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Zoom® Swamp Crawler - 6"

   

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Watermelon Candy

Watermelon Candy

6"

25

Model:
016-120
  • $4.99

  • SKU: 1378524

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June Bug

June Bug

6"

25

Model:
016-005
  • $4.99

  • SKU: 1378521

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Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

6"

25

Model:
016-019
  • $4.99

  • SKU: 389878

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Red Bug

Red Bug

6"

25

Model:
016-021
  • $4.99

  • SKU: 1378522

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

6"

25

Model:
016-025
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  • SKU: 389880

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Watermelon/Red Flake

Watermelon/Red Flake

6"

25

Model:
016-054
  • $4.99

  • SKU: 1378523

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Load your tackle box with some of the hottest soft plastic baits in the industry. Zoom baits are preferred by tournament fishermen for their uncanny fish-producing ability. And once fish bite into this lifelike, super-soft and salt-impregnated lure, they'll fight to hang on. These incredibly productive colors set the standard for other lure makers, and we now have over 550 color and style combinations to overflow your tackle box! If you've never tried Zoom baits, be sure and tie one on. From that moment on, there'll be plastic baits, and there'll be Zoom baits.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by They will eat it... Finicky bass just cannot resist these worms, they have a ton of action for a finese type bait! April 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great worm Light weight Texas rig is key here. 1/32 or 1/16 oz bullet wt is all that you need with a 1/0 or 2/0 EWG worm hook. Use spinning gear for casting distance--you'll probably backlash a lot if you use a baitcaster with such a light set up even with all the brakes on. The slow fall is what gets hard hits. Once on the bottom, bounce it a few times. If nothing, reel in and cast out again. If fishing weightless, be patient letting it go to the bottom...it falls v---e---r---y s---l---o---w---l---y thru the water. November 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Worm This is a great worm... if you like to catch big fish constantly... enough said April 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fish love it! I use the watermelon / red and the natural blue wacky style. Bass and pickerel kill it every time! A great value at $3.99 for a 25 pack, too. Highly recommended. September 27, 2011
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Difficult question because with a straight tail finesse worm, it's up to the angler to impart the action. Both are excellent worms, but the Trick Worm's tail does raise up in the water a bit once it settles after being hopped or twitched.
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Hi, thank you for your question. The Swamp Crawler is great Texas-rigged, Carolina-rigged, wacky style, weightless or on a shaky head jig. It usually is hit on the fall, but twitching it on the bottom is deadly as well. The worm body features extremely life-like detail and Zoom's super soft, salt-impregnated plastic gives the Swamp Crawler a realistic, tantalizing action.
The Zoom Trick worms bright, clear colors bring savage strikes as the Trick Worms drift and twitch in front of bad-tempered bass. Try them rigged 'straight' or Tex-posed without any weight. Wacky rig them and twitch them quickly with short strokes for a lively looking presentation. Try them on a Carolina-rig when you want long, swooping slow-fall drifts from your bait.
Any way you fish them you are sure to be satisfied with the performance of the Zoom Trick Worm and the Swamp Crawler.
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I think it is tad big for smallmouth, I would go with a smaller size.
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Hi, thank you for your question. Yes, this lure works great for smallmouth and wacky rigged!
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Lift and drop (2 o'clock to 12 o'clock) like a senko type stick worm or little pops with your rod tip? How much are you moving the rod tip?
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General rule of thumb: less action is better when learning a new lure. I can't tell you how many first 'new technique' fish I've caught when I bent down to tie my shoe, or answer a cell phone call. Then pick up my rod and fish on! Jigs, worms and drop shot do best when soaked a bit. Dead stick for 30-60 seconds. Then one small twitch. 10 seconds. Then rod tip down and DRAG 6". Pause (usually insert bass bite here). Speeding up doesn't usually annoy fish into biting. But if you pop ur lure free from a rock/weed snag and they bite...make sure to add erratic pops etc. good luck!
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I let em fall with no weight twitch it a couple times b for it hits bottom let it lay for about 8 seconds while keeping tension on the line of its not bit after 8 seconds start slowly bouncing it while reeling but hold in cause they like to pick em up and take off no bump bump there usually just there
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Do these worms float?

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tail lifts up about and inch, when shaked its a deadly appearance
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Yes, They will stand tail up Texas rig or on jig head , This year I tried them Wacky Style with a 1/16 round jig head with great results !
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no they sink very very slow so bass can just slurp em up but its works well with a split shot or bullet weight
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5 itll work but not as well as a stick worm
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One of the best worm to use for wacky rigged! 16 oz ball head jig works good for most of time but can use more weight for fishing deep. 6 to 8 pound line , Med. action Spinning Rod.Good Luck!
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10 being the best, i'd give it an 8... very good actually... not much different from a berkley wacky crawler... both limbs would quiver on the drop, which is usually when you get bit! if not, just jig it up and down a couple of inches... totally looks like a squirming worm! try it, you'll like it! jackall flickshakes are the ones you'd want to check out but these and berkley's wackycrawlers are the next best worms!
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