Sale Zoom® Tab Tail Grub

   

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Product Color
Length
Quantity
Other specs Quantity Price & availability

Watermelon

Watermelon

4"

10

Model:
059-019

Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

4"

10

Model:
059-025

Glimmer Blue

Glimmer Blue

4"

10

Model:
059-043

White Pearl

White Pearl

4"

10

Model:
059-045

Chartreuse Pearl

Chartreuse Pearl

4"

10

Model:
059-046
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 25 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bass "Killer Lure" I had phenomenal luck slow trolling the "Watermelon Seed" version of this lure in a drop-shot configuration while bouncing the sinker along the bottom near the shore of St. Mary's Lake on Salt Spring Island in British Columbia, Canada, . The smallmouth bass there, averaging 1 to 2 lb in August, couldn't resist this lure and twice bit off the tail end before I could set the hook. I'm anxious to try the same technique on Lake Washington in my home state of Washington. A future report on this activity will follow. September 14, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very consistant bait I'd been using the Zoom fat Albert grub for years, So when this new Tab Tail grub came out I had to try it. I'm sure glad I did. I fish many,many Bass tournaments during the season and when the bite gets really slow I just throw this grub and 90% of the time I'll get hits when everyone else is struggling to find the right bait. Thanks for the inprovement Zoom keep up the great work. Paul August 3, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Resistant to tears Has performed well has takes a lot to tear the bait. Good price also. June 16, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by good value great action. longer tail gives plenty of wiggle. great for bass or jiging for walleyes. June 2, 2010
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descriptions should included appropriate hook type and size.
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yes you can i use a 5/0
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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
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Yeah, you would be ok with a 3/0.
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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.
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 - Peshtigo, Wisconsin
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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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Yes I have used that type hook
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