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Zoom Trick Worm Soft Bait

$4.79
Zoom Trick Worm Soft Bait - Dick's Sporting Goods
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  • Black
  • Okeechobee Craw
  • Bubblegum
  • Green Pumpkin
  • Green Pumpkin Blue Flash
  • Green Pumpkin Green
  • Green Pumpkin Magic
  • Junebug
  • Pumpkin Chart
  • Red Black Core
  • Watermelon Red
  • Watermelon Red Magic
  • Watermelon Seed
  • Watermelon/chartreuse
  • White
  • 6 1/2 IN.
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Product Information:

The ZoomŪ Trick Worm features a high-floating design that is absolutely deadly on pre-spawn bass in dense vegetation. The Trick Worm provides incredible action in the water when twitched slowly in the shallows. This Trick Worm is 6 and a half inches long and comes in a pack of 20.
FEATURES:

  • High-floating design is deadly on pre-spawn bass in dense vegetation
  • Incredible action when twitched slowly in shallow water
  • Length: 6 1/2 in.
  • Pack Qty: 20
  • Model: 006
  • Zoom Bait
Country of Origin: United States
Web ID: 32588156

Customer Reviews:

Zoom Trick Worm Soft Bait 4.7 5 66 66
great go to bait under all conditions zoom trick worm soft bait is a great bait for the dollar. 20 per package is hard to beat. the bait can stand up to multiple bites/fish.aside from the price/quality feature, zoom trick worm produces results time and time again.great bait for pre spawn, spawn and post spawn for largemouth bass. favorite colors are mardi gra and green pumpkin.iprefer to rig the worm with a # 3 wide gap worm hook and weightless on calm days.use a split shot pegged at the worm head depending on the wind. January 13, 2015
My "Main Gun" on calm days.... I've been a die hard trickworm user for well over a decade now, and have nailed 9 of the 10 largest Large-Mouth Bass on these worms. I began to use them right around the same time Senko's became everyone's go to bait...... I diverged to these, and they won me multiple tournaments and lunker awards. I generally only throw these weightless or with 1/32 or 1/16 ounce weight as they have deceptive action all on their own that weight ruins. This is not a windy day lure, not for me at least. I generally fish these on a medium spinning outfit with 8 lb fluorocarbon or is in heavy cover a LH retrieve bait casting reel with a slow gear ratio and either 10-12 lb Fluorocarbon or Berkely Nano-Fil. I don't like braid with weightless or very light lures as it adversely affects my casting distance. Though these come in a myriad of colors, I only use 6...green pumpkin, grn pmkn flake, watermelon flake, black blue flake , a rootbeer silver flake color (do not recall the exact name) and black. I rig these on a 2/0 through 4/0 wide gap hook, preferably a light wire hook as too much weight ruins the action of these. I will often spend 10+ minutes slowly working one of these back to the boat.... example: I'm in 8-10 feet of water with either underwater wood or vegetation...I'll cast out and keep a snug line but not so snug I affect the action..then allow it to slowly fall, and twitch it until I know it has reached bottom... then I'll slowly lift and drop it, twitch it or if the bass are aggressive work it like a rubber jerkbait. I know I almost always catch bass on these, rarely have an entire day that I am not using one of these much of the time. I also use these in the Susquehanna River for Small-Mouth bass, and they love them as well...but in this case I'll use them on an 1/8 or 3/16 football jig head, exposed hook due to the moderate to heavy current i have the majority of my success in. in short, if you aren't using these, you don't know what you're missing! ESPECIALLY in clear to lightly stained water! December 17, 2014
this product is great fish catching lure the zoom trick worm is one of the best bass lures made. I have used them for many years. November 28, 2014
Always a great plastic Good action for wacky rig. Good balance and fall rate. Soft enough for realism and resilient enough to withstand several strikes. Good amount of salt and overall always. A quality and dependable product from Zoom as always. November 4, 2014
great using the wacky worm setup I use this worm a lot in a pond that I fish in central Virginia. Have used it during spawn and all the way up to current(October) wacky rigged and weightless. Just let it drop and wiggle the thing gently and the bass will tear it up. Good luck October 23, 2014
Great for catching Bass Bought this bait at Dicks and used it at the Clarks Hill Lake and cought a few nice Bass. September 30, 2014
Zoom Trick Worm This is a great product. It has great action and the color is a great color for our area lakes. September 23, 2014
Zoom Trick Worm I like using these baits either Texas-rigged or wacky style. September 16, 2014
Get them These just flat out work get any color/Colors to match conditions etc. weightless shaky head jig head wacky the possibilities are endless. Just go and get them. Now September 2, 2014
Good find for me Ran out on my last bass fishing trip. So when I found these worms on sale, had to buy several bags. August 26, 2014
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