Zoom Horny Toad
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Talk about splendor in the grass! The Zoom® Horny Toad is renowned for its ability to pull heavy bass from heavy cover. Just rig it weedless and buzz it through the densest slop in the lake, where no other buzzbait would dare to go; the Horny Toad's Ultra Vibe paddle feet produce a constant surface-tickling sputter that draws chasers in from a distance—and then they blow up on it like there's no tomorrow. It's power fishing at its best, and it works wherever bass swim, in all types of water. Great as a search bait, the Zoom Horny Toad is loaded with tasty salt, so you can delay the hookset as needed. Be sure to use stout tackle! Made in USA.
- Deadly soft-plastic buzzer for heavy cover
- Goes where other buzzbaits can't
- Ultra Vibe paddle feet produce a constant sputter
- Draws aggressive bass from far away
- Great as a search bait, in all water
- Heavily salt-impregnated
Year after year, Zoom Baits remain the hottest soft plastics in bass fishing. Zoom softbaits are legendary for their uncanny fish-producing ability, and rare is the tournament angler who will leave the dock without a good supply in the boat. Wholly realistic, super-soft to the touch, and salt-impregnated, Zoom softbaits have the look, the action, and the flavor needed to make fish bite down hard, and fight to hang on.
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2. In weeds, moss, lilly pads, etc. (my favorite), use a non-weighted screw in type single or double frog hook no. 4 or 5. Skip, flip or cast light color toad in that money spot. Let it sink briefly and retrieve. The faster you retrieve the quicker it get and stays on top. They seem to be relatively weedless so let that hook come out the top of his back. When you find a hole in the moss or lilly pads stop and let him sink. I have caught quite a few on the fall. Use braided line and rip him out. White is pretty good!
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