Zoom Tiny Brush Hog - 3''
I've caught lots of bass on these! My grandpa gave me a bag to try and I'll definately buy more! I also caught a giant Warmouth (we think) with one that could have been a state record if we got it weighed and identified. I also caught a catfish on one.
May 31, 2009
Great plastic for numbers
The 3" Tiny version of the brush hog is an awesome plastic for small rivers and creeks, especially if you're just out to catch fish and aren't gunning for behemoths. Not that it won't catch big bass, but you'll catch a lot of smaller bass and panfish, too. I T-rig them on a size 1 hook with an 1/8 ounce bullet weight. I gave it 4 stars because it is not the most durable plastic, but the amount of fish it catches makes up for this.
August 24, 2009
use it for crappies
Take this bait and cut it about half an inch
above the tail.Take the half with the tail and put it on a jig head,fish it like a jig and it will flat out beat any other crappie lure.I've also used it for bass with excellent results
May 11, 2007
Zoom Tiny Brush Hog is "Small Mouth Candy"
I do a lot of fishing in the Gasconade River, here in Missouri and my number one go to bait is the Tiny Brush Hog in green pumpkin. when the bass are holding tight nothings seems to bring them out like this tiny chunk of wiggling plastic. In fact it has never failed me on Missouri lakes either. The red glitter seemed to be the ticket for Bull Shoals last fall and quiet coves (if you can find one)at the LOZ always give up bass to darker colors. I have found it is best fished on a light (4-6 lb) line with a 1/8 oz slider hook. There are a lot of snags in the river and more often then not if you do get stuck the slider will bend just enough to get you loose. Just pitch this little morsel close to cover, especially rocks and hold on. Also, this has been a great year for quality google eye and they hit the Tiny Brush Hog in any color.
June 23, 2006