Z-Man Scented ShrimpZ Review [UNDERWATER FOOTAGE]

By: Tony Acevedo on September 28, 2018
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Z-Man Scented ShrimpZ review

The Z-Man Scented ShrimpZ is a shrimp imitation scented lure.

It’s a good choice for shallow water fishing and can also be used to target deeper areas when rigged on a jighead.

There are some things that I really like about this lure and some aspects I’m not too crazy about.

After using this lure for a while, I wanted to give you my honest review of it.

In this article, I go over the top pros and cons for the Z-Man Scented ShrimpZ.

You can also see some underwater footage of this lure in action in the video review at the bottom of the page.

Note: We are not affiliated with any fishing lure companies. If you’ve used the Z-Man Scented ShrimpZ, let us know what you thought of it in the comments section. Your honest feedback is always welcome!

Z-Man Scented ShrimpZ Specs

Z-Man Scented ShrimpZ Pack

Each pack of the Z-Man Scented ShrimpZ comes with five shrimp lures.

The packs contain Pro-Cure super gel which adds scent to the lures as well.

The Scented ShrimpZ comes in a 3″ and 4″ model.

There are 13 different color combinations for the 3″ Scented ShrimpZ and eight for the 4″.

Each Z-Man Scented ShrimpZ pack is $4.99 on the Z-Man website.

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Z-Man Scented ShrimpZ Video Review

In this video, I give you my full review of the Z-Man Scented ShrimpZ. I also show you how this lure looks to fish with some underwater footage.

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Conclusion

Z-Man Scented ShrimpZ and Hook

This is a good shrimp lure to throw at redfish, trout, snook and even black drum.

The added scent is an extra element that makes this lure enticing to fish.

While it’s not perfect, it’s a lure that I like and have had positive experiences with on the water.

Remember, we are not affiliated with Z-Man in any way. All our reviews are objective and independent.

If you have any questions about this lure, let us know in the comments.

Tight Lines!

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Steven Free
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I do like the z-man but to me still the vudu shrimp beats them all the action is awesome and they are tough like z-man as well 20 to 30 fish on one bait is very common and the best part is they are already prerigged so you don’t have to struggle to rig them like the z-man and I always use procure scent on all my baits the shrimp scent for plastic shrimp and mullet for topwater plugs also inshore scent for paddletail and they also make one called flounder pounder for flounder im a scent freak that’s for sure but to me whatever works thanks Tony for all you do😁

Allen Tufts
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Great Video Tony! Thank you

Charles Phillippi
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awesome video! Thanks Tony

Pablo Diaz
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Nice video – great rigging tips

Gary Rankel
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Good tips, Tony. Just wondering why you make a pilot hole in the tail section but not on the head. I’ve been pretty much doing a pilot hole anywhere I want to insert a hook into Elastech.