Zoom® Tab Tail Grub
Big, flappy curltail features a slight tabon the end that produces the dragging effect of a crippled baitfish. Bass charge in for the easy meal!
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by TheAskingTyler If you like smallmouth buy these THese work great for small mouth bass and the color chartreuse pearl ... Just get them March 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by wheelman First grub out of the "bag" I fish early season January - February for Potomac River walleye. These are my go - to baits for those cold water fish. I have a large supply on hand of the four inch baits. The walleyes eat these up! As the season progresses I have taken many nice smallmouth as well. These baits are a 'confidence bait' for me. March 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by fishunter01 Another awesome zoom lure Zoom grubs are hands down the best lures for bass. I was big on senkos until I found zoom grubs. These and the fat alberts outfish senkos hands down. Fish cant resist the action on these things. They last pretty long when texas rigged. I dont quite understand the people that say these are not durable. They are a soft plastic, they're not supposed to last forever. The softness is the reason these things work so well. If you don't like that they rip go buy a crankbait and catch 1/10 of what you would with these. The price on these is very reasonable as well. Ive recommended these to all my fishing buddies. August 18, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by rainyday101 Smallmouth Bass Slammers The best grub period! I use these Texas rigged with a 1/0 EWG hook, usually in the glimmer blue color. This setup is now my number one river smallmouth producer. When you Texas rig a grub, rig it with the tail up and it will not twist the line. Don't ask me why, but it works. I use a 3/8 oz. bullet on my texas rigs with this in rivers and hop it off bottom, rip it through weeds, twitch and reel, and just slow reel it in. These thins are so versatile and snagless on a Texas rig. The tail on these gives unbelievable action that the smallmouths just can't resist. My goto grub for a Texas rig was a Kalins 5" grub- it has now been replaced! Best yet.... The price! July 15, 2012
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Details:descriptions should included appropriate hook type and size.
A:I would say yes. I have rigged these baits "Texas style" although I usually use a jig head.
The solid portion of the body is two inches the body itself is three eighths of an inch in diameter
A:No, they are too big. I use 1/0 EWG on these texas rigged. Hook the grub with tail up and it will not twist the line.
A:no, I reccomend a 1/8 oz bullet wieght Texas rigged with a 1/0 EWG offset gamagasu hook for best results.
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