Muskies attack some bucktail lures with a passion and the Blue Fox Vibrax Musky Buck is one of those hot baits. There are plenty of reasons why. All Blue Fox Vibrax Musky Buck models feature the patented ''torque-free'' design which virtually eliminates all line twist. Add the unique double-sound source to this bait and you have a lure that brings 'em up and in. Don't gamble with just any bucktail -- choose the one that works!
The 1-1/16 oz. and 1-5/16 oz. models come with tandem hooks.
Rated 5 out of 5 by MrPike11 River Monsters
unbelievable casting, very durable for big fish!!!!
November 7, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by shrek69 Pike and Muskie Killer
I love to fish for bass BUT now I think I've found something new! I bought this bait and the fish can't get enough. I have even caught fish about the same size as the bait but haven't got the giant one yet but he's out there. My son and daughter are excited to use it too but are not sure if they can handle a big fish. I tell them just hang on.(We fish out of kayaks which is really awesome too!) I would recomend this bait if your fishing for pike or muskie!
Happy Fishing and Bass Wishes!!!
August 2, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Matri Best spinning lure for Pike/Musky
Vibrax makes the best spinning lures on the market, and cudos to them for making them bigger and setting up a tandem on it. I can't get enough of this lure. The vibration it sets off from the internal mechanism, and the hard thuds the blade makes when being retrives is just awesome. I love that it can be fished super slow and still stay relatively high in the water.
August 1, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Canada201 Awesome
These are incredible bucktails, honestly the first time I casted one my dad caught a fish so I netted it and when I reeled in my bait I already had I pike on, then proceeded to catch two more in the next hour. I prefer the lighter model but on a heavier rod I could easily fish the heavier model which sinks quite a bit quicker. In my opinion the best colour is red and I have it in both sizes.
June 8, 2011
I would say that most of the time I catch pike on it, but have caught a few largemouth bass that must've been very hungry too. Haven't caught a musky on one yet, but I'm sure that had more to do with the locations I was fishing though and not the lure. So to answer your question this lure will definitley catch predatory fish such as pike and musky if they're there although you can't rule out getting a bass at the end of your line.