Glenn: Hey, folks Glenn May here with BassResouce. comand I’m here at the Bass Master Classic withFLW pro, Justin Kerr. We’re looking at the brand-new Z-Man ChatterBait. It’s called the Jack Hammer. Justin, tell us a little bit about this. Justin: Yeah, Bret finally got together withZ-Man and Evergreen and we made a awesomechatterbait. You know, he was real particular on designand we got an awesome flipping hook involvedwith it. It’s a heavy-duty Gamakatsu hook. It has a double keeper, if you can see that,which holds your bait on great. And one of my little things that I like thatthey did is always put their size of the baiton the belly, which. . . you know how you’realways fumbling through your boxes and youalways can’t find the exact size. Well, now you can just exactly look, see it’sa 3/8ths or a half-ounce, and pick it up,and go. Glenn: That’s really smart. I do exactly the same thing, I’m throwingit and I’m telling my friends, “Yeah, I gothim on the bait,” and they’re like, “Whatsize?””This one!”That’s great that is has it on, so you canorganize it a lot better. What are the different colors they have itin?Justin: There’s like 10 different colors. There’s a bunch of shad colors and then hehas his famous BeeHide Delight, which is hisbluegill standard color that he loves, hassome chartreuse and green pumpkin. You know, all the skirts are hand-tied, sothe skirt will not fall down, it’s hand-tied. And that’s, you know, if your fish jigs orjust chatterbaits, you’re always having tohand-tie is always better than sliding theskirt up there as it falls down a lot. Glenn: Now, the cool thing about this, inaddition to that, is there’s a lot of differentways you can fish it, right?So tell me some of the unique ways that youfish it. Justin: Yeah, you know, having the heavierchatterbait, you know, I’ll put a, you know,a half-ounce chatterbait on a 12 or 14-poundpound line. And out West, we like to fish on the bottoma lot so, you know, having that and havingthe design of the head, if you can see, it’skind of weighted down a little bit towardsthe bottom so it keeps it down a little bitmore, and you know, you can fish it on thebottom and rip it through grass. And you know, the 3/8ths, you can put it on20-pound and burn it, and it won’t roll andit won’t come over. So there’s a lot of different ways that youcan fish this bait and it was designed bysomeone that really knows what they’re doing,so it’s going to be a good bait. Glenn: Now, where can I find this and howmuch would it be?Justin: Tackle Warehouse has an exclusiveon it right now with Dick’s Sporting Goods. Here at the Classic, Dick’s Sporting Goodis selling them and Tackle Warehouse, youcan go and find them on Tackle Warehouse. The sale started on Friday. So, we’re looking forward to making some goodprogress with the bait. Glenn: Doesn’t it run like around $15, $16,something like that?Justin: Yeah, they sometimes have specials,but I believe it’s retailing for $15. 99. Glenn: Very good. Thank you so much, Justin, definitely appreciateit. You guys gotta check out this new bait.