Zoom Fluke - 4''
best soft bait
best bait there is caught my biggest bass with this bait
June 23, 2009
I always keep a supply of Pumpkin Seed 4" Flukes in my tackle box. They definitely catch Bass.
Whenever I go out fishing for the day, I'm always experimenting with fishing each of my soft baits, spinner baits, etc., and before I'm done fishing for the day, I turn to the Fluke. No matter how well the fishing went for the day, as soon as I turn to the Fluke, I usually catch at least one fish before going in.
January 5, 2015
For a great fishing trip...
Zoom Fluke soft plastic baits mimic a dying minnow when used weightless as a jerk bait. It doesn't seem to matter what color or size you prefer (although baby bass colored smaller size seem to be quite effective when the bass aren't feeding as much), this bait will place bass in the boat repeatedly.
My personal favorite is the Arkansas shiner color, and the larger model (I think it's 5-6 inches long). Any body of water that holds minnows or shiners and has bass in it can be taken advantage of by this bait. For a great fishing trip, throw a few packs of these in assorted sizes and colors in your tackle box and see for yourself.
April 20, 2010
i started fishing these baits more last year. glad i did! rigged weightless texas style they kill for me. cast them out to fallen trees or structure and hang on. let them hang in the water then very lightly jerk the rod tip. the bait will do the rest. the fluke will dart side to side. make sure the hook is straight in the body. i also like to use a swivel with about 8 inches of leader. stops line twist. i also like to use spinning tackle for this presentation. in stained water the bubblegum works very good for me. last year one day the bite was slow i switched to the bubblegum and hit 3 bass in 3 casts!
January 29, 2013