Zoom Super Fluke Jr. - 4''

   

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Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

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056-019
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Rainbow Shad

Rainbow Shad

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056-194
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White Pearl

White Pearl

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Baby Bass

Baby Bass

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056-115
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Baitfish

Baitfish

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056-224
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Arkansas Shiner

Arkansas Shiner

4"

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056-106
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Albino

Albino

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White Ice

White Ice

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Smokin' Shad

Smokin' Shad

4"

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056-109
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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 Super Fluke Jr. - 4'' 4.7 5 37 37
bass killer Best. Lure. Ever. I just texas rig one with a 1/0 weedless worm hook without a weight, cast it out, jerk it a few times, and reel in a fish. I use the shad colors and they all work for me. January 5, 2014
All-Season Winner This bait is amazing. We have great smallmouth rivers and streams in our area, and we always carry the Fluke Jr and 5" Super Fluke. In summer, we fish it weightless when the fish are looking up for a meal; in winter, we use it on a jighead in water temperatures down into the 40's. In between, we Carolina rig it. It's incredibly versatile and always productive. We usually use white or the lighter shades to match our local baitfish. October 12, 2013
worms got a little action but went home hungry twice buy worms May 30, 2013
Great Bait This fluke is great texas rigged with a stinger hook. I have caught some nice ones while flipping it under docks and slowly jerking it back. May 28, 2013
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I'm searching for smallmouth and kentucky in 20-40 ft of water in central Tennessee.
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Yes, this is a great way to catch large smallie's during summer months. I place three hooks spaced approximately twelve to fifteen inches apart beginning two feet above the weight (1/2 oz) tied to the end of my line. I use a watermelon/black flake on the hook nearest the weight, a chartreuse/pearl on the second hook and a pearl white on the top hook. If the bass is in the area, hold on! Good luck and I hope this tip helps you.
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Yup, it works.
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it would work great for that presentation
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I got larger barrel swivels through your shop and I was just wondering if it matters what size you use. Sorry I don't know the size.
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If you are using the barrel swivel to keep the twist out of your line while using a spin cast outfit, it doesn't really matter what size as long as the swivel is attached well ahead of your rigged fluke, always keep the swivel 15 to 18 inches from the hook and fluke. Try this and I think you will be pleased. Remember, sometimes the bass will strike the swivel if it's to big.
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some times it matters. it all depends on how finiky the bass are. altough i would try to keep them small .
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you don't need a barrel swivel for this bait
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Is there any difference in the way this bait moves, jerks and falls trough the water compared to the Zoom Fluke? Both are 4". I tried the bass pro shops fluke, it's ok but it doesn't moves like the regular zoom fluke. the shape of the super fluke jr is very simmilar to the bps brand (the belly part) and different to the regular zoom fluke. If I were to choose between the fluke and the super fluke jr. which would you recomend?
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In my openion there is a definate difference in the action of the original 4" fluke and the Super Fluke Jr. 4". I fish both rivers and lakes and have found that the SFJ looks and acts more natural when twitched and even sinks much faster than the original "slim" fluke. The belly is more natural and I believe it appears that way to the bass. I personally get more strikes on the SFJ than the original. Sometimes I change to an original 4" fluke when they stop hitting a SFJ just to give them something new to look at, it works.
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For weightless Texas rig use the Super Fluke.

For Drop Shotting use the Super Fluke Jr.
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they aren't that different. they both work awsomely. the super fluke jr. is salted.
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Personally I see no need to use a EWG hook when using a SFJ. I use the 2/0 Gamakatsu O'Shaughnessy, Offset Shank hook and I loose very few fish. Give them time to get the fluke in their mouth and "cross their eyes". Most of my misses are due to premature hook sets or getting excited when I see the fish strike and I try and set the hook to soon.
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i personally use the 2/0 gamakatsu ewg hook they work very well I also use the 1/0 both work fine
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When Texas rigging size 1 is good.
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i always use a 3/0 hook. it has never failed me.
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I would use a 1/0 or 2/0 EWG hook with these
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Hey in this case their are three choices you could make. You could use either a 2/0, 3/0, or a 4/0. never use a 1/0 because it is to small and never use a 6/0 because its to large.
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i use size 4 worm hooks. They catch the small bass and large bass.
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A 2/0 or 3/0 EWG hook works perfect I per-fur 3/0 because it is stronger than a 2/0 and I catch big fish. But you need to set the hook a little harder with the 3/0 then a 2/0. But both of these hooks fit perfectly.
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2/0 EWG is perfect
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