Bass Pro Shops® Lazer Eye™ Buzz Master™ Buzzbaits
When you are looking to churn some water and call up a few agressive strikes, the Bass Pro Shops Buzz Master Buzzbaits will get the job done! The flashy double-wing blade will spit, gurgle, wake and bulge with the best of them, and the pulsating silicone skirt presents a hypnotic appeal that bass can't ignore. Top-quality components; beautifully finished to outperform much costlier buzzbaits. Blade color: Nickel.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 31 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by VitoVenezuela The best for shallow water I used this buzzbait for the first time and it works great and is a resistant lure i catch a 11 LB Three bar Bass, i like it because is easy to use and if you use it at the right time and place you will catch fish after fish awsome, i used in a rainy day, here is the picture. May 5, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by DavidHenry10 Simple yet effective I have fished buzzbaits for a long time, and I am yet to find a better one than this one. Right out of the package it works well, and holds up to abuse without any problems. Solid components last a long time without breaking. Just sad they quit making the black/blue one! March 10, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by bpsmatt Great Buzzbait This is a great buzzbait. I like the black/red color 90 for the early AM. I always get plenty of hits. It just takes a little practice to let the Bass take the lure for a second or two, then set the hook. Caught smallies and largemouths on this in Denver metro area. It will work just as well as any other buzzbait on top of the weeds as long as you hit a pocket and don't let it sink. Start buzzing it as soon as it touches the water. You will have to clean it a little if it's extra weedy, but you can get more hits if you run the weeds or the weedlines. January 2, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by DECKKER Awsome Buzzbait I love just a plain buzzbait and this buzzbait is prefect for me. The blades make a big splashing motion just like and injured fish. December 1, 2007
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Details:Where do you put the swivel on it or tie the knot. I kinda forgot where
A:Around the loop at the top of the spinner just tie a regular spin knot should be fine
A:You tie your line to the little loop in the wire.
A:Most definitely iv caught hundreds of bass using wake baits
A:Like a Charm! Get strikes when nothing else will.
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