Zoom Salty Pro Chunk
All I can say is..." I'm catching more fish with them".
April 12, 2012
Good on Jigs and Spinner Baits
I have tried several different types of soft baits as trailers on my Jigs and Spinner Baits. These work the best. I have tried several different colors and the black seems to work the best for me in Florida.
Keep them in the original bag so they won't dry out. They are fishable right out of the bag.
I put them directly into my tackle box and they dried out. I had to spray them down with worm juice before using.
They don't last as long as the pork rinds, but they don't cost as much either.
November 1, 2010
I use this trailer behind a 1/2 oz pro model jig. From mid September until they pull up on the beds this is my # 1 lure. Trailer is durable yet soft and is loaded with salt. It has just the right amount of action when the water cools off. I normally just hook it about 1/4 inch from the end. Make sure your rod is heavy/extra fast with at least 17 lb fluorocarbon or the big ones will win the battle. Be sure to rinse jig after use to reduce hook rust form salt.
October 19, 2010
Great color options!
If you're tired of bluegills biting off your craw pinchers try these on for size. Enough color combinations to make the presentation you want and the price is right to purchase lots of colors!
September 17, 2010