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Zoom® Fluke® - 4"

   

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Length
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Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

4"

10

Model:
015-019

White Pearl

White Pearl

4"

10

Model:
015-045

Baby Bass

Baby Bass

4"

10

Model:
015-115

Disco Violet

Disco Violet

4"

10

Model:
015-300

Albino

Albino

4"

10

Model:
015-091

White Ice

White Ice

4"

10

Model:
015-185

Smokin' Shad

Smokin' Shad

4"

10

Model:
015-109
  • Classic must have soft plastic bait
  • Wholly realistic and soft to the touch
  • Spit tail design with lifelike profile
  • Salt-impregnated to hold the bite

There are plastic baits, and then there are Zoom Flukes. 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 Fluke 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.

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 67 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nothing but a Fluke I started fishing these soft baits about 3 years ago down in Georgia. Iv'e never caught so many bass in my life. Now i'm up in New York and yep, they are still doing their magic. I haul around nothing but the best in my box, and if you were to look to see, I have about every darn color they make of these guys and I fish nothin but them. And trust me, I out fish everyone but my buddy who showed me them the first time. July 24, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wow!!What a Bait!!!! I went to a pond with a friend of mine..He used these little jerkbaits while i tried my luck on topwater and plastic worms.. For every bass i caught he caught 4.. Finally i tried this fluke and the first cast i hooked up..then the next.. twitch these baits and then stop and let it rest..they like to hit on the pause June 21, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 excellent bait Ive started using these baits 2 years ago and had nothing but success.went fishing today and caught a 5 ponder,a 2 ponder,and my grandady caught a 4 ponder and got at least a 10 pounder to the boat but he got off.Best bait ever. June 15, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 GOT ONE This is a great product. I bought so many packs of flukes it is incredible. They work so great. I fish everyday and everyday i catch a limit and nice fish to. go out and buy a bag and you will be out fishin everyone in your boat. May 20, 2007
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I've noticed that when you put the hook into the fluke make the hook and go through the middle the most you can I notice if I rush it can be off the side and I readjust it to the middle and it really cuts down on the spinning. Hope this helps you.
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It depends on how you rig them. I rig them like a mister twister on a jighead with the hook going thru the top and coming out on the flat back. Preferably use a quarterounce.
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I reel and twitch them in. Reel it a bit, give it a twitch, then reel a little more. I would say most of my bites come when the bait is falling.
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use a small high quality ball bearing swivel 4 inch or so in front to reduce line twist
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Its a jerkbait, you shouldn't reel it in at all. You should try twitching it, then reel in your slack, twitch it , reel in your slack....
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I use them with jig heads,it might be the know your tying
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I believe its 19
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dont go by the picture,just the order number
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These baits have great action and I always get at least 1-2 strikes while using them, but I haven't caught a fish yet. I think it's me or the hooks. Does anyone have some advice? Thanks
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A friend an I caught 35 bass yesterday on the fluke. Make sure you are using a good wide gap hook and that you are rigging the hook correctly. also you need to let the fish start moving off with it so you make sure he has it in his mouth enough to get a hook set. otherwise the fish might only have it by the tail.
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Two things might help. First is braided line, although you'll want to use a fluorocarbon leader. The second is using the right size hook. I always use a 5/0 wide gap hook.
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I use a longer shank jig heads or the weight centered hooks.
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Once the fish hits give a little slack line to move and when you see the fish move with it ,hook'em
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could be the hooks, use Gamakatsus, and of course the size makes a difference. Most likely it may be the way you are setting the hook. you have to drop the rod tip, let them take it, then cross their eyes. Dont set the hook immediately like a crankbait,
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While you're working the bait, if you get a strike, let the bait "die" and the bass usually eats the bait and runs with it. At that point, set the hook. That's what works for me on a regular basis. I use a #3 plastic worm hook.
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I had success with darter head rigged, weighted worm hook, unweighted worm hook, worm hook-drop shot, shaky hook-drop shot. I don't think there is a wrong way rig this bait.
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start with a swivel about 8 inches of leader and a weightless 4/0 hook. make sure the hook is straight in the body and you will have no problems. the swivel will stop line twist and just rig the hook straight the fluke will kill for you.i use spinning tackle. toss the bait out to structure or fallen trees let it slowly sink then lightly jerk the rod tip. the fluke will dart side to side with an erratic action. then pause and repeat. good luck keep casting!!!
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I prefer to texas rig it weightless with a 3/0 or 4/0 hook if you're using a full size fluke.
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Texas rig, weightless on a 3/0 hook. I use it as a soft jerkbait.
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jig heads are the best
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I usually rig it weightless with only a #3 broken shank plastic worm hook. This gives it the lifelike look of a dying minnow when you use it. I use it as a jerkbait only.
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everywhere i have caught fish in open water around cover and between the pads. this baits works well. keep casting!!!
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I love to skip it around docks and timber. Bass just hate seeing something tumble accross the surface of the water at them and then try to run away.
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When you can see them actively feeding on balls of shad.
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I've tried it in both clear and murky water, and had great results at both locations. Anywhere but in the bathtub or a mudhole would be my answer.
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Anytime the bass are keying on bait fish. Fish slower in colder water temps. Faster in summer time.
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From the pre-spawnn to post-spawn times, especially for the biggest smallmouth in the lake.
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i fish it in the late evening at sunset and have caught 6 and 7# bass on back to back days
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anytime in heavy cover.
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There most be SOME principle difference, because of the significant price listing between the two equal sizes. What say you?
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The thickness of the bait.The super fluke has a hook slot and is a little bit thicker.
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The 4" Super Fluke Jr. has a larger, wider profile, a extended "belly" area and a slot for the hook to go through. The regular 4" fluke has a thin profile and has no hook slot, it works great just nose hooking it.
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super fluke jr is a smaller version of the 4'' fluke it is a little misleading but their is a difference
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For the 5" flukes, Iuse a 5/0 Gamakatsu wide gap hook. For the 4" flukes, I usually nose-hook them on a drop-shot with a 1/0 VMC Spin-shot hook. No line twist!
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I use a #3 broken shank plastic worm hook.
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a extra wide gap worm hook from a 3/0 size to a 5/0 size will work the best
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I dont think it matters scincenyou hide the hook in the slot
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umm depends on what kind of water your fishing.Muddy/dark water i would cause it stands out more but i dont really think it matters much.
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