Zoom® Magnum II - 9-1/2"
There are plastic baits, and then there are Zoom baits. 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 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.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 46 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Irp Catch the big Bucketmouth with a Zoom Magnum Worm I don't write any reviews much but I had to let everyone know about the sucess me and my dad had On Saturday Aug 11, 07 this past Saturday.I have been fishing for 30 years and have never caught any 5 Lb bass but that all changed. My Dad and I were fishing on Dale Hollow Lake in Kentucky and I was using the Zoom Red bug magum 10" worm. We have typically been using 7" zoom and catching fish. And like i said up until Saturday I had never boated a 5lb fish but it was my day because I had been telling my dad that the time had come for me to catch some big bass.I had been using the 9 1/2 inch worm part of the summer and catching keeper fish. My dad was laughing at me saying that that 9 1/2 worm was used to catch fish at night. WRONG ! We started fishing at 6:30 Saturday and it was in the 90's Hot. We boated all but 1 fish by 11:30! I boated 3 5lb bass the 3 Bass weighed 15lb 4 oz caught 2 back to back! and keep in mind up until Saturday I had never ever caught a 5lb bass!!! We caught about 25 bass we Had 7 keeper bass (on Dale hollow largemouths has to be 15") with a total weight of 27lb 12oz !!!!! Dad had 4 fish 1 was a 5 pounder and his 4 weighed 12lb 8 oz. Now he is not laughing at me because my Dad and I had the greatest fishing day ever, Dad said in his 45 years of experience he had not witnessed what he had seen with me. He is now a believer in the 10" worm on a hot summer day. You will be a believer to if you texas rig with a 3/16 oz bullet weight and hold on and get ready to set the hook!!!!! I hope this blesses you like it has Me and Dad, like Dad says " There is just something about fishing I like" and that is setting the hook on a big Largemouth! August 13, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by basspro great big bass worm I have used several diffferent worms and baits and no other bait compares to this worm. This worm is great in the blackberry color in spring time and blueberry in the summer. In winter i recomend a lighter color. This worm has produced my biggest bass, 8 pounds 3 ounces, but i havee lost much bigger fish.works great in hydrilla and heavy cover such as timber and boatdocks. Main tbhing in all my tackle boxes. July 11, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by DrCorndog Excellent Lure I was a little hesitant to use a worm, to be honest. I never really liked them when i was younger, but I took some time to learn to use this one and I am very impressed. At a pond where everyone swears there is no bass, I typically pull out 2-4 an hour. This lure just plain rocks. I just use it weightless with a hook, and let it set for a few seconds after the cast, then a slow retrieve and it never fails. September 16, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5 by ruger57 BIG BASS This worm catches BIG BASS !! I used them in my last tournament and did not have to cull one fish !! My partner used a 6 " worm same brand and color ,could not keep up .They offer great color selection ,and hold up very well in the conditions we fished . River ,and brush piles !! All around best worm for all conditions !! They are the BEST worms I have used over my 30 years bass fishing. Whould not use any other brand .PERIOD !! July 15, 2006
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A:I use the Magnum in thick cover, mostly in shallow water. I use the Old Monster in summer and deeper water.
A:I use the magnum worm to get more action as the worm falls over the limbs and such in the thick cover. I usally get my hits when the bait is falling inside the cover.
A:I use this worm in all the cover I throw into from weeds to brush to logs. I rig it texas style with a 1/4 matching weight on 15 pd line
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A:to be honest, a jig, craw or lizard would be my preference in thick cover, namely wood structures. i like the mag ll's for worm fishing, period. either texas rigged, carolina or weightless, this worm is hands down my favourite. i fish it in all situations and it produces fish time after time. try some in the colors that work best in the water you're fishing. you will not be disapointed!
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A:Sir/Madam, I use the Zoom worm with COMPLETE confidence in all situations. Heavy cover is not an obstacle as long as you use the proper size weight or if you choose no weight at all. Its simply the best worm out there.
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A:If you working really thick cover you may want to try a jig in colors that match what the fish a feeding on. Or try to hit the edges of cover that offer access. Do not forget that bass are stealthy and they will hide in the shallows on the inside of weed beds/cover. Try this rigged Carolina Style/weedless with a little heavier weight to get it through the cover and to the big ones below.
A:i use texas rig every time i fish a worm and for cover like logs and grass i like to use a small split shot or a small bullet weight and bounce it off the cover the bass in the local lakes cant stand it hope that helps.
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