Storing Z-Man Lures (So They Don’t Melt)

By: Tony Acevedo on September 20, 2019
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Have you ever tried to store your Z-Man lures in a plastic container, or with other soft plastic lures?

If you have, you’ve likely noticed that they easily melt!

It’s heartbreaking getting to your honey hole, seeing tailing reds, and reaching for your favorite Z-Man lures, only to find they’re melted and out of commission!

Thankfully, there’s a way to combat this, stay organized, and save space at the same time.

Watch the video below to learn how.

Storing Z-Man Lures [VIDEO]

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MICHAEL Drozdowski
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Here’s another thing I found out about Z-man materials the hard way. I had some pearl colored Minnowz and I wanted to colorize the tails with yellow, garlic-flavored Spike-it Dip-n-Glo, like I do with my pearl colored DOA Cal shad tails. So I dipped 3 or 4 of the Minnowz’s and 10 minutes later, all of the tails fell off!

Chad Cockrum
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Yep, that is one of the few negatives of Z-Man bait material.

Adam Austin
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I give them a rub down with some pro cure super gel. Helps them smell tasty, but no glowing.

Robert Knowles
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About 2 weeks late on this tip!! Haha! I had to learn the hard way. But I will say to anyone that has any Zman plastics they don’t use anymore; place some regular plastics with them and you have a cool experiment. NOTE: you will no longer have a Zman product or the standard soft plastics.

Gary Rankel
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Storing those Zman pouches in the frig instead of a hot garage is a good idea as well.