Zoom Trick Worm - 6-3/4'' Soft Baits
Excellent on a wacky or shaky style rig, the floating Zoom® Trick Worm® is the perfect finesse bait for covering heavy vegetation or structures where bass are hanging around just waiting to be seduced. Trick Worms wiggle, shake and dance with just the slightest rod twitch.
- Excellent on a wacky or shaky style rig
- Wiggle, shake and dance with just the slightest rod twitch
- Perfect finesse bait for covering heavy vegetation
There are plastic baits, and then there are Zoom baits. The difference is undeniable. Want proof? Just take a peek into your favorite tournament angler's tackle box, and start counting the Zoom bags. For those who lay it on the line every time out, there can be no other choice. Every Zoom soft plastic bait is wholly realistic, super-soft to the touch (for the extra action needed to pull that reluctant money fish) and salt-impregnated to hold even the most tentative bite.
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1. Clear Water. Color selection is critical when faced with clear conditions as fish are able to give baits a serious once-over from a distance. Clear water dictates a pattern that closely mimics the predominant baitfish in the particular bay, bayou, river, flat or blue water you are fishing. Knowledge of the local water always helps with clear-water color selections.
2. Semi-Stained Water. In mildly stained water, opt for relatively neutral colors. Why this may be hard to believe, in the water, blue, red and orange all appear neutral.
3. Overcast, Dark Days. When overcast, opt for dark colors; these include black, gold and varying shades of gray.
4. Bright, Clear Days. On bright, bluebird days lean toward light colors. These include white, chartreuse, chrome and silver.
I never hit the water without one rod setup with a weighted TX rig Trick Worm. I use a 3/16 tungsten sinker, one clear glass bead, and a 4/0 Gamakatsu EWG. My favorite colors are Motor Oil Chartreuse, Watermelon Red Chartreuse, and Red Bug. I hardly ever fish a "regular" U tail or C tail worm anymore....just TX rigged trick worms. Last night I caught 12 nice bass in less than two hrs. throwing the Motoroil Chartreuse in a gin clear spring fed lake with a very green lake bottom.
Dern, why buy another worm?
for every lake, green pumpkin trick worm
shakey head, texas rigged and carolina
rigged, I use shakey head when the bass
are not very aggressive or just being stubborn.. Once you get bit,you can fine tune the bait of color in that area.. good luck
In Florida, The lakes are very shallow and the Bass are very Big. So I rig most of my plastics weightless and for trick worms, I Normally use size 3/0 (It's a skinny Worm).
on a thicker Worm I go to 4/0 or 5/0 but that's because we have Large mouth bass that are 8lb +
I also use straight shank Hooks size 2/0 either Owner or Gamagatsu