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Zoom super fluke #14508415 10/17/22 10:58 PM
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Who uses zoom super flukes for sand bass?
How do you rig them and how do you fish them?

Re: Zoom super fluke [Re: TxMN2017] #14508698 10/18/22 11:50 AM
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I'm sure a Fluke will work, but you'll spend a lot of money. If you can find the fish, and they will hit a Fluke, then they will hit just about ANYTHING.

Go to Walmart and buy some cheap white plastic curly-tails and some 1/4 oz. jig heads, or just about anything including spinners, small crankbaits, hair jigs, etc. My favorite is small topwaters worked as fast as you can move them.

Sandbass are not really a "fool em" into biting kind of fish. They run in large schools and voraciously feed native minnows.


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