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Zoom Bait Company is releasing a new shape that looks to be part fluke, part soft stickbait. As shown here it’s got a ribbed worm body with a forked tail. It’s said to be a good drop bait as well as a good bait to work weightless around shallow cover and even schooling fish. It should start hitting shelves in August. It will be about 6 inches in size.  It’s a heavy salt bait so it will cast well, fish well on wacky rig and on a Texas Rig with a weight and weightless like a Fluke as well. They will be introducing a new color with this bait — Green Pumpkin Purple and Green Flake.

This should be a versatile plastic bait to go with their already extensive lineup. More details and photos of the bait to come and we’ll be reviewing it in the next few months.

 

Zoom-Bait-Fluke-Stick

3 thoughts on “New Zoom Bait Fluke Stick

  1. I’ve used the watermelon seed ones and they are fantastic. They could catch bass out of a bathtub. Really versatile. It can be jerked back in or reeled in at any speed and bass love it.

  2. Yum had a Fork Tailed Dinger for a long time. I guess it didn’t do well so they stopped making it a couple of years ago, I’m pretty sure I still have some somewhere.
    X2..I grabbed a load of those when Yum put them out. Still got a bunch and use them a bunch. They are a good drop shot bait.

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