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California 420

California 420

6"

9

Model:
002-308
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Green Pumpkin Purple Green

Green Pumpkin Purple Green

6"

9

Model:
002-349
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Watermelon Candy

Watermelon Candy

6"

9

Model:
002-120
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Black Red Glitter

Black Red Glitter

6"

9

Model:
002-001
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Mossy Pumpkin

Mossy Pumpkin

6"

9

Model:
002-002
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Electric Blue

Electric Blue

6"

9

Model:
002-003
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  • SKU: 519395

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Plum

Plum

6"

9

Model:
002-004
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June Bug

June Bug

6"

9

Model:
002-005
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Chartreuse Pepper

Chartreuse Pepper

6"

9

Model:
002-009
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  • SKU: 301510

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Chartreuse Pumpkin

Chartreuse Pumpkin

6"

9

Model:
002-012
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  • SKU: 390056

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Pumpkin

Pumpkin

6"

9

Model:
002-013
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  • SKU: 301511

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Pumpkin Firetail

Pumpkin Firetail

6"

9

Model:
002-014
  • $2.89

  • SKU: 390057

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Pumpkin Chartreuse

Pumpkin Chartreuse

6"

9

Model:
002-015
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  • SKU: 301512

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Blue Flash

Blue Flash

6"

9

Model:
002-016
  • $2.89

  • SKU: 446747

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Gourd Green

Gourd Green

6"

9

Model:
002-017
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  • SKU: 301513

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Cherry Seed

Cherry Seed

6"

9

Model:
002-018
  • $2.89

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Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

6"

9

Model:
002-019
  • $2.89

  • SKU: 301514

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Chameleon

Chameleon

6"

9

Model:
002-020
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  • SKU: 390059

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Red Bug

Red Bug

6"

9

Model:
002-021
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Smokin' Blue

Smokin' Blue

6"

9

Model:
002-022
  • $2.89

  • SKU: 446750

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Cotton Candy

Cotton Candy

6"

9

Model:
002-023
  • $2.89

  • SKU: 446753

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Cotton Candy Chartreuse Tail

Cotton Candy Chartreuse Tail

6"

9

Model:
002-024
  • $2.89

  • SKU: 519396

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

6"

9

Model:
002-025
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  • SKU: 301515

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Blueberry

Blueberry

6"

9

Model:
002-026
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Candy Bug

Candy Bug

6"

9

Model:
002-243
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  • SKU: 1115136

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Red Shad

Red Shad

6"

9

Model:
002-029
  • $2.89

  • SKU: 446755

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Watermelon Red/Chartreuse Tail

Watermelon Red/Chartreuse Tail

6"

9

Model:
002-269
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  • SKU: 1417666

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Green Pumpkin/Green Flake

Green Pumpkin/Green Flake

6"

9

Model:
002-184
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  • SKU: 899187

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Black

Black

6"

9

Model:
002-038
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  • SKU: 446759

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White

White

6"

9

Model:
002-040
  • $2.89

  • SKU: 874344

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Watermelon Magic

Watermelon Magic

6"

9

Model:
002-283
  • $2.89

  • SKU: 1623733

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Green Pumpkin Magic

Green Pumpkin Magic

6"

9

Model:
002-284
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  • SKU: 1754569

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Bullfrog

Bullfrog

6"

9

Model:
002-257
  • $2.89

  • SKU: 1377542

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Watermelon Chartreuse Tail

Watermelon Chartreuse Tail

6"

9

Model:
002-051
  • $2.89

  • SKU: 301519

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Black Chartreuse Tail

Black Chartreuse Tail

6"

9

Model:
002-125
  • $2.89

  • SKU: 622497

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Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

6"

9

Model:
002-054
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  • SKU: 390061

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Blue Fleck

Blue Fleck

6"

9

Model:
002-292
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  • SKU: 1648087

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Sapphire Blue

Sapphire Blue

6"

9

Model:
002-110
  • $2.89

  • SKU: 622485

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Black Blue Tail

Black Blue Tail

6"

