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Strike King 3X Plastic Bait - Zero Worm

StrikeKingZeroWorm

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The 3X line of lures from Strike King Lure Company is simply unbelievable! They are made with Cyber Flexxx™, a proprietary crystal gel compound that is covered by four United States patents and have been in development for over three years. Strike King is proud to introduce the new and revolutionary 3X product line.

The durability of the 3X product causes there to be fewer broken tails and legs due to short-striking fish, small fish nibbling on the lure, getting hung up, etc. An additional advantage is being able to spend more time fishing rather than digging around in your tackle box for a replacement and having to rig a new lure.

Secondly, the material is extremely soft. The durability previously mentioned would be useless if the bait did not feel real to the fish. 3X products are softer and more supple than soft plastic baits which give them the realistic feel and this creates additional action from the slightest twitch or motion of the rod tip.

A third reason is that the material has floatation qualities that are greater than traditional soft plastics. This gives 3X an enhanced action that attracts more fish. This is especially true when Carolina rigging. The 3X lures will actually float up off of the bottom and look much more alive than plastic lures. This buoyant property is even an advantage when Texas rigging because when paused the tail will be more alive and tend to "drift up" like a natural bait does as it feeds on the bottom or on a submerged bush or stump.

So what does all this mean? Extra fish! Strike King's new 3X line of lures will help you catch more fish. Try them out for yourself and see how the strength, softness, and buoyancy will revolutionize your soft bait fishing.

The zero worm is a fast sinking - salt imprenated worm. 5" long. Count: 4 per bag.

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3XZ5-101
101 - Bama Craw
Size Price Stock Qty
5" $3.59 25+
3XZ5-103
103 - Dirt
Size Price Stock Qty
5" $3.59 25+
3XZ5-107
107 - New Money
Size Price Stock Qty
5" $3.59 25+
3XZ5-108
108 - PB&J
Size Price Stock Qty
5" $3.59 25+
3XZ5-109
109 - Coppertreuse
Size Price Stock Qty
5" $3.59 25+
3XZ5-112
112 - Purple Haze
Size Price Stock Qty
5" $3.59 25+
3XZ5-16
16 - Watermelon
Size Price Stock Qty
5" $3.59 25+
3XZ5-18
18 - Watermelon Red Flake
Size Price Stock Qty
5" $3.59 25+
3XZ5-23
23 - Bubble Gum
Size Price Stock Qty
5" $3.59 25+
3XZ5-42
42 - June Bug
Size Price Stock Qty
5" $3.59 25+
3XZ5-46
46 - Green Pumpkin
Size Price Stock Qty
5" $3.59 25+
3XZ5-84
84 - Pearl
Size Price Stock Qty
5" $3.59 18
3XZ5-97
97 - Green Pumpkin/Red Flake
Size Price Stock Qty
5" $3.59 25+
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS


  • Never been skunked  September 13, 2014

    This worm catches Big Bass!!!! I have never been skunked.

  • very durable!  December 1, 2012

    The senko and the zero are not the same one is heavy the other light the zero works better when it is fished shallow the senko is great when it is fished deeper! so that doesn't mean the senko is better because I have caught some really big bass on both of them! but the senko is not nearly as durable as the zero thats why I use the zero. If I need it sink faster I use a little weight or a wacky jig but it is a big bass catcher trust me I like the green pumpkin with red fleck and the green pumpkin as well.

  • Awesome Worm .  July 20, 2012

    This zero lures is awesome its super soft , super durability is great . I have about 6 colors of these but the best color is puple haze . I use a 2/0 gamakatsu octopus hook wacky style ,and a spinning combo setup . So the zero with caught the largemouth bass anyday my biggest bass weight about 2lb 7oz caught on this on this worm so don't give up on using them keep trying and they will surprise you with a big bass .

  • Zero work = Zero Fish  June 24, 2011

    Let me open by saying the advertisments are true, this bait lasts longer, feels great and would appear to be a drop dead gorgeous bait. But, I've tried the Watermelon and crawdad colors with no hits, or fish. I even threw a yamamoto right where i pulled a zero through and caught bass in consecutive casts. I really like the feel and action of this bait, but I can't get the bass on board. Perhaps I need a different marketing approach. I threw a naked rig, no weight.