Zoom Fluke - 4''
a friend had some of the 3 inchers and they were just what the fish wanted in the tail waters below milford dam in kansas, we caught wipers and waleye. just through it upstream and let it drift in the curent. the strikes would come just as it was coming out if the fast water into the slack water. i tryed other lures and no luck but when i had a fluke on they would bite. would like to try them out of a boat some time. max
May 7, 2010
verrry realistic action. will fool anything that catches a glimpse of it. good for covering water in weedy ponds. could be a tad heavier for weightless texas rigs
September 2, 2009
Great Realistic Bait!
This bait is awesome to use, very realistic looks like a wounded, dying fish. Bass just bust on this lure as you work it across the top. My partner needed to get into one of the compartments on his boat, I was standing on it so, I moved and stopped working the fluke while he got what he needed. By the time I got back to the fluke it had settled toward the bottom when I started reeling I had a fish on the line. Works shallow, works deep, this bait just catches fish! I don't use the standard hooks, I use the Gamakatsu finess wide gap hook and hook it through the nose. Its "almost" weedless and the hooksets are a breeze.
August 22, 2009
I fish the Saginaw and Tittabawassee river systems in the spring and fall runs for Walleyes and tried to find something to replace the hassle of live bait and believe me this bait works better than live baits. I use the 4in. white pearl or albino colors. I use them on 5/16th jigs which I make myself, I find that 3/8th is just a little too heavy, yellow powder paint. I bite about a 1/4 in off the head so they have a better fit on the jig. The fish in the pic was taken in the fall of '09. Last fall was the first time I started using these baits. A fellow fisherman turned me on to them, thank goodness.
December 10, 2010