9

Model:
002-124
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  • SKU: 574401

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Baby Bass

Baby Bass

6"

9

Model:
002-115
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Kudzu

Kudzu

6"

9

Model:
002-102
  • $2.89

  • SKU: 446764

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Blue Watermelon

Blue Watermelon

6"

9

Model:
002-103
  • $2.89

  • SKU: 390063

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Green Pumpkin Chartreuse

Green Pumpkin Chartreuse

6"

9

Model:
002-104
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  • SKU: 390062

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Watermelon Candy Red

Watermelon Candy Red

6"

9

Model:
002-281
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  • SKU: 1538762

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Watermelon Gold Glitter

Watermelon Gold Glitter

6"

9

Model:
002-141
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  • SKU: 844489

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Black Sapphire

Black Sapphire

6"

9

Model:
002-100
  • $2.89

  • SKU: 578172

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Green Pumpkin Purple Flake

Green Pumpkin Purple Flake

6"

9

Model:
002-248
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  • SKU: 1229446

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June Bug Red

June Bug Red

6"

9

Model:
002-177
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  • SKU: 699180

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Black Grape

Black Grape

6"

9

Model:
002-161
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  • SKU: 950954

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Tomato

Tomato

6"

9

Model:
002-084
  • $2.89

  • SKU: 622476

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Watermelon Purple Glitter

Watermelon Purple Glitter

6"

9

Model:
002-138
  • $2.89

  • SKU: 858355

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June Bug Chartreuse Tail

June Bug Chartreuse Tail

6"

9

Model:
002-123
  • $2.89

  • SKU: 622492

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Scuppernong

Scuppernong

6"

9

Model:
002-096
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There are plastic baits, and then there are Zoom® baits. The difference is undeniable. Want proof? Just take a peek into your favorite tournament angler's tackle box, and start counting the Zoom bags. 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. If you're not fishing lizard baits like Zoom's Lizard, then you are missing out on some great action. Most lizard baits are especially deadly during the spring when they are looking to ambush spawn nests, but the Lizard's high-action tail and appendages combined with its lifelike look make it effective all summer long.

  • Realistic look
  • Super soft for extra action
  • Salt impregnated
  • High-action tail
Zoom® Soft Plastic Baits - 6" 4.8 5 130 130
zoom lizards best lizard on the market and the colors I use cant be found in any other brand. September 22, 2012
The Lizard Have tired a few different lizards, but the large mouth seem to like this one the best. The lizard bite is not always on, but when it is you'll know it when they hit this lizard. Even with smaller fish, they don't just suck it in like a worm, they not only eat it but savage it and try to kill it (makes for a interesting strike). Use one of these dudes' on a carolina rig every now and then and you'll see what I mean. September 13, 2012
What a lure! Good lure for low price, durable, and you catch fish texas riggin, or topwater "bass love 'em". July 26, 2012
great lizard I have used many different colors of this lizard and all have worked great. my favorite is the smokin blue. i have even caught 1/2 pound bass on this. the lure was almost as big as the bass. that proves how effective it is July 6, 2012
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What is number 11?

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What is the name for the color 11? I cannot find it I want that color so bad but dont know the name. it looks like bullfrog but its not
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I think it is actually green pumpkin green
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I don't know, either. It looks like a great color, though. I checked other fishing gear sites and can't find it. Try to download the Zoom catalog on the internet. 11 may have been discontinued in favor of a brand new color "Morning Dawn".
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it depends on the size, the 6 inch comes 9 to a package.
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there 9 lizards in each pack
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There are nine Zoom Super Plastic Baits - SS+ Lizards in each pack.
Enjoy!
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rigging....

