Zoom soft plastic baits are known throughout the bass fishing world as tough, dependable plastics that catch fish under every condition, and these lizards are no exception. The secret is in the consistency of the injected plastic - just soft enough for smooth flowing motion in the tail and legs but tough enough to last for more than one fish. The colors run true from lizard to lizard and from bag to bag, ensuring you fish-catching baits every time. Make sure you have enough of your favorite color for the next tournament or the next day of fun fishing. Zoom plastic also takes dye very well, enabling you to customize your baits for changing situations while out on the water. Zoom always offers a great value for a great product.
Comments: My confidence bait! Fish this around the bank, use green pumpkin chartreuse tail it works in any water
From: Gary: Tennessee 1/3/17
Comments: They're the bestseller for a reason. They WORK. I catch half of my pond bass on the 8" Magnum Lizard in Watermelon/Chartreuse. Occasionally switch to Pumpkin/Chartreuse, but the former works too well most of the time. Texas-rigged with a 3/8 oz brass bullet worm weight. 2/0 worm hook. If you can get it to where the fish are, they'll hit it.
From: James: KY 12/1/16
Comments: Don't overlook Dropshotting a Zoom lizard...any size will work, if your hook matches up to your rod & line. Try a circle hook. For that matter, try two circle hooks on your DS rig. You can thank me later!
From: Steve: WA 9/24/16
Comments: Great bait & very productive. I have tried with most success texas rigging & 4 or 5 wide gap hooks. Great color diversity. I have got most bass with water melon, green pumpkin & junebug during spring.
From: Rafamar: Monterrey, NM 5/15/16
Comments: I have caught literally over a hundred bass in a day on these lizards. I do not go anywhere with out the 6in watermelon seed
From: Zach: Theriot, LA 3/14/16
Comments: I like using the white lizards for the spawn with a 3/16 tungsten and a 3/0 EWG gamakatsu hook & my other favorite color is black with a blue tail
From: Logan: Biloxi, MS 2/15/16
Comments: people say use bigger baits to catch bigger fish that is true in some ways but I recently bought the 6in chartuse pepper lizard an it is awesome I caught a 10lb 3oz bass an several other really good size bass with this as of now this is one of my favorite lizards looking forward to trying some other colors out
From: Seth: Whigham, GA 10/11/15
Comments: These are the best lizards on the market. My favorite colors or red shad and black blue flk. Ive had my most success rigging the weightless and twitching them through grass and texas rigging across the bottom and topwater. Ive had 8in bass take the 6in lizard but if you're going for big bass definitely go with 8in
From: Cristian: Grand Rapids 8/5/15
Comments: These lizards are pretty good. They work real well and catch lots of fish all the time. They are not the most durable baits thought. The noses tear easily and the limbs fall off. I am also disappointed to see that my favorite color is gone. It was called Blue Moccasin or something like that. It works well Texas rigged down here. For the price these baits are good, but the Yum lizards hold up just a little bit better.
From: Ethan: Meridian, MS 3/17/14
Comments: This is the best lizard I have ever used and one of my best all time lures.
From: Kyle: US Chicago
Comments: Really productive lizard. Its great on a 3/0 trokar magworm. Wat/red is awesome and if they aint on it like the should be dip the tail in chart. garlic jj's or spike it and they will tear it up.
From: Will: AL
Comments: LOVE THESE THINGS! I have had lots of luck with the 4 inch watermelon red rigged with a 2/0 EWG hook but is better with 3/0 EWG hook. First time ever used, first cast flippin into some sticks and grass caught a 3lb bass largemouth. Also have luck with the 6 inch watermelon red.
Comments: It is a good lizard.I have a Watermelon color rigged on a 4/0 EWG Hook. I fished it on a slow retreive.It hit the water and a nice bass hammered it right away.All in all it is a get lizard.
From: Wyatt: SD
Comments: Beats yum by a mile. Best lizard ever made, I like the green pumpkin magic but every color will put bass in your live well with ease.
Comments: Absolutely the best soft plastic to use in the spring time, me and my buddies have been catching largemouth or getting bites 80% of our casts using them weightless and t-rigged on the green with red flake, I have even been using it with a punch skirt weightless with great success. Had to go buy a couple more packs but if the head gets ripped up simply tear just the head off and t-rig it again :)
From: Zach: IN
Comments: im gong to let a cat outta the bag here and tell my fellow friends here on TW a topsecret trick i use in my area on the 8" lizard that got my fish of a lifetime a 18lb. 6oz largie...(this is a topsecret lure for me still,i wont even tell my boat buddies what it is,they think its some plastic lizard made by some mystery brand that i refuse to tell or share haha)ok what i do is take 2 of the 8" lizards and run a small slit in the belly of 1 and place a rattle in it then i run a line of super glue down the bottom (flat side) of the izard and i take another lizard and glue the 2 bottom to bottom (flatsides together) i leave the arms and tails free (unglued).this gives the bait amuch bigger profile and moves more water with all the arms and tails moving plus the added sound of rattles now,so there u have it,if u want to give it a try...its something the bass dont see often...a beefed up lizard.
From: Steveo: USA
Comments: These lizards are one of the best soft plastics for spawning largemouths. I know fisherman in Tenn. that use Zoom lizards Carolina-rigged for keeper smallies in the Spring on Norris. Green pumpkin, cotton candy, and watermelon colors seem to be the most popular colors in the South East.
From: John: Lexington, KY
Comments: Best soft plastic lizard on the market period, way better than the yum lizard, and swims more natural than the yum lizard does. Any color that mimics a sallemander black blue fleck or red fleck, red shad, watermelon red, etc will catch a ton of fish in any water clarity. I don't even hardly bother with any size smaller than 8 inches, it just seems that the bass dont fall for the smaller ones as much, maybe because most lizards on the market are the 6 inch ones or smaller, who knows. I only weight it if im flipping and pitching it, the rest of the time its fished weightless just slow rolling it, mainly because in florida most of the lakes arent all that deep, and the slower more horizontal fall catches more fish than the nose first dive with it weighted. Just slow roll it around any type of cover, and let it fall to the bottom and work it slowly along the bottom like a sallemander then swim it again, or burn it on the surface, like a longer toad almost, absolutely deadly bait, and at 3.99 a pack you can't beat it.
From: Ben: FL
Comments: Love these lizards only ones in my tackle box!! and the only ones that will ever be.
From: Garrett: GA
Comments: just drag it along the bottom and hold on it kills
Comments: best bait ive ever used it is durable and catches bass. I caught 3 four plus bass and a five 3 (get the white)
From: Preston: Tecumseh
Comments: This lure is superb and has caught me tons of fish. However it is not the most durable lure and the head tends to rip.
Comments: Went thru 2 packs a few days ago. Dont sleep on slow rolling a lizard. Another great '2 presentations in one cast' bait. If you dont know what that means, I aint gonna tell you.
From: Meatwad: Hangin ova
Comments: Aw man! Versatile and Effective. Weightless for a semi topwater bait, Texas rigged(bumped along bottom or slow rolling for a good swimming action), swimbait, flipping and pitching, trailers(4" works best for that), carolina rig. The sky is the limit for these baits. So buy a pack any size I've had yearling bass eat the 6" on several occasions.
From: Britt: South Alabama