Is Zoom baits going out of business?

Is Zoom baits going out of business?

Are we going out of business? Absolutely not. In fact, business is as strong as ever.

How long is a Zoom Finesse Worm?

4.5 inches
The Zoom Finesse Worm is 4.5 inches in length and is great for those days when the bite calls for a smaller profile.

Whats the difference between a trick worm and a finesse worm?

Finesse Worm – Zoom Bait Company. Often copied, but never matched, the original Finesse Worm is a smaller version of the popular Zoom Trick Worm and can be rigged in a variety of ways, including wacky style on a small hook, on a darter head, splitshot or on a shakey or finesse jig head.

Who Bought Zoom Bait Company?

Ed Chambers
We had a unique privilege to visit with someone that all of us at Wired2Fish consider one of maybe five of the top innovators ever in fishing, Ed Chambers, owner of Zoom Bait Company. Alongside Chambers were Chris Baxter and his first and longest employed right-hand man, Ed Wortham.

Who owns Zoom Bait?

Ed Chambers, the founder and owner of Zoom Bait Company, was 78 years old. It’s been about four years since I last saw Mr.

Does a trick worm float?

This 6 1/2-inch worm is often referred to as a “floating worm”, but that terminology can be misleading because it doesn’t actually float. Instead, it sinks very slowly. The most popular way to fish the Trick Worm is on a weightless Texas rig. This is also one of my favorite ways to catch fish in deep brush piles.

Are Zoom worms good?

Zoom plastic worms are great, especially these grubs! What more can we say? This is a good springtime lure for smallies, especially in rivers.

What is a Texas rigged worm?

The Texas rig is a technique used for fishing with soft plastic lures. It involves a bullet-shaped weight being threaded onto the fishing line first, followed by a glass or plastic bead, and then the line is secured to a hook, usually an offset worm hook.

Where is Zoom baits located?

Watkinsville, Georgia
We remain headquartered in Watkinsville, Georgia, a lovely town of about a thousand folks in northeastern Georgia, in the heart of some of the best bass fishing in the world – a true “laboratory” for the development of the next generation of bass fishing excellence.