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ive heard people say they carolina-rig these. i understand how,but what is the advantage? any help is appreciated. thanks.
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I personally love a Texas rig on this bait with a 1/4-5/16 screw-in worm weight (surprisingly doesn't tear the bait up) and a 0/2 Gamatsku worm hook. All you have to is twitch and fall with this rig and the arms and legs will do the work. Oh if it helps, my favorite color is june bug w/ chartreuse tail.
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I texas rig them and i never miss a bass when they bite it. The hook sets perfect when you texas rig them
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I find a texas rig works the best. It wont get caught on the sticks and if it drags algae, there wont be a lot. Texas rig definitely works the best.
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The advantage is more action beacuse the lizard is off of the lake bottom. The longer the leader, the higher in the water it will ride off of the bottom. The advantage to the Texas style rigging in heavy cover is fewer hangups.Sometimes it pays to experiment with the type of rigging to get the best results.
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I use a texas rig works great around debri and brush
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I fish the zoom plastic lizard in black, with a black screw in bullet weight, (actually use that set up in Virginia due to clear water fishing lakes) I find it to be the best way to fish them. It makes the legs go crazy on the drop, and seems to give strikes for me most often. see pics...they are both from Virginia. (Wester Branch, and lake Prince)
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if bass are suspended off the botom or are hiding next to cover it puts it in
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Well there are many different opinions so I'll give you mine!

I like to Carolina-rig the baits when the fish are suspended 1-3 feet off the bottom. It gives the fish an easier target to see when it is fluttering down on the initial drop and while dragging the bait.

I believe it also give the bait a better/slower presentation which gives the fish more time to think about hitting. the bait will free fall a little better then when Texas rigged with a noise weight.

I would recommend a Carolina-rig in cold and very warm water when again these fish are suspended off the bottom. Fish in same spots are you caught fish before and you should haul in some nice fish!
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C-rigging with a lizard is probably the most basic bait to use with this technique. Main advantage is the natural slow drift the lure has as it trails behind the sinker, making it an easy target for Bass.

Try it in shallow water with an UNPEGGED sinker for a similar effect.
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I have used them several times in a Carolina-rig setup. I think because of the tails, it makes the bait look more natural as it floats above the weight at the end of the rig. Try it out and I think you will have positive results. I usually use a 30" leader setup for my Carolina-rigs.
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I fish in golf course ponds for largemouth bass, blue gill, and catfish. Sometimes I have a hard time finding the right baits to use for the pond. What baits do you recomend for fishing in mud stained water that is 5 inches to 10 feet deep? You can recomend worms, spinnerbaits, crankbaits and anything else that would work. Thankyou for your help.
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For muddy water i would just use eithr a spinnerbait or i would drag a soft plastic on the surface. Ive learned that if you tie on a lizard for example, if you reel it in on he surface so it makes a V in the water, yu will catch a fish in almost any depth. Especially over pads or any type of weeds it will work like magis for bass and pickerel.
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A small black and white spinnerbait slow rolled just under the surface works just fine but speed matters
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Anytime I fish stained water, what I use depends on the sun. If it is bright - like on a sunny day after a big rain - I like to use either a husky jerk or 6" lizard with a lot of flash. If it is overcast, I use a small black spinnerbait with a colorado blade to really get the vibrations going. I jerk the spinner a lot more in stained water, rather than using a steady retrieve. I hope this helps you catch 'em!
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in my opinion, the best lure EVER for muddy water is a spinnerbait. Also, since the visibility is so low in muddy water, you want to use larger lures that have good vibration. Instead of using a 4" inch worm, use a 7" or even a 10" worm... For crankbaits, make sure it has rattles(most do nowadays) and use bright colors like firetiger or orange.
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Golf course pond are some of the big bass holder that most dont get to fish. I would say that in Georgia where your post is from should be like Virginia where I am from. In this case there are a few many foods that bass should recognize and react to a bit.

I whould say that there are bluegills/bream/sufish, crayfish, and lizards in the ponds.

I would recomend string soft plastic lizards and crayfish around any visable cover. I would also recomend that you try a bigger profile soft plasice worm to maybe represent a snake. I would though there areound any weed, cattail/buggy whips, or lilly/dollar pads visable.

