The Z-Man EZ TubeZ are made with 10X Tough ElaZtech, tear-resistant material that makes it easy to rig on tube jigs without cutting or retying. They feature rounded tentacles to prevent them sticking together, and to increase action and movement in the water. They're buoyant, and the salt-impregnated material gives you the ideal spiraling descent with tentacles that stand upright off the bottom at rest for a more visible profile than other tubes.
- 6 per pack
- Size: 4"
- Made of 10X Tough ElaZtech
- Rounded tentacles
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Tuff , great colors
I rarely ever fish tubes. Well, that used to be the case. I grew so tired of tearing dozens of plastic baits up on dinks that I went to more efficient styles of baits even though I probably left some bites on the table in doing so.
Once I put these EZtubeZ on my jig, that all changed. I've spent entire days fishing in and around all sorts of gnarly cover and caught dozens and dozens of fish on a single tube without changing it one time. Few people in my Southern area throw tubes (or won't admit it), so this bait simply gets more bites when you need them.
Some tradeoffs with the elaztec plastics: these aren't heavy and dense. For that reason, they aren't as castable as salty tubes. They also have a slower sink rate and tend to glide or drift more, especially when using heavier (12 plus) line. Those might be advantages, depending on what you're trying to accomplish. And finally, they don't make a "big" sized tube as far as I can tell. They make a TRD tube and a small 3.75 incher, which are fish catchers, but I'd like to see wider, longer version in a 4.25 or so.
I rig these tubes on a texas jig head, or T rigged on a wide gap hook with a 1/8 or 1/4 oz weight. In open water or around docks, I rig on a ball head jig, like a small swimbait. I'll also rig these with a ball head inside the tube from time to time. Seems to give it a cool looking falling trajectory.