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I MEAN WHAT HAS THE BEST COLOR BEST SCENT BECAUSE EVERY BODY I TALK TO USE THEM BUT I DONT KNOW WHAT TWO USE

I BET YOUR ASKING WHY MY USERNAME IS BERKLEY BUT I HAVENT USED THERE BAIT BUT USE ONE OF THERE LIGHTING RODS

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I fish Zoom much more than Berkley.  The few Berkley products I have purchased did not compare well with the Zoom products in fish-catching ability.  That's not to say that Berkley is bad.  I doubt if I have given Berkley a fair shake because I don't fish them as often as Zoom.  

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if i could only pick one it would have to be berkley just because my number one go to bait is a berkley bungee worm. doug

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Out of those two ZOOM for sure and its not even close for me. The Berkley baits are OKAY but theirs just something about ZOOM that catches me fish and lots of em when I use them. For the price they cannot be beat.

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the only berkley bait i use is a powerworm.zoom znd yum for most plastics.

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I picked Zoom just because that is all I ever use.

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Both.    They both make excellent worms.    I catch alot of big bass on 10 inch power worms, and brush hogs are excellent flipping baits.

Matt.

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I use both, But I do use the Horny Toad the most as it's a very productive bait and I do like the power worms though.

Chow

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I USE BOTH WITH ABOUT THE SAME CATCH RATE.

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a skilled angler, who knows his water well, will do so much better with either of these brands, than a novice will... with either.

The brand, color, size, shape, etc of soft plastic lures has SOOO little to do with their effectivness, that pitting one brand against another is like splitting hairs.

Again, just MPO,

Peace,

Fish

PS, It's been one of my strong beliefs, for a long time, that people most often look to the "wrong end of the line" when they want to see what's working.

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I like ZOOM only because they have proven fish catching designs and colors. I don't use any of that Berkley stuff because I have never caught a fish on it, but I know that if I throw a brush hog in some grass I am going to get bit. I just have a lot more confiednce in the ZOOM designs.

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berkley has good grubs, and the powerworms always catch fish, but Zoom has a lot more colors and styles of plastics. I don't think that you can say one is better than the other, each have their positives.

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Both.    They both make excellent worms.    I catch alot of big bass on 10 inch power worms, and brush hogs are excellent flipping baits.

Matt.

YEP!

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I have only used a power bait once.   I was followed around the pond that day by a nasty skunk.  Nasty.

I have used the zoom super fluke quite a bit.  I have caught quite a few bass since May.  I havn't caught anything on the trickworms.  I caught 1 bass on the zoom horny toad.  Thats all I've tried.

My vote is for zoom, but its biased.  I really havn't fished for bass long enough to judge.  Just my opinion.

later

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