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If you're looking for a big worm with the right action to entice the biggest bass, then look no further than Zoom®'s Ol' Monster Worms. The Ol' Monster's long, ribbon tail flutters, pulsates, and flat-out attracts the strike.
Wholly realistic, super-soft to the touch
Long, ribbon tail flutters and pulsates
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.
the "go to bait" when it counts
this bait is versitile, weightless, with a tungsen bullet weight to fish deep, a jig head or fish with tail cut off & used like a stick bait. it's just a really easy to use bait.
August 10, 2012
If you look into my tackle bag you'd see nothing but Zoom bags. I recently bought some Senkos because of all the praise it has. I was fishing on Milford Lake, clear water bass were chasing shad everywhere. I got 2 bites with the Senko but wasn't able to hook up with fish. I slapped this on and threw it out and got a bite on my first cast. People are usually throwing out smaller baits on this lake but when the fish are active you just have to throw this out and let it hit the bottom. Most of the fish I caught hit the bait with out me even working it at all. A lot of people also think that this bait is too big for most of the fish but I've caught bass on these that were about the same length. As for colors to use, I use browns and greens for clear lakes and for dirtier water I use the brighter colors. I've also had good luck with red in low visibility water. I rig this weightless as this bait is heavy enough to be thrown far without a sinker. If the fish aren't as active I'll throw a 1/4 oz sinker so I can twitch the bait and let it stay in one place for longer.
July 1, 2012
one of the best soft baits i have!!!!
used the Zoom soft plastic bait old monster worms at lake mead here in Nv. with great results .can't wait to go again this time to lake mohave .
April 24, 2012
Love this worm! wish could be mag II size Maybe zoom bring back that size
April 2, 2012
there is no one set color. it all depends on time of day and water conditions. i livein florida and i use watermelon colors a lot during mid day. there are different variations of watermelon but they are all nice. june bug is really nice during those over cast days.
I take it, you will be fishing Lake Lanier. I've had good luck with these colors : watermelon seed, watermelon magic, green pumpkin, and black with red flake. If you want to add a little extra, try dipping the tails in chartruese/ garlic spike it.
I think you should buy at least one pack. I have fished worms several times in different conditions during fishing trips. Two great colors to choose between in Georgia are Red Shad and Watermelon Red. Both are great colors and will catch fish. The size of the worm will most likely catch larger fish, not too many small ones.
I use this bait more than any in My box . Water clarity has a lot to do with the color . I use watermelon seed in clear water . In off color water, I use green pumpkin . I also use garlic dip when the bite is slow . CAROLINA RIG .
if you fish it on the top of the water then it might look like one there use to be a like floating snake head that you would rig like a normal bullet weight. i would use the colors black or tequila sunrise the ones with a oranges belly
I don't belive so, I think they strike out of reaction to the vibration the tail puts out. I tend to bottom fish a little deeper water with it (10-30+ft) No snakes there. I feel the fish feels it is a bigger meal, dosen't have to work hard to fill up. If we only new what fish thought, we would all be pros.
It's a confidence thing. The Berkley has a fatter body, The culprit has less salt (will float more) Dont get caught up in brands, find a color, keep it wet and the fish will come. Most people keep the bait out of the water to long. The fish live in the water
I definately think so; i prefer the action of this bait to the others you mentioned. The tail really puts out a lot of action both during the retrieve and the fall. I will fish this lure all year long because of its versatility. If I did have to choose a second place finisher, it would be the Culprit. They to have a good deal of action built in, but the Zoom baits seem to hold up better.
in my opinion, zoom outfishes all other soft plastics. i've been using them for years with great success. and to my surprise, when i went to the bps fishing classic sale, chris daves said during his seminar that zoom baits account for 7 out of 10 sales in the soft plastics market. now that's amazing!
If the moon is full, I like natural colors like green pumpkin, tequilla sunrise, watermelon candy...If the moons not out much, I like dark colors also like black grape,candy bug,blackberry,and of course black with blue tail...
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