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Did Zoom baits go out of business?

Did Zoom baits go out of business?

Are we going out of business? Absolutely not. In fact, business is as strong as ever.

What is the best bait for shad?

The best bait for American shad are small, artificial lures including jigs, spinners, spoons and similar lures. Shiny or brightly colored lures work best, although shad also are known to bite a shiny bare hook, especially attached to a swivel to give it some swaying action.

What is a shad lure good for?

The quivering, undulating tails give them an alluring motion and send out vibrations that add an auditory appeal to lure a fish to strike. Plus, they also work year-round, in both cold weather conditions and on brutally hot summer days. No wonder soft plastic shad lures are one of the most effective baits you can use.

Who is the owner of Zoom baits?

Ed Chambers
Ed Chambers, the founder and owner of Zoom Bait Company, was 78 years old. It’s been about four years since I last saw Mr.

Where are Zoom baits manufactured?

We remain headquartered in Watkinsville, Georgia, a lovely town of about a thousand folks in northeastern Georgia, in the heart of some of the best bass fishing in the world – a true “laboratory” for the development of the next generation of bass fishing excellence.

Is shad a good fish to eat?

“Shad is a great fish to eat, it’s very healthy for you, and you’re supporting a local fishery that’s sustainable.” Shad, a large member of the herring family, are famously bony fish. Cooks get around that by baking the fish to soften the bones. But for most people, the real prize is the shad roe.

Is Frozen shad good catfish bait?

Yes, it is! Now as I said, frozen shad is better than not having any catfish bait at all but if given the option of having fresh or frozen shad, fresh will almost always win. After fifteen years as a catfish guide I’ve tested fresh bait against frozen time and time again and fresh almost always wins.

Where is Zoom Bait Company?

Watkinsville, Georgia
The official fan page for Zoom Bait Company, Watkinsville, Georgia.

Who owns the Zoom Bait Company?

We had a unique privilege to visit with someone that all of us at Wired2Fish consider one of maybe five of the top innovators ever in fishing, Ed Chambers, owner of Zoom Bait Company.