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Disco Green

Disco Green

5"

10

Model:
023-307

Bluegill Flash

Bluegill Flash

5"

10

Model:
023-353

Silver Flash

Silver Flash

5"

10

Model:
023-356

Tennessee Shad

Tennessee Shad

5"

10

Model:
023-357

Sexy Shad

Sexy Shad

5"

10

Model:
023-354

Disco Violet

Disco Violet

5"

10

Model:
023-300

Watermelon Candy

Watermelon Candy

5"

10

Model:
023-120

Pearl Chartreuse Tail

Pearl Chartreuse Tail

5"

10

Model:
023-191

Watermelon Chartreuse Tail

Watermelon Chartreuse Tail

5"

10

Model:
023-051

Glow Chartreuse Tail

Glow Chartreuse Tail

5"

10

Model:
023-190

Avocado Red Tail

Avocado Red Tail

5"

10

Model:
023-188

Rainbow Shad

Rainbow Shad

5"

10

Model:
023-194

June Bug

June Bug

5"

10

Model:
023-005

Houdini

Houdini

5"

10

Model:
023-297

Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

5"

10

Model:
023-019

Watermelon Red Pearl

Watermelon Red Pearl

5"

10

Model:
023-245

Green Albino

Green Albino

5"

10

Model:
023-238

Black

Black

5"

10

Model:
023-038

Bubble Gum

Bubble Gum

5"

10

Model:
023-039

Watermelon Magic

Watermelon Magic

5"

10

Model:
023-283

Green Pumpkin Magic

Green Pumpkin Magic

5"

10

Model:
023-284

Glimmer Blue

Glimmer Blue

5"

10

Model:
023-043

Lemon Shad

Lemon Shad

5"

10

Model:
023-145

White Pearl

White Pearl

5"

10

Model:
023-045

Watermelon Green

Watermelon Green

5"

10

Model:
023-240

Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

5"

10

Model:
023-054

Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras

5"

10

Model:
023-259

Silver Rainbow

Silver Rainbow

5"

10

Model:
023-059

Blue Pearl Hologram

Blue Pearl Hologram

5"

10

Model:
023-228

Baby Bass

Baby Bass

5"

10

Model:
023-115

Baitfish

Baitfish

5"

10

Model:
023-224

Pumpkin Spice

Pumpkin Spice

5"

10

Model:
023-268

Golden Bream

Golden Bream

5"

10

Model:
023-130

Smokin' Silver

Smokin' Silver

5"

10

Model:
023-105

Arkansas Shiner

Arkansas Shiner

5"

10

Model:
023-106

Watermelon Gold Glitter

Watermelon Gold Glitter

5"

10

Model:
023-141

Midnight Chartreuse

Midnight Chartreuse

5"

10

Model:
023-227

Chartreuse Pearl

Chartreuse Pearl

5"

10

Model:
023-046

Watermelon Pro Blue

Watermelon Pro Blue

5"

10

Model:
023-153

Albino

Albino

5"

10

Model:
023-091

White Ice

White Ice

5"

10

Model:
023-185

Smokin' Shad

Smokin' Shad

5"

10

Model:
023-109

There are plastic baits, and then there are Zoom® baits. The difference is undeniable. For those who love to fish—and catch—there can be no other choice. The Zoom Super Fluke™, as well as 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.

