Zoom U-Tale Worm - 6''

   

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Watermelon Candy

Watermelon Candy

6"

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Black Red Glitter

Black Red Glitter

6"

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Electric Blue

Electric Blue

6"

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Plum

Plum

6"

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June Bug

June Bug

6"

20

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Motor Oil Chartreuse

Motor Oil Chartreuse

6"

20

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Chartreuse Pepper

Chartreuse Pepper

6"

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Pumpkin Firetail

Pumpkin Firetail

6"

20

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Pumpkin Chartreuse

Pumpkin Chartreuse

6"

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Cherry Seed

Cherry Seed

6"

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Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

6"

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Red Bug

Red Bug

6"

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Cotton Candy Chartreuse Tail

Cotton Candy Chartreuse Tail

6"

20

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001-024
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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

6"

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Blueberry

Blueberry

6"

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Red Shad

Red Shad

6"

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Black

Black

6"

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Green Pumpkin Magic

Green Pumpkin Magic

6"

20

Model:
001-284
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Tequila Sunrise

Tequila Sunrise

6"

20

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001-048
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Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

6"

20

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001-054
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June Bug Red

June Bug Red

6"

20

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001-177
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Scuppernong

Scuppernong

6"

20

Model:
001-096
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The U-Tale Worms are another one of Zoom®'s truly-impressive big bass baits. Deadly on virtually any rig and under any conditions, the U-Tale Worms U-shaped tail creates the strike-enticing flutter and vibration big bass almost always react to.

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.

Zoom U-Tale Worm - 6'' 4.8 5 116 116
best worm i use the zoom worms on all of my bass fishing with a #1 or #2 hook that is straight shank.. they offer a bunch of colors for either in dark condition or clear water condition,,,must have product for bass fishing with a great tale action plus bass hold on longer,, November 4, 2014
SSUTail good lure especially when the Berkley power worm is just to large of a profile to those fish that are stubborn to bite. August 5, 2014
ease great for use in thick grass, it's thinner profile makes great for use in thick grass and unlike other thicker worms it does;nt get hung as bad March 13, 2014
Best U tale worm Zoom u tale worms are the best u tale out there great for fishing on the bottom March 5, 2014
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What is the best color?

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watermelon red for clearer water and junebug to junebug red for darker conditions
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depends on the time of year but i like redshad
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The best way to pick a lure color depends on the water clearity.

Fish brightly colored baits in dingy or muddy water. Light, subtle colors in clear water.

On the other hand, when water is clear and the fish can get an unobstructed look at the bait, it's best to go with softer, more natural colors.

The logic here is that a fishes' visibility is hampered by silt, and colors like chartreuse, yellow and orange are easier to see than bone, pumpkinseed and smoke.
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I really like the green pumpkin red flake. I sometimes color the tail chartreuse. June bug is also a good color at times.
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Anything with chartreuse in has worked for us.
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How many worms per pak

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20 per pack
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20
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20
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20?
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20
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20 worms per pack
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20
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20
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twenty have a good day fishing
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This is a 20 pack of worms.
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i have bought some of these in chartreuse color.
Are they a good color?
do i use it in clear or murky water?
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Anything with chartreuse in it has worked for us.
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It isn't a bad color at all, but it really depends on the water your are fishing. The water in my neck of the weeds is clear with only mild staining, so I go with lighter more natural colors, but I wouldn't heistate to use a chartruse in stained water, especially on a brighter day. On an overcast day, I would use these and something dark, like a red.
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Yes,but keep them out of the heat.
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ive never got them but any zoom is great trust me
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use a medium size bullet weight
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The Motor Oil chartreuse are awesome in all colors, Depending on water color, both waters with Chartreuse and pepper in shallow,, darker colors in murky and deaper waters
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I personally have caught bass in both murky and clear so either one is fine
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I find that colr is not as important as how you work it. I learned however that natural colors work better in clear water and sunny days. Chartruse is grat for murky water or days where the sun isnt out.
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I prefer motor oil/chartreuse. I catch most if my bass on this colored worm.
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work well in both!
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I have used this color in many situations. The best time for this color is in very clear water. Always remember this, in clear water use bright colors and in murky water use dark colors.
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yes but I use mostly air tight boxes with handles that snap in place on the sides to lock out the air and moisture
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I recommend keeping all plastics in there original bag.
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Yes you can. They come in a resealable bag so that is how I store them at the bottom of my tackle box.
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The only time I use A weight is when I'm fishing in thick grass. You need that extra weight to get the worm to the bottom.
When I fish in thin grass,or the outside edge,I don't use weights. The slower A worm sinks,the better chance you have og getting Bass to bite.
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yes you can
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Yes they stay real well in plastic boxes, I spray them with W-D 40 if storing for long periods of time, the W-D also makes for good attractant
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Deffinately, I've always done it this way and they're no less effective.
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only if they are in a sealed bag
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I am interested in buying some of these 6'' worms but i don't know what size wieght to use.
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lightest as possible from 1/8 to 1/4 for better feel on the hit and movement
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it does;nt matter, i use a 3/16 but depends on thwe wind and cover conditions
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I would use a 3/16 or 1/4 ounce bullet weight.
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i use a1/16 ounce bullet weight
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use a bullet weight medium size works great trust me
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It depends on the depth the bass are at. i use a 1/4 oz
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I use no weights at all casting under docks and shallow waters, 1/4 ounce is good for most deeper water. 90% of the time worms work best when around the banks, under docks, under boats and around rocks and such in shallow water because thats when night crawlers are falling into the waters from banks, being washed off of docks during rain,, Use snag less hooks in and around moss and Lilly pads but hit the open holes around them Killer bass ,,,some Northern pike, then hang on because Muskie like them too,, needing lead leaders,, If I am in a Muskie lake, I use light weight leaded leader all the time
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well it depends how deep you want ur bait to go but i recommend to use a 1/16 ounce worm weight
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depends what style of rig you choose, and if it's texas, a 1/4 bullet will do. But if it's carolina a 1/2 will do. These both work in Lake Don Pedro in CA, and really well too, so Good Luck and remeber to catch and release.
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It depends on how deep you want your lure to go. I use a 1/16 or a 1/8 for shallow water, but if you are looking to get this worm deep then you probably won't to try a little heavier weight.
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I would suggest using the smallest weight you can for instance the bass pro 1/16 oz bullet weights texas rigged style. If it is a windy day or you are in deeper water perhaps an 1/8 oz weight the smaller the weight the slower the decent leaving the bait in the strike zone longer.
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not quite as the tail flutters when lifting up and then back down
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most definitely and plenty of action
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Nope.
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a little
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not really but a little but try to get one with a straight tail
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Yes, it does.
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no, it looks like good working worm
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no, only the tail moves but it kind of moves the unridged part of the tail
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Not really. The tail itself gives off alot of action though. But the body pretty much stays neutral unless you jerk it around.
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I think that this is called the 10.5 max worm ??
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not the U tails but you can find them in the magnum,, not in the Char-motor oil....
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Not for this worm.But, the old monster worm also by zoom is 10 1/2 inches
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They do carry this in a monster worm. I think it is either 10" or 10.5"
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No, but Zoom offers the Ol'Monster that is similar to this bait. They also offer a Mag worm that is similar and it is 9.5 inches.
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the closest this worm gets to 10.5 inches would probably be the Zoom Ol' Monster worm. it has a similar tail shape and the body of the worm is the same as the SS+U-Tale worm.
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