Dead Ringer Worm 8" June Bug Soft Baits (021-005) by Zoom®. The eight-inch Dead Ringer is a masterful take on the original ring worm, in a package that'll tempt the biggest bass in the lake. It features segmented rings that trap and hold water for a presence far greater than its small body. The addition of a curly tail that flutters on the fall and when twitched is often too much for bass to resist. This largest modern take on the original ring worm can be pitched into holes in the grass or around laydowns to tempt even the wariest bass.
- Ringed body and curly tail
- This largest modern take on the original ring worm can be pitched into holes in the grass or around laydowns to tempt even the wariest bass
- Designed and manufactured using innovative technologies
- Rigorous quality you can trust
- Expertly made from sturdy materials
- 10 Soft Baits
The Zoom® Bait Company is a true American success story, rising from one man’s vision and elbow grease to become the worldwide leader in soft plastic lures. Ed Chambers proved that necessity truly is the mother of invention in the fishing industry – when he couldn’t find the worm styles that he needed, the Georgia gaming machine salesman used a trolling motor in a 55 gallon drum to mix up the plastic to mold lures that would do a better job. That was 1977. In the nearly four decades since that relatively inauspicious beginning, Zoom’s attention to detail and innovative nature has allowed the company to grow. Now, there’s a 40,000 square foot facility with state-of-the-art equipment making countless styles of lures in over 400 distinct color patterns. That growth has been fueled by a commitment to quality and listening to what anglers want. The Zoom Lizard had become the standard-bearer for the industry, the best of its kind and used anywhere that bass swim. Zoom has worked to develop new shapes and techniques, such as the Super Fluke and Brush Hog. Zoom has been a leader in developing new colors, too, with now-standards like Pumpkin coming from the fertile mind of Ed Chambers, who truly “thinks like a fish.”