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.
The Mag Super Fluke is a beefed up version of Zoom's popular Super Fluke soft plastic. Offering a plump yet streamlined shape with lifelike baitfish split tail, the Mag Super Fluke jerkbait is virtually impossible to fish wrong. Effective fished weightless and twitched like a fleeing baitfish or rigged weedless to fish cover and structures.
Rated 4 out of 5 by mbrunner won a tourney first day fished it
catches both smalleys and larges you can cast it a mile with a bullet wt
September 20, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by pikemaster98 great product
i use this size for pike and musky w/ flouocarbon leader and together it's deadly. it works through the weeds and just twitches, shakes, and pulls, the fish love it. caught a 17# pike in out tourney and took first place with it. unfortunately, i ordered the wrong color this time. so i died them orange and will order some more white ones
August 17, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by curtis02 My biggest fish so far!
Great bait!i Fished it weghtless on Lake o the Pines and caught a nice 3.5lb bass. The fish hammered the bait. I can't wait to fish with it again!
May 4, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by california new confidence bait
been bass fishing for many years and have used zoom baits dont know why i have not found this one but made a recent bass fishing trip to florida and the fluke made a bielever out of me. caught fish off beds no problem can be worked any way you want we used the watermelen red and caught over 100 bass on a 2 day trip. off beds and flipping them around trees and anything that would hold fish. the fish cant resist it toss it out let it sink for 10 sec and twitch it lightly back to the boat and hold on ! good luck
thanks zoom and bass pro !
April 15, 2010
Yes it will If you know the type of shad you are imitate it will work. Bass are always feeding on shad except for during the winter, a crayfish pattern will preform better in the winter. Shad are about 1/3 of a bass's diet, so just match the type of shad in your area and they will work.
I always try to "match the hatch" of local forage fish. If shad are present, use a shad color and size that is appropriate. If bass fry are the forage, select accordingly. I tend to go larger than the typical forage to attract larger fish and it has worked well for me. As for hook selection, I like a heavy wide gap hook in a size 5/0 for bass as it allows the best hookup ratios for me. You can use keel weighted, or plain hooks to impart the desired sink rate. I almost always use a weighted hook to cover the water column effectively.
4/0 Gamakatzu hooks. No sinker. Pick a color that mimics what your targeted fish normally eat, but don't be afraid to experiment. You may discover something that the fish like that only YOU will know about.