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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.
Zoom® Soft Plastic Baits - Super Fluke Jr.
great for river smallies. my dad landed a 4 pound smallmouth on baby bass. the most succsesfull is watermelon seed. make sure to buy 2 packages when you get them because those bass tear em up
July 8, 2012
the best is still the best
I strayed, I admit it. Some glitzy ads and fancy packaging and I was a goner.
But if you know - if you've had a certain level of success before with a certain type bait - you develop a feel for what to expect.
needless to say it didnt' happen with the others....I am back to my senses....and back to Zoom flukes!
not sure I can add anything else that hasnt' been said about this bait over time....they just work from surface to bottom....seemingly endless ways to rig 'em.
June 15, 2012
Great lure for matching the hatch
I have seen these little guys work on big schooling fish when nothing else would work. It's amazing but they work when the shad are real small and the bass are really locked in on that size and color. Multiple color options is a real plus.
The only negative is the line twist, fish with a swivel to prevent. It's kind of a pain sometimes, but have leaders made up before you head out and you are good to go.
July 6, 2011
inshore saltwater goto bait!rig it with a swimbait weighted hook and pro-cure scent(mullet or shrimp)have lots of fun enjoy!
March 9, 2011
Yes, this is a great way to catch large smallie's during summer months. I place three hooks spaced approximately twelve to fifteen inches apart beginning two feet above the weight (1/2 oz) tied to the end of my line. I use a watermelon/black flake on the hook nearest the weight, a chartreuse/pearl on the second hook and a pearl white on the top hook. If the bass is in the area, hold on! Good luck and I hope this tip helps you.
If you are using the barrel swivel to keep the twist out of your line while using a spin cast outfit, it doesn't really matter what size as long as the swivel is attached well ahead of your rigged fluke, always keep the swivel 15 to 18 inches from the hook and fluke. Try this and I think you will be pleased. Remember, sometimes the bass will strike the swivel if it's to big.
Is there any difference in the way this bait moves, jerks and falls trough the water compared to the Zoom Fluke? Both are 4". I tried the bass pro shops fluke, it's ok but it doesn't moves like the regular zoom fluke. the shape of the super fluke jr is very simmilar to the bps brand (the belly part) and different to the regular zoom fluke. If I were to choose between the fluke and the super fluke jr. which would you recomend?
In my openion there is a definate difference in the action of the original 4" fluke and the Super Fluke Jr. 4". I fish both rivers and lakes and have found that the SFJ looks and acts more natural when twitched and even sinks much faster than the original "slim" fluke. The belly is more natural and I believe it appears that way to the bass. I personally get more strikes on the SFJ than the original. Sometimes I change to an original 4" fluke when they stop hitting a SFJ just to give them something new to look at, it works.
Personally I see no need to use a EWG hook when using a SFJ. I use the 2/0 Gamakatsu O'Shaughnessy, Offset Shank hook and I loose very few fish. Give them time to get the fluke in their mouth and "cross their eyes". Most of my misses are due to premature hook sets or getting excited when I see the fish strike and I try and set the hook to soon.
A 2/0 or 3/0 EWG hook works perfect I per-fur 3/0 because it is stronger than a 2/0 and I catch big fish. But you need to set the hook a little harder with the 3/0 then a 2/0. But both of these hooks fit perfectly.
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