Zoom Lizard - 4''
If you're not fishing smaller creature-type soft baits like the 4" Zoom® Lizard, then you're missing out on some great finesse action. Bass love juicy lizards any time of year, but they absolutely hate them during the spring when the 4-legged beasts are notorious for raiding their nests! Ultra-realistic, super-soft, and salt impregnated, with a high-action tail and appendages that will have bass charging in to make contact. Great for Texas or Carolina rigging. Made in USA.
- Smaller size for finesse work
- Realistic look
- Super-soft body
- High-action tail
Year after year, Zoom Baits remain the hottest soft plastics in bass fishing. Zoom soft baits 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 soft baits have the look, the action, and the flavor needed to make fish bite down hard, and fight to hang on.
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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!
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