As for other baits, just match the lure to the food in the ponds.

Try fire tiger cranks baits and a chartures colored spainner bait.

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i pond fish on golf course ponds as well. try the Zoom Trick Worm or the Zoom Super Fluke. for ponds,ive never had a whole lot of luck with crankbaits. for the deeper water try a soft plastic with a weight or a spinnerbait. hope these ideas work.
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ahhhh golf course ponds
bring back times of big 4 lbers for me
mine was than covered in algae and choked all the fish dead...tragic
well these baits will be something to try around spring but for other times in mud stained water its tough to say
the pond i used to fish you could throw a rock in the water and the fish would react...not literally but still
my fav lure xts speed lure minnow 1 and 5/8 inch but not what you want at all
try live bait this enw pond i have stumpled upon is tough to fiush and is mud stained i am having trouble with the righ bait
to sometimes the only way to know is to keep fishin it
i tryied live bait and caught a frieken 7 lb bass! used a grasshopper big one as bait
try stuff like that doesnt fail and ask other fisherman if their is some
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but try lil of everything tough to say
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i would try a black spinnerbait for bass dont catfish an roostertail for blue gill
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I usually begin with top water at first light then switch to worms/lizards in the late morning to early afternoon. If the water is stained/dark, use a white buzzbait in the morning then switch to a green or pumkin worm. If the water is clear, try a black buzzbait, then switch to a darker colored worm in the afternoon. You may have to try multiple color combos until you figure out what they like. Again, good luck and catch a hawg!
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How is it used?

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I own some of the zoom lizards. I tried them at a golf course pond where there are lizards and I had no luck. I began to think I didn't work it right and I was right. Are you supposed to use them like a worm? Please help me. I heard these are great baits and I want to have something good to use when I fish.
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A mistake made by many is fishing them too fast to flutter the arms, legs, and tail. Sure, that will produce stikes if you drag it across a big one's nose...
but, fish it slowly.
The fall of these lures is very slow and that's where the hits happen. Just walk it along the bottom. 1-2 rotations of the reel and let it fall. Repeat. Be patient--this is not a buzz bait.
T-rig it weightless with a 3/0-5/0 EWG hook (I've had a 5+ pounders throw 1/0 and 2/0 hooks). I find that the bullet weight collects too much spinach walking it on the bottom. If casting distance becomes a problem, insert a nail weight in the lizard's butt.
Bass just hate these things. It's innate. I've had dinky 1 pounders hit these things like a train.
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cast it out wait a minute and jerk your wrist once or a couple times and let it sit then repeat should get you a reaction
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Try slowing it down.remember they are not fast swimmers and most of the time they stay close to the edge or on rock piles.Try using some Pliine Fluorocarbon 12lb test its some great line.good luck fishing
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You have to "match the hatch" so to speak, what cover is around? any grass? lily pads. This will sound stupid....but act like a lizard, where would you be in the pond if you where a lizard? pads...if there are any...cast on top, and leave it, then a little movement, and let it slide off the pads and drop (example) if the pond isnt a "Lizard place" then what is there?
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hook them by tex-posing them, like a worm, reel up the slack when you feel a bite and set the hook hard
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yes, you fish them just like a worm. I personally find that lizards work better in the spring around spawning time, as lizards eat bass eggs, so bass will try to kill them if they get near their nest. NO LURE will work 100% of the time... that's just the nature of fishing.
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They are great baits and can be use in different ways. Try them Texas rig with a jig like retrieve or slow with a bounce off the bottom. Those are my main tactics. You can also try just a slow retrieve dragging on the bottom. I've also tried a Carolina rig also but it's all in the presentation
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well maybe you are using it wrong time of year
if its winter-no
spring-oh yes
summer-ok yes
fall-eh ok
remember texas rig this liek you would a worm weighless i guess becuase your golf poond prolly got algae like mine but if you want a weight i geuss
i would recommend a gamakatsu ewg worm hook
in size maybe like 4/0 or so idk 3/0 5/0
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