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
  • $19.99

  • SKU: 1652405

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10'

Light

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
4-10 lbs.

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

Pieces:
Telescopic

Model:
BB10
  • $20.99

  • SKU: 1652406

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11'

Light

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
4-10 lbs.

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

Pieces:
Telescopic

Model:
BB11
  • $22.99

  • SKU: 1652407

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12'

Light

Action:
Fast

Line Weight:
4-10 lbs.

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

Pieces:
Telescopic

Model:
BB12
  • $23.99

  • SKU: 1652408

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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.

  • 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
B'n'M Original BreamBuster Pole 4 5 8 8
Too Large I own a number of "Bream Busters", even some of the original ones, but this one is not like any other I have. The butt section is much larger in diameter and feels big in my hand. It has good action, but not like the ones I am use to. March 5, 2014
Around forever The BreamBuster poles have been around forever because they work. The telescoping design gives you a pole with a manageable size that is easy to store and carry in you car. Fully extended it has very light action, but is so flexible it would take a huge fish to break it. I use mine to pitch nymphs into Colorado rivers and lakes. Covers a lot of water and no fly fishing hangups. Wish I had bought a 12 foot instead of a 10 foot. June 28, 2013
Good for the money Ordered the 12' pole but is a little bit long. You were out of the shorter size poles. Prefer to use the shorter ones. So far so good. June 10, 2013
Good pole These are good poles. Excellent for a long day of wade fishing during the crappie spawn, because they weigh so little. A ten footer tipped with a beautiful 1/8 oz T- Bone jig is a deadly combination! January 20, 2012
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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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