logs, stumps, or brush pillings where bass generally hang out. To be completely honest anywhere is good to throw this bait. Just be sure it's texas rigged, that it gets to the bottom, and that you reel it slow. just in case you don't know how to texas rig a lure, here is how. Run your hook down the center of the head of the bait until you get to where the hook starts to turn. Now push the barb of your hook out of the plastic and run the head of the bait up to the eye of the hook. Right before you run the hook back through the bait, lift up the butt of the bait to where the middle of it is bowed just a little bit above the barb of your hook and then start to run it through the middle. Finally, push your hook through and stop just before you can feel the hook exiting the plastic. Now when you are fishing this bait and you feel that little tug from a bass at the end of your line, be sure that you stick your rod tip forward giving the fish a little slack. When you see the line start to move away, count to 3 and set the hook. Believe me this is a monster bass lure. Learn to use it and you'll tear them up.
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I like the pitch and flip it around lay downs and grass, but it will work for anything.
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Just throw it where you think/know where the bass are... You know like by sturctures, tree limbs, by lily pads, tule...
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