Zoom Bait Company's green-pumpkin-purple-green Finesse Worm

Zoom Bait Company's green-pumpkin-purple-green Finesse Worm

On Oct. 29, we posted a brief blog announcing that the Zoom Bait Company was manufacturing a new color for its classic 4 3/4-inch Finesse Worm.  That color is called sprayed grass.



Since then, the folks at Zoom have announced that there is another new Finesse Worm color that might catch the fancy Midwest finesse anglers, as well as the largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass that these anglers chase.


Zoom calls this color: green pumpkin purple green.


It is described  as "a spin off of two of the most popular green pumpkin colors." This new green-pumpkin hue is embellished with purple and green glitter. Zoom says it is an  "all-around color that looks natural in clear water and yet puts off good flash for stained water."

The retail price for  a package of 20 retails ranges from $3.79 to $4.99.


(Zoom's Baby Brush Hog, which some Midwest finesse anglers wield in the spring,  is also available in the green-pumpkin-purple-green hue.)

Endnotes 

As we noted in several previous gear-guide blogs, we are eager for Midwest finesse anglers,  Friends of Finesse Fishing and other anglers to post their observations about the effectiveness of this new color in their waterways. Please post your insights in the comment section below this blog.

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