B'n'M Original BreamBuster Pole

   

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9'

Light

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
4-10 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/64 - 1/4 oz.

Pieces:
Telescopic

Model:
BB9

10'

Light

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
4-10 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/64 - 1/4 oz.

Pieces:
Telescopic

Model:
BB10

11'

Light

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
4-10 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/64 - 1/4 oz.

Pieces:
Telescopic

Model:
BB11

12'

Light

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
4-10 lbs.

Lure Weight:
1/64 - 1/4 oz.

Pieces:
Telescopic

Model:
BB12
  • Original design for the oldest bream and bluegill pole is back
  • Made from 100% lightweight fiberglass
  • Leatherette wrapped handle for comfort
  • Cylindrical shape maintains the original action
  • Each section is individually flocked
  • Thread-wrapped eyelet for maximum sensitivity  
The original design for the oldest bream and bluegill pole on the market is back with the B'n'M Original BreamBuster Pole. Made from 100% lightweight fiberglass, the BreamBuster Pole features a leatherette wrapped handle for comfort and a cylindrical shape that maintains the original action which makes bream and bluegill so much fun to catch. Each section of the BreamBuster is individually flocked to prevent the sections from sticking and the eyelet is wrapped with the thread that offers the best sensitivity.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by It's all in how you rig it! These are great poles...the tip is not designed to be tied to...you actually run your line through it and tie directly to the pole about 6"'s down...I actually take a piece of electrical tape after I tie to the pole and wrap it around my knot one time...this keeps you from getting a direct pull on the tip...making even the smallest fish a fighter...like i said it's all in how you rig it! April 28, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by LOVE 'EM Owned and fished with these since the '70s when Lew's first introduced them. Was joyful that B&M put them back into the market. Bought all the 11 and 12 foot models I saw on the shelf in Orlando Bass Pro Shops while visiting my brother who took me on a tour of this sportsman's dream store. i think if the directions are followed to run the line through the eyelet on the tip of the pole and then tie the line to the pole behind the thread wrapping it will solve the eyelet problem found on the last 2 reviews. I've been using this method while fishing with 50lb test braided line in the rivers and haven't lost a tip yet. You can do some severe hook straightening on aberdeen hooks with this and i've fished for days without breaking off while fishing brushpiles. Super product and hopefully they'll make a 14 footer too. February 10, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by nothing to write home about I bought this rod because of it being 11 foot long. It is hard to find a good 11 ft. brim pole. They usually come in 10 or 12 ft lengths Most 12 ft poles are too heavy. The eyelet has already come off. Would be fine if they made the top section a little stiffer. The top section is so limber it is hard to pick the fish up to get it into the boat. June 22, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by Do not Buy The second time I snagged a submerged tree branch under water the tip eyelet pulled out.I was using thin wire hooks which will easily bend in this situation but the eyelet pulled out first.Never had this happen before.I was using the BB11 model. June 15, 2010
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BB9 42 inches
BB10 46 inches
BB11 37.5 inches
BB12 41.5 inches
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can you use it with trout

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can you fish trout with this pole?
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I use mine to pitch nymphs in Colorado rivers and streams for trout. I have a 10 foot pole, recommend a 12 foot pole for more coverage. Probably not very good for lakes. Easy to pitch and control. Get some super small split shot and a couple flys at a fly shop.
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I wouldn't know why not.
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Absolutely. My Grandchildren used worms. grasshoppers. and corn kernels to catch browns, rainbows, and char on these telescoping poles.
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It all depends of how you handle the fish when on the line. If you are careful, this could be a great trout rod.
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