New+Sale Zoom® Swimmin' Super Fluke® Jr. Softbaits - 3-1/2"

   

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Disco Green

Disco Green

3-1/2"

10

Model:
117-307

Albino

Albino

3-1/2"

10

Model:
117-091

Houdini

Houdini

3-1/2"

10

Model:
117-297

California 420

California 420

3-1/2"

10

Model:
117-308

Bluegill Flash

Bluegill Flash

3-1/2"

10

Model:
117-353

Silver Flash

Silver Flash

3-1/2"

10

Model:
117-356

Tennessee Shad

Tennessee Shad

3-1/2"

10

Model:
117-357

Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

3-1/2"

10

Model:
117-019

White Pearl

White Pearl

3-1/2"

10

Model:
117-045

Watermelon/Red Flake

Watermelon/Red Flake

3-1/2"

10

Model:
117-054

White Ice

White Ice

3-1/2"

10

Model:
117-185

Smokin Shad

Smokin Shad

3-1/2"

10

Model:
117-109
  • One of today's hottest lures just got even better
  • Incredible action
  • Easy to rig, easy to throw and easy to fish

Zoom has taken one of the most popular and effective fishing lures to date and enhanced it with a swimming paddle tail. Introducing the Zoom Swimmin' Super Fluke Jr.! The Zoom Swimmin' Super Fluke Jr. is a true swimmer and is recommended for schooling bass or as a search tool that's handy for locating fish.

For schooling bass, race the Zoom Swimmin’ Super Fluke Jr. back to the boat, just under the surface, or fish a weighted swimbait hook and swim it deeper in the water column. The Zoom Swimmin' Super Fluke Jr. is a phenomenal swimbait with a soft texture that makes it perfect for rigging with an exposed hook for weedless applications.

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 27 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Swim-Jig Trailer The Swimmin' Super Fluke Jr. is an outstanding jig trailer for a swimming jig or bladed-jig! The Peacock Bass is South Florida love it and will attack with in a aggressive manner. November 26, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Zoom® Swimmin' Super Fluke Jr Review The Zoom Swimmin' Super Fluke Jr. presented great action. The tail was unfortunately not a durable as what we would have expected. You'll catch fish with this bait but you may go through the bait quicker than with other soft baits. September 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Greatest Bait Ever I can catch almost any size fish with these. They're great jerk baits and largemouth love them! They also work great went pulled over the tops of plants because they are easily made weedless. I've caught everything from 1lb fish, up to +8lbs fish. July 22, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Hot dignity My new secret killer bait. Walleyes go crazy for them. Shhh. Keep it under your belt June 20, 2013
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Just about 3-4 ounces.
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Around half oz to an ounce depending on the original or jr.
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Spinnerbait trailer?

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Would this be to big to use as a spinnerbait trailer? I think the action of the paddle tail would look really nice on the back of my booyah spinner
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Works great on a spinnerbait trailer for both large and small sizes!
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Using it as a trailer to a spinner is a good option. It's definitely not too big for that.
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It would go well on a spinnerbait. I use 5 on my alabama rig and the fish can't resist.
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I'm sure they would be fine as trailers but I would shorten it for better action
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try it , if needed , cut it down to 2 - 1/2 "
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No, I've never used it on a spinnerbait but it's one of the best swim jig trailers I've ever used. Like you said the action of the paddle tail is super realistic and looks great on the back of a jig or spinnerbait. I usually just use a trailer hook without a trailer on spinnerbaits and buzzbaits though.
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no it is not to big but you can't go by what you think is nice all the time some of the ugliest baits out their out preform the nice ones like the hula poppar no fish is going to see the cool design on the top their going to see the plain bottom of the bait.
the most important thing i learned about buying bait is the design is for you the color is for the fish and the action the bait presents is also for the fish
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Wait until one become unfishable on a hook. rip the top part off and use the tail of it as a trailer it works awesome.
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I use no weight and a size 4 circle hook going through the base of the nose and then through the back so I can use the belly flaps to keep it weedless. I then use it as a jerk bait and I regularly catch plenty of bass with it.
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We have found success with a jig head and a 3/0 hook.
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they can be used on a jighead or unweighted. I prefer a 1/16 oz. jighead with a size 1 hook, works good
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3/0 ewg worm hook , use a weighted hook to add cast distance or depth....I have been able to get decent distance weightless....
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rig it weedless with no weight. i use and EWG offset worm hook. i like to fish it like a jerkbait.
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U can put it on a jig 1/4 oz to 3/8 oz or Texas rig it with or without a weight and check witch hooks you us either a 2/0 or 3/0.
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try owner bullet heads. Also owner size 1/0 hook on a 12 inch leader with a swivel
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I prefer my super flukes unweighted. Try a Mustad, KVD Gripper Pin Hook. The bait/lure will not pull off.
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