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 5 out of 5 by Jaybee Excellent lure
I bought these my mistake, thinking I was getting the larger size. However, I was able to put one on a swimming jig head and caught some nice pre-spawn smallmouth. The strikes were very aggressive. They seem to hang together better than their larger brothers, and there's more in the bag, so I'm giving this one five stars.
May 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1saugeyeseeker Zoom Super Fluke Jr.
Tried these baits on saugeye and was quite surprised by the action when use on a small jighead. Very soft bait, nice action whether on a constant retrieve, twitched or bounced along the bottom. Not only caught saugeye, white bass, largemouth and crappie. Great bait!!!!
April 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by BassHarasser Great Size
Great size for hatch time - like it says on the package.....Bass Love 'em
April 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 most will not believe
Everything was wrong for this to have happen. A cold wing blowing 0ver 15mph , from the north with the temp. in the high 40s. the crappie were not biting so I decided to try the bass before going to the house. On the second cast I had a monster hit and she headed right for the brush, thought I had lost her, but gave her some slack line and she came out of the cedars. She was 31" long with a girth of 29.5" and weighed 20.12 lbs. She was a hog and not on the bed. After putting her back in my pond, still shaking. I tried again and caught a 19.10lb, 30.5 l "and 29" g. all on water.red flake zoom Jr. I was using a new berkly light 7' and new Diawa spinning reel, owner #2hook with screw in on it. Absolutely true, beating my record of 18.4lbs caught three years early on a zoom black worm. Not the same fish as I founf her dead on the bank last winter.
April 2, 2013
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.
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