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Zoom Fluke - 4'' - Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

4"

10

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015-019

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Zoom Fluke - 4'' - White Pearl

White Pearl

4"

10

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015-045

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Zoom Fluke - 4'' -  Baby Bass

Baby Bass

4"

10

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015-115

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Zoom Fluke - 4'' - Albino

Albino

4"

10

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015-091

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Zoom Fluke - 4'' - White Ice

White Ice

4"

10

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015-185

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Zoom Fluke - 4'' - Smokin' Shad

Smokin' Shad

4"

10

Model:
015-109

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Without a doubt, the Zoom® Fluke® is the most popular soft jerkbait series ever produced. The realistic baitfish profile and split-tail design combine to drive fish crazy, and as countless tournament victories have proven, there's just no wrong way to fish it. A Fluke can be rigged with or without weight, on a Texas or Carolina rig, on a dropshot setup, behind a jighead, as a spinnerbait trailer, or even wacky-style; fished fast or slow, on top or down deep, the Zoom Fluke always seems to get results. Super-soft and durable; salt-impregnated to hold the bite. 4" size is ideal for finesse presentations or when targeting skittish fish. Made in USA.

  • Most popular soft jerkbait series ever
  • Realistic baitfish profile with split-tail action
  • Versatile bait can be fished many ways
  • Super-soft, yet durable
  • Salt-impregnated to hold the bite
  • 4" size is ideal for finesse presentations


Year after year, Zoom Baits remain the hottest soft plastics in bass fishing. Zoom soft baits are legendary for their uncanny fish-producing ability, and rare is the tournament angler who will leave the dock without a good supply in the boat. Wholly realistic, super-soft to the touch, and salt-impregnated, Zoom soft baits have the look, the action, and the flavor needed to make fish bite down hard, and fight to hang on.

Zoom® Soft Plastic Baits - Fluke 4.8 5 59 59
Great action! The zoom flukes have an excellent action in the water especially with a small jig-head. The only complaint that I have is that they fall apart very easily compared to similar baits such as the Lunker City Fin-s. After a few strikes the baits are torn so that they are unusable. These baits will definitely catch fish but I think I will stick with the Fin-s that tend to last longer and provide a similar action. June 1, 2011
awesome purchase I have used the zoom flukes in the past and have tore the walleye and other gamefish up on them. Unfortunnately I have to wait another week to put them to another test being the season isnt open yet. April 20, 2011
No Joke So upon doing some research I bought some Flukes. My expectation was some what high but realistic. While trying out my new baitcaster in the pond I threw on my new Albino Fluke. Within 5 minutes I hooked a 3lb largemouth! The Fluke is no Joke!!! April 12, 2011
Good stuff The flukes always produce. They work on everything form White bass to walleyes. A good value at BPS too. February 23, 2011
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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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The picture shows one thing and the order form indicates another.
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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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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 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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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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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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