If your best strategy is to annoy the bass into striking your lure, this BOOYAH® Buzz Blade is the one to tie on! The Buzz Blade Buzzbait creates such a clatter, those bass will just have to smack it just to get a little peace and quiet. The Buzz Blade planes up fast and requires no tuning; its built-in clacker sets to work right away, attacking the blade aggressively. When bass come running, the premium hardcoat paint, extra-large 3-D red eyes, flared red gills and ultra-sharp Mustad® hook seal the deal!
lots of noise
this is a nice buzzbait. it makes quite a bit of noise, but so far it hasnt produced as much as some of my other buzzbaits
May 20, 2012
cover casting superb
I use buzz baits the majority of the time and have had alot of blow ups on this bait. just cast over a tree or buzz it shallow on the waters edge to get good bites. do have to bend it back straight after a hard hit though.
November 9, 2011
I bought two of these(white & black) last night and decided to take them night bassin' right after. They were blowing up the black one left and right but i only hooked three of them, one of them hit it so hard the hook ended up coming out his eye socket, i felt bad for the poor sucker but there was nothing i could do. I'm gonna add a stinger and try it again tonight. I gave them four stars because if you use a swivel it has a tenancy to jump over the bead that holds the clacker in place but its an easy fix, bigger bead, smaller or no swivel
September 1, 2011
This lure in black is a great night fishing buzzbait. Great clacker buzzbait and seems pretty durable. I add a trailer hook for the short strikers.
July 13, 2011
Both yes and no, you have to let the bass tell you, more times than not the clacker helps and will produce stronger hits and more often, but sometimes you can watch and the fish will take off away from it really fast, thats when you slow your speed down and switch to one without it
I think the ones with the clackers are better. Earlier in the day fishing i was using a double buzzbait and only caught 2 fish then i put a clacker one on and along the bank i caught 4 fish not that far from shore, all in different spots in a 30 limit time period.
I would use the clacker type in dirtier water or windy conditions... or nighttime, if your heart can handle it!! If things were dead calm or clear water, I wouldn't use a clacker - and really, I probably wouldn't use a buzzbait at all in those conditions, but would probably use a chugger or jerkbait instead.
5 inches is not going to cut it. I have the 1/4 oz, and I don't know the size personally because I don't care. What counts is that 1/4 oz is a small buzzbait and effective. I have caught 7 basses from the baby size to 2-3 pounder bass in an hour. The length should not matter but how it performs, that counts.
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