  • Wholly realistic
  • Super-soft
  • Salt-impregnated
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 334 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by All I use! Can I tell you something? This is the only bait I use period. I use the Jr and its white color variants. I don't know why I carry a tackle box around with me when i could carry a pack of these and some Texas rig hooks. I know it may sound crazy but this is seriously the ONLY lure i use to catch fish. It's so life like that Ive actually seen bait fish schooling with this bait as I'm reeling it in at the end of my retrieve. The biggest Largemouth Bass of my life was caught on this lure as well as the biggest Smallmouth, just today actually. I catch Rock Bass, White bass, and one Longnose Gar on these things! Just walk the dog for a bit and let it die with this baby and you will bang bass all day long. You don't know me and I don't know you but you're really going to have to trust me on this one. This is the best lure I have ever seen, I don't know why it works so well it just does. Please try it! July 10, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by ZOOM FLUKE!!! This bait is amazing!!! I highly recommend that you rig it texas style and make it weightless. I fish it like a wounded baitfish which makes it irresistable to fish!!! July 21, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best bait on the market, period! I mostly only use the zoom super flukes when I bass fish. depending on the time of year I either use a weightless hook or a hook with some lead on it to get it deeper. By far my favorite color is the fluorescent green, really gets them going when the bite is slow! June 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best plastic bait ever made When ever fish are feeding on surface shad, or in the spring when the bass are near the bank, there is no better bait to use than a Zoom Fluke. One of the best things about the bait, when used in clear water, you get to watch the fish attack the bait. I have found this bait to be equally effective, on Bass, Whites and Hybrids. June 20, 2014
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I would Texas rig it!
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weightless with a 3/0 wide gap hook
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Weedless is the way to go. With the pikes stiff mouth and long jaws it's better to use a thicker 6-8 ought hook preferably trokar.I use a 7ought hook for my bass
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This is one of my best go to baits for bass and pike , the only color I need is white , I have most of the other colors but white is by far the most productive. I use a Gamagatsu 3 Red wide gap hook. The red helps to make the bait look like it is bleeding . The main trick I use on this bait is when I use this hook I enter the fluke in the front entering the lower third on the front of the fluke go into the bait to the first bend and go back out and re enter the back up and thru to the top this will bury the knot and eye of the hook inside the bait.i can walk the dog with this bait and every 2-3 ' i whip the rod a little harder and the bait will jump out of the water like a dying shad fish cant stand this , I have had pike come to the bait like a torpedo and also come up and out of the water like a rocket with it in there mouth . Its truly a Heart Attack bait.
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i regularly fish truman lake and i am try to pick the best 3 colors for this lake down in Warsaw Missouri. the water is quite stained and has about 2 feet of visibility
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Start with whatever is closest to the local forage, then experiment with other colors. These are very inexpensive baits so you can buy a few packs and try them out! Good luck.
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I would use Albino. I find it works best for most all applications.
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bubblebum, chartruce, and shad
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I'm going after river smallies (many fish per day but fairly small) and I want to set up a double rig (kvd's zulu rig) using these flukes and the ZTOO's which eliminates the screw lock hooks. I'd like to find a hook that doesn't tear these baits up while still giving it good action. Does anyone have any experience with the Mustad Ultra Lock, The Skip Jack Hooks or something else they prefer? Thanks, Mike
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4/0 worm hook, and no weight
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i use a 3.0 wide gap hook red by Gamagatsu . I f your tearing up flukes ,use a bick lighter with the tube on the end like u light your grill with it will weld your plastic baits back togther and u can reuse them . I keep one in each tackle box.
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Best practice would say to go with a 4/0 or 5/0 size for either Gamakatzu EWG worm hook or KVD Mustad pin hook. Have also had success with similar sized jig heads.
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The only way I rig this is on a 5/0 Gamakatsu wide gap hook.
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VMC wide gap worm hook
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ive just started using the skip jack hooks.really liking them.
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I use a 4/0 Gamakatsu EWG worm hook
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Go with a KVD Mustad, Grip Pin Hook. It works great when fishing Z Toos. I've had much sucess with this hook. Seen it on one of Kevin's TV shows
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I use a #3 EWG
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I would put them on a nice light baitcasting rod or spinning rod and let it sink and jig it up and down. I love using light rods when you catch a big fish. It gives it more fun
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The best success we had with it was jigging near the bottom.
