October 29, 2013
For years on end, Zoom Bait Company's 4 3/4-inch Finesse Worm has been a staple in untold numbers of tackle boxes.
Zoom recently introduced a new color for this classic worm, and it might catch the fancy of scores of finesse anglers and their quarries.
The color is called sprayed grass. It exhibits a two-tone, transparent, greenish hue and is adorned with purple and green flakes. Because of its transparent nature, it looks as if it would be primarily a clear-water finesse bait. But according to the folks at Zoom, it possesses a light-and-dark component, which makes it a multi-purpose color. Thus, it should work as well in dirty-water scenarios as it does around clear-water lairs.
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 sprayed-grass hue.)
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.