Zoom Curly “C” Tail Worm
The Curly Tail features a short, tightly-segmented body paired with a ribbon-style tail that flutters and waves with the slightest provocation, providing great swimming action. It’s fantastic on a downsized Texas rig or a shakey head, but don’t hesitate to Carolina rig it when fish are keyed on smaller, highly active baitfish.
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Often copied, but never matched, the original Finesse Worm is a smaller version of the popular Zoom Trick Worm and can be rigged in a variety of ways, including wacky style on a small hook, on a darter head, splitshot or on a shakey or finesse jig head. Its subtle action and natural undulations attract bass anywhere they swim.
Zoom Shakey Head Worm
The Shakey Head Worm was built to maximize your success when fishing the ultimate limit getter, the shakey head. It features a flat head that makes rigging effortless and a body that is tapered to give it optimal action with the lightest twitches. On a shaky head jig, the tail stands straight up and dances across the bottom, inviting bass to an early dinner.
Zoom U-Tail WormDescription
There may be no better all-around worm on the market today than the U-Tale, the perfect mid-size body for the widest variety of conditions, paired with a flapping curly tail which forms the letter “U.” It’s a proven fish catcher anywhere that bass swim – has been for generations and will continue to be so for the foreseeable future.SpecificationsMade in the USA since 1977!
- Size = 6 ¾ inches
- Mid-size worm
- Solid-bodied worm with “U”-shaped tail
- The worm that you learned to Texas rig with as a child is still every bit as effective, whether you’re fishing your backyard pond or a big lake for six figure checks
Zoom Trick Worm
The Trick Worm was the original floating worm, deadly for twitching and deadsticking weightless for a stealth approach to shallow water bass, but in recent years it has become the gold standard for so much more. Savvy pros have realized that its straight, slender profile is perfect on the back of a shakey head or Carolina rigged when fish have seen every other lure under the sun. With its subtle approach and wide range of color options, there’s a Trick Worm for every situation.