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BOOYAH Buzz Blade Buzzbaits

   

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Snow White Shad

Snow White Shad

1/4 oz.

1

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4/0

Model:
BYB14605
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  • SKU: 1009161

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Pearl White Chartreuse Shad

Pearl White Chartreuse Shad

1/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4/0

Model:
BYB14606
  • $4.99

  • SKU: 1009168

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Chartreuse Shad

Chartreuse Shad

1/4 oz.

1

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4/0

Model:
BYB14607
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  • SKU: 1009172

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Black

Black

1/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4/0

Model:
BYB14608
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  • SKU: 