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Zoom® Lizard - 4'' Creature Softbaits

   

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Black Red Glitter

Black Red Glitter

4"

15

Model:
005-001
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  • SKU: 390065

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June Bug

June Bug

4"

15

Model:
005-005
  • $4.59

  • SKU: 301536

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Chartreuse Pepper

Chartreuse Pepper

4"

15

Model:
005-009
  • $4.59

  • SKU: 301537

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Pumpkin

Pumpkin

4"

15

Model:
005-013
  • $4.59

  • SKU: 301539

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Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

4"

15

Model:
005-019
  • $4.59

  • SKU: 301542

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Red Bug

Red Bug

4"

15

Model:
005-021
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  • SKU: 390067

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Cotton Candy

Cotton Candy

4"

15

Model:
005-023
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  • SKU: 390068

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

4"

15

Model:
005-025
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Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

4"

15

Model:
005-054
  • $4.59

  • SKU: 390070

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Rated 5 out of 5 by Zoom® Lizard - 4'' Creature Softbaits Review The Zoom lizard is one of or most recommended soft baits for bass. Great action from it's tail and arms. We've caught numerous large mouth with the lizard. June 9, 2013
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What hooks work best?

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Gamakatsu 1/0 with the 4 inch lizards and 2/0 or 3/0 on 6 inch lizards
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The are any number of options for hooks to use. The last time out on our local lake we had success with the Eagle Claw 2/0.
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Keeper hooks in a green pack have a thing you insert. In the front of the bait
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try the tesposer offset hook...work best texas rig...i use a size 2 .that will place the hook right behine the lizard head ..so the body will swim ...
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I used a long shank panfish hook and i had a pretty good hook up rate
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I use Offset shank worm hooks. Gamakatsu but other brands work well also. Match the size hook with the size lizard. 1/0 for 4 or 5 inch lizards. Larger hooks for larger lizards.
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Gamakatsu 0/2 offset wide gap
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To what hooks work the best that all depends on the size of your lure, you want the hook to go from the tip to about middle of the lures body. The hook I would use is a Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Magna Superlock Hooks. Very strong hooks.
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for these smaller 4" lizards, I would use a 1/0 extra-wide gap hook. Any brand will work, Gamakatsu, Mustad, Eagle Claw, etc.
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I am new at lizard fishing and I dont know what colors to use.
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Use dark colors for muddy water & natural colors (watermelon & green pumpkin, etc) for clear water.
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Watermellon seed works great in AZ
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If you wanna know what colors you use it all depends on the day. If its a nice sunny bright day I would recommend using a bright color like neon green (They do have it) or on dark cloudy days use a darker color so it matchs the enviroment.
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I recommend sticking with the basics for my lizard presentations.

For fish the gin clear waters of the north I would recommend a green pumpkin or a water-mellow.

For the more stained colored waters or late day/early morning I would recommend a black, pumpkin, or green pumpkin again.

There or many different various and colors in lizards. I would recommend starting with the basics and ask the bodies of water best know fishing store what they think. You can also go a little further with researching different lake bait fish and forage. Just because maybe a lizard is not a main item on the fishes food chain you can fool the fish with a different coloed lizard. An example is that if you have a pumpkin colored lizard and a main forage on a body of water for the time of the year has a hatch of brown crayfish you can fool the fish with the lizard. They may get used to seeing the traditional colored crayfish but a different bait such as the lizard looks "cool" and the fish may give it a try!

I hope this help and good luck with your learning!
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4 or 6 inch, pumkin seed or junebug color always work best for me. I use them with lead head 1/8 or 1/16th ounce, depending on current .
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Cotton candy in all sizes
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You can go by the "rule of thumb" and use darker colors on bright days and brighter on dark days - but really, that does not always work and some do the opposite! Try this;
Try more natural colors like the greens/pumpkin seed but also add a red/black fleck as well. If you live in a region that has lizard type creatures/salamanders, etc - try the natural colors first. I use Pumpkin seed and red/black fleck often and they both work great. Good Fishing
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green pumkin is the best color, no questions asked, no other color even comes close
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green pumpkin is what works here for me in NC. They seem to git more bites in the spring, but that is just in the river I fish most. My buddies fish them all year with good results.
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I have been using the watermelon seed lizard for the past two years. I have caught bass on it everytime I have fished the many lakes in my area. The only exception was fishing a dark river and then I switched to a black curly tail plastic worm and caught 3 bass. I think the lizard bumped along the bottom is a great lure. I recommend light color for clear water and dark colors for dark water.
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Pumpkin is the only color color I use. It works so great, never had to try another color. I prefer the mini lizard over the larger lizards. The mini lizards tend to get beat up after bass hit em.. I usually get about 2 bass/per lizard before I have to put on another. I always have a minimum of 2 bags in my box at all times. Outstanding Zoom product!
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