Googan Squad Zinger Tournament Grade Bass Fishing Spinnerbait - 4 Sizes/7 Colors

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The Googan Squad Zinger is a double-bladed spinnerbait designed to bump, bang, and zing off cover and grass. The Zinger is designed to be fished around docks, stumps, and brush while also streamlining through the veggies with ease. Each Zinger features a strong wire framework, stout hook, and a flashy Colorado and willow blade. 

The Googan Squad Zinger has a hand-tied skirt fastened around a sticky sharp Mustad hook. To help prevent line slippage, the Zinger also features a pre-rigged rubber knot stopper to keep your line from sneaking down the wire of the bait.

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The Googan Squad Mini Zinger is a finesse double-bladed spinnerbait designed to bump, bang, and zing off cover and grass. The Mini Zinger is designed to be fished around docks, stumps, and brush while also streamlining through the veggies with ease. Each Mini Zinger features a strong wire framework, stout hook, and a flashy Colorado and willow blade. 

The Googan Squad Mini Zinger has a hand-tied skirt fastened around a sticky sharp Mustad hook. To help prevent line slippage, the Mini Zinger also features a pre-rigged rubber knot stopper to keep your line from sneaking down the wire of the bait. 

GREAT FOR: Ponds, Creeks, or Pressured Bodies of Water

WEIGHT: 1/4 oz

BLADES: Colorado #2 / Willow #3

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The Micro Zinger is a bite-sized spinnerbait designed to catch predators that roam ponds, streams, and creeks. It comes fitted with the features you have come to expect from the Googan brand with a Mustad hook, double bait keeper, and a hand tied skirt. Cast and retrieve this bait slowly around cover like wood, rock, and vegetation in your favorite honey hole and hold on tight.

Features:

  • Single Colorado blade for thump and flash
  • Hand tied skirt
  • Double bait keeper for soft plastics
Pro Tip: Bump your Zinger against hard cover like docks, brush, laydowns, and trees to help create reaction strikes from fish holding tight to the cover. This technique helps create a reaction strike from fish who may likely not have bitten otherwise. Look for areas with shallow grass, cover, or feeding fish and work your Zinger using an erratic retrieve,
slowing down in cool water while speeding up in warmer conditions.