How To Rig Z-Man Lures For More Strikes

By: Tony Acevedo on August 12, 2019
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Here’s a question that comes up often:

Why do Z-Man lures seem to have different action than other soft plastics, such as those made by DOA and Gulp?

The answer:

Z-Man lures are more buoyant than other soft plastics.

They’re made out of a different, more elastic, and less dense material.

This affects how they move through the water, which should affect how you should rig them.

Want to see how I like to rig Z-Man lures to catch more fish?

Check out the video below!

Secret Z-Man Rigging Tip [VIDEO]

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Conclusion

Are you going to be rigging Z-Man lures differently now?

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Gary Rankel
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Hey Tony…….most of the time I’m fishing in 2-3 feet of water with a weedy bottom, so I prefer the lighter weight with the ZMan. The slower the sink rate, the better.

Steven Free
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Wow I never thought of that because even though I have some z-man baits I never really used them that much but I have been starting to more I like a lot of there colors that are a great fit to the dark waters I fish here in the Jax st Aug area thanks for the info and as usual all you do😁

Dave Otte
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Tony, this is what we need! Short and sweet and catch more fish. These little tips are rich information. You are awesome and you’re really helping us have more fun. Thank you so much!!

John Purdue
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Good info

Thomas Brotzman
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Heck yeah. Great video Tony. I have noticed a difference especially when trying to hug the bottom. Same weight had to fish the Zman way slower to stay down. Will change that immediately. Never thought about buoyancy until you said it. Thanks. Salt Strong.