Zoom® Tiny Brush Hog - 3"
Another Excellent Zoom Product
I recently started fishing a Tiny Brush Hog for drop shotting and for just jigging on a lead head, and I've had good success with it.
I've had good luck with the watermelon seed, but I'm going to try Junebug next, just for a darker color.
This bait has definitely found a home in my tackle bag.
September 26, 2014
this bait has a lot of uses, you can jig it, Texas style, Carolina style, shaky head, and drop shot. I have had good success with it while drop shotting it. it has a ton of action even when you are letting it fall. Great product
September 17, 2013
for small or big fish
small and big bass and wall eye like im so moche just let a just drop on the rock rill sloli and you are shure you ave a strike
September 3, 2013
This is my first review, and a fun one. I'll skip the boring parts - the grueling hike, the snakes, spiders, cliffs, etc., and start where the fishing began.
I walked to the edge of the small lake, standing right next to reeds, put on a Texas rigged watermelon tiny brush hog and made my first cast - strike! Repeat that the next 28-29 out of 30 casts. In fact, repeat that for the next 2 1/2 hours.
Yes, these were all young smallmouths at 1 pound or so, but it was still entertaining as heck. After an hour of it I decided to start experimenting, trying different lures, different colors, different sizes, etc.
I had limited, or very limited success with everything except - the tiny brush hog. Note that I only had the tiny version in watermelon, which I think was exactly the right color for the situation anyway - clear water, green bottom.
Whenever I switched back to the tiny brush hog, virtually every single cast elicited a strike. Amazing.
I'll be taking my 14 year old son to this spot in a couple of weeks. Hopefully it wasn't a fluke of nature. Well, I guess the real hope is that he finds the dads and granddads of what I stumbled upon.
August 13, 2013