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The Zoom Brush Hogs are a favorite of many across the country. These baits come in three Different sizes. The 4 inch Tiny Brush Hog, 5 inch Baby Brush Hog and the regular 6 inch Brush Hog. These baits fall slowly because of its wing-like features on the side. Combined with a double tail on the back, Brush Hogs puts lots of vibration out and can call fish even in murky water. Pick the size you prefer and rig it how you wish. Texas rig it or it is also is a real weapon fished on a Carolina rig. A very versatile bait that is used by many as their go to bait. 



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Tiny Brush Hog



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Brush Hog



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Black Emerald

Black Red Glitter

Black Ruby

Black Sapphire


Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin Red Glitter

June Bug

June Bug Red

Peanut Butter & Jelly


Red Bug

Red Shad

Rootbeer Pepper Green Glitter

Sour Grape

Tequila Sunrise

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Watermelon Red

Watermelon Seed

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Pearl White

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Product Reviews

(3 Ratings, 2 Reviews) Average Rating:
Most popular creature bait ever??
Michael Carter (Winchester, KY) 2/25/2009 8:55 PM
The brush hog is a great bait but the baby brush hog is probably more used. It is the ideal size for a creature bait in most places. I can remember buying my first pack of baby brush hogs long before I heard the term creature bait. It took my a while to figure out how to use them and now I use them as trailers, for flipping, Carolina rig, and swimming. Its probably the most versatile plastic bait in my box. I still only use two colors green pumpkin and watermelon but I dye the appendages in dirty water and make modifications like everybody, you cant resist it! Its one of my favorite plastics for flipping I like a beaver a lot but when I want to swim the bait some as well I like a brush hog or baby brush hog. Its bulk and length make it ideal for swimming around grass and you can cover water swimming it then stop and fish it slow around isolated cover for a good 1-2 punch with the same bait. I think its a bait that a lot of people don't talk about as well but I know it catches big fish for lots of people the profile is bigger than the newer creature baits. I guess if your deciding when to use a brush hog think slow fall and lift the best part about this bait is has one the slowest falls you can find. It definitely falls into the must have category because there will be times when it is the best option if you just learn to look for those times. sb-mrbassky1
Zoom Baby Brush Hog
Anonymous (Unknown) 11/20/2007 7:11 PM
Great crawdad imitator. The watermellon red is phenominal for carolina rigging in deep, clear lakes. Dark colors are also great for flipping into bushes and laydowns in stained water.