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twitch twitch...pause...twitch twitch...pauce...twi (should feel the weight of a fish). Don't have to set the hook. they pretty much hooks themselves. Just pull the line to the 12 o'clock and reel that bad boy in.
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You can work them like a jerk bait, pause and jerk, quick, but not so quick it runs on the top of the water. I also like to work them slow. Cast, let it sink for 5-10 seconds, give a few twitches, let fall for a second or two, repeat. The slow presentation is deadly when the fish aren't biting, their instincts to eat dying fish take over and they can't help themselves.
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Try texas rigging it and fishing it like a jerk bait.
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I use these baits a couple ways, mostly by skipping them around docks, timber, and other visible weeds, and by far the best is as follows. Skip the fluke, say to the front of a dock, and let it sit and sink for a couple of seconds. Then, quickly jerk it once or twice to give it the dying minnow look. If a bass is going to hit it, he usually does it then.
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Twitch twitch pause repeat
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rig it up weedless with no weight on a 4/0 EWG worm hook
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Well FloridaFishing386 I fish the Fluke with a Gamakatsu offset shank worm EWG hook from a 1/0 up to a 7/0 depending on the size of the fluke. I Texas rig it, and tend to fish it more with spinning gear, it's easier to cast and work at times especially when skipping it under cover. But also can be fished with casting gear up to 12lb. test. Just twitch it like a jerk bait. Can weight it down with a keel hook or nail weight.
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weightless texas rig, 3/0 hook, 5", green albino or arkansas shiner colors, slowly swim over and then let sit in and near lily pads, or very near shore
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You will have to find out how the fish want the bait that day. If the bite is tough you can fish it weightless with short jerks and let it sit in front of them and then another 2 or three jerks. If the bite is on put it on a jig head and work it fast.
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albino and albino with yellow tail
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Match the color to the water color for best success,lso bigger the better
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Pink and White seem to work best for me. You should really give pink a try!
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Smoking Shad on a red gamakatsu EWG size 5 works great for everthing
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I would use anything Green, because of the grass. Water/red, green pumpkin, watermellon seed. Or you could use shad colors Disco vilot/green
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Any of the darker greens. I have caught some big bass with green colored frogs top water. But the green flukes hammer them. Try some Senko's also, they do really well in Okee
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Yes you can! Caught several sea bass in the back bay with this same lure. I'd recommend using with a saltwater jig head in this instance.
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I use the Super Flukes extensively for Specs and Flounder in Sarasota Bay. I use a 3-0 weighted worm hook to rig them weedless when drifting the grass flats.
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I fish it in saltwater for anything that chases bait fish (barracuda, bonito, halibut, bass, tuna, yellowtail, etc). I also have fished the Bass Pro Tourney Minnow, the only difference is the softness of the plastic. The Zoom is a little more durable for the toothy critters, but the Tourney Minnow is more wiggly.
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Zoom flukes and stripers are made for each other
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Yes you can! i suggest the bigger one stronger because saltwater fish tend to be bigger but they work great for every kind of fishing!
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Yes best for saltwater
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Yes, you can use super flukes in salt water. use light colors and dip head in pink or red die then hold on.
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a bass is a bass is a bass ! Don't let location fool you anything that works in the south will work in the north. If you have grass use green colors watermellon, watermellon/red. If this doesn't work use shad colors they work everywhere.
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it depends on what the bass have as a food source. i have always had luck on an Arkansas shiner and especially the baby bass. you might want to try the white as well. the size usually depends on the time of year during the summer when the fish will hit anything it doesnt really matter but like in winter i would go with the 5 in. because the big bass are lazy. they would rather use all their energy on eating something big to fill them up than to eat a bunch of small fish and waste their energy.
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Find out what your fish are feeding on and match that forage as closely as possible. Since this bait works best in relatively clear water, matching your hatch will probably be your best option. I catch a ton of fish on Pearl and Arkansas Shiner colors.
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What type and size of hook do you rig these with?
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Would recommend using either a 4/0 or 5/0 Gamakatzu EWG Worm hook or KVD Mustad Pin hook.
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5/0 Gamakatsu wide gap
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5" Super Fluke, 3/0 hook, i use an offset shank round bend worm hook but some use extra wide gap
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I use 5/0 hooks. Works very well
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