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Green Pumpkin Purple Green

Green Pumpkin Purple Green

5"

10

Model:
114-349

Watermelon Candy

Watermelon Candy

5"

10

Model:
114-120

June Bug

June Bug

5"

10

Model:
114-005

Pumpkin

Pumpkin

5"

10

Model:
114-013

Houdini

Houdini

5"

10

Model:
114-297

Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

5"

10

Model:
114-019

Red Bug

Red Bug

5"

10

Model:
114-021

Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

5"

10

Model:
114-025

Black

Black

5"

10

Model:
114-038

Watermelon/Red Flake

Watermelon/Red Flake

5"

10

Model:
114-054

Green Pumpkin Blue Flash

Green Pumpkin Blue Flash

5"

10

Model:
114-294

Watermelon Candy Red

Watermelon Candy Red

5"

10

Model:
114-281
  • Realistic appearance
  • Super-soft
  • Salt impregnated
  • Enticing action
There are plastic baits, and then there are Zoom baits. The difference is undeniable. For those who love to fish—and catch—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.

Zoom's Mag Finesse Worms are the way to go when finicky fish and cold water dictate a finesse approach. Deadly on Texas or Carolina rigs, the soft but durable Mag Finesse Worms produce an enticing action that's excellent at provoking strikes from suspended bass. Plus, the Mag Finesse Worm's heavy salt formula encourages fish to hold the bite.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 36 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Plastic Bait I would recommend this product to anyone that fishes for bass. I have caught all 3 species of black bass on this bait including my biggest largemouth to date. I never get in the boat or fish period without a pack of these near by. January 21, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Bait This bait has a bigger profile than the finesse worm and less action but it is a great bait for fishing in pressured lakes around structure either weightless or on a jighead November 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Zoom® Mag Finesse Worm Review The Zoom Mag Finesse Worm is a great bait for your tacklebox. Had the most success with it rigging it shaky-head style. September 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 excellent worm these are quality worms...nice weight, thick, cast well, skip well...a serious contender. May 31, 2013
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I'm gonna throw this weightless or on a very light slip sinker, Texas rigged.
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Hi, thank you for your question. The six best techniques for these plastics are:
Shaky Head Jig, Drop Shot- Texas Rig, Carolina Rig, Unweighted Texas Rig, Finesse Pitching/Flipping, and Wacky Rigs.
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Yes. You can rig Carolina style (and of course Texas rig for that matter). Personal preference is with a shaky-head jig setup. Had the most success with that.
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yes they do
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basically, any plastic will work to some extent when carolina rigged
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They will work carolina rigged. Also texas or on a shakey head. My favorite is shakey head.
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yes, works great
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Might be the best way to rig them!
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Yes indeed!
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they work excellently that way. i use them with a half ounce to one and a half ounce weight depending on depth and current with a leader of 12 to 18 inches.
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