NEW Zoom® Ultra-Vibe Speed Worm - 5-3/4"
- Realistic look
- Super soft
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 36 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by bigbass61 awesome product I've used these zoom speed worm and they are amazing. Slow swim them on a texas rig and the bass can't resist. junebug is my favorite color April 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by burgesscreek Proved to work! Proof is in the seeing, the Zoom Ultra-Vibe Speed Worm. On three different trips to Lake Wimico, in NWFlorida my brother beat me 16 to 0 in measuring bass using this worm. I Finally tried one and caught a bass on 3rd cast. Many more since. April 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by IanLowe My favorite zoom product This Is the bait I caught my first real bass on, it's my favorite zoom bait to use and my over all favorite bait, I love the action you get from the ultra vibe tail and it works well on a Texas rig, twich it or just real it in, the bass KILL this bait. The pumpkin seed is a great color also try black and blue and red bug. January 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by asp01 Bass catchers The Zoom Ultra speed worms are bass catchers for me. Bass in the reservoirs that I fish in California seem to love them. Spinner, crank, lipless crank baits don't seem to interest them. August 16, 2012
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Details:I was wondering what kind of weight to use with this lure. Tungsten, or lead and if tungsten, what color weight would you use for the red bug color?
A:Either a 1/8 or 1/4 ounce black screw in bullet works best for me . I prefer lead because the diameter matches up with the bait.
A:Lead...Black, texas style rig
A:These worms cast well with their own weight but when i used weight is was always a 1/16 oz Tungsten. I place this weight in front of a glow in the dark beads and propeller combination. This really allowed me to use the worm through out the water column with a count down technique. I always used red tungsten for red bug color.
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A:1/8 oz either black or red. Just to fish on the bottom. Most of the time I don't use a weight because I like to fish it around and through Lilly Pads. Tungsten weights are good because of the smaller size.
A:I just use a regular lead, 1/8th ounce bullet weight and I pretty much keep that same setup, unless the fish are close to the surface. In that case, I lose the weight and twitch the worm across the surface with a steady retrieve.
A:Try it weightless , similiar to Senko action on the fall when weightless - Tight Lines
A:I don't think color matters on a drop shot rig. Lead is ok for me.
A:That depends on what depth your trying to fish them at. If your using them in shallow water, i.e. 3-4ft or less then use a 1/16 or 1/8 ounce, whichever you can effectively cast. For these light weights I wouldnt pay the extra money to use a tungsten weight. I only use tungsten when going up to 3/8 or 1/2 ounce. In certain situations like gin clear water I do believe that the gray shiny metal of a standard lead weight can catch a gleam and spook fish so I usually paint my weights flat black. In tungsten, if your that nuts about it you can buy the new colored weights and try to match it up with the color or plastic that you are using, but the guy next to you who is just using black will probably catch just as many fish.
A:We use lead. We have caught several big bass 8 to10 pounds on Carolina Rigs using 1 oz. egg sinkers. Try dipping the tail with Spike-it Chartreuse with garlic.
A:lead black my favorite colors junebug ,green pumpkin,black saphire
Carolina, Texas, spit-shot
A:Texas rig ...weight according to wind speed.
A:I always used the following adage, "hook up-Tail down. Most of my applications were Texas rigged with glow in the dark beads and propeller combinations as i usually fish at night here in Arizona. I also used a slow retrieve which I found to me the most effective, ie the fish told me!
A:Texas rig is the primary method that I use with these worms, although when the bass are hitting at the surface, I will lose the bullet weight and swim / twitch the lure across the water. This method makes for some pretty strikes.
A:Weightless , 3/0 offset shank worm hook - Tail down . Line up hook with seam from tail - exit 1/4-3/8" down from nose and then bury back into the same seam so worm hangs straight - Tight Lines
A:Ultravibe is a flat tail--there ain't no up or down.
A:Now your asking people to give away their secrets, but ill tell you one way to use them. Rig up a carolina rig with about 24 inches of line between your swivel and hook. Then choose your egg weight depending upon how deep the water is at your favorite hole. I like a pretty slow sinking rig, so from 12 ft down to about 6ft ill use a 3/16 egg weight. Under 6 I go to a 1/8. Cast it out and slow retrieve it so the worm is at a downward angle .
A:Tail down Carolina. Try dragging them over grass with no weight. Slow and twitch it.
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