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zoom now makes a 7 inch magnum super fluke......

i just found them at bps this on wednesday

its WAY BIGGER that the current super fluke.

go check em out

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Wow that's awesome. I'm going to get some for big pike.

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I got mine three months ago. Where have ya'll been.

Ok, Fluke. Assuming you have had a chance to fish them:

1. what size hook?

2. have you tried them with a weighted hook?

3. how heavy are these compared to the super fluke? (basically, can I throw them with my MH 7ft rod I throw super flukes with?)

FD

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I alway tend to use a smaller hook then most people so I use a 5/0. Yes they are pretty heavy compaired to the Super Fluke but I still fish them weightless. There is no reason why you shouldn't have a problem fishing them with a MH rod.

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I alway tend to use a smaller hook then most people so I use a 5/0. Yes they are pretty heavy compaired to the Super Fluke but I still fish them weightless. There is no reason why you shouldn't have a problem fishing them with a MH rod.

Thanks, Fluke

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....And the smell of bannanas is wafting through the air ::)

God I cant wait until I get a hold of some of these! I have been saying for a while they need a bigger one.

Cant wait to toss it on a c rig!

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If I'm noise hooking the Super Fluke, I really like to use a 1/0 EWG hook. If I'm Tx rigging it I use a 3/0 EWG hook. Never really thought about going with a EWG 5/0 Flippin' hook, but now that you brought it up, it does have a big advantage of adding just a tad more weight since I fish it weedless. Thanks for the tip.

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If I'm noise hooking the Super Fluke, I really like to use a 1/0 EWG hook. If I'm Tx rigging it I use a 3/0 EWG hook. Never really thought about going with a EWG 5/0 Flippin' hook, but now that you brought it up, it does have a big advantage of adding just a tad more weight since I fish it weedless. Thanks for the tip.

Gammie even makes a 6/0 EWG offset "Superline" worm hook.  We use it in 5" flukes and 6" flappin shads, and I'm sure it will work just fine in these new 7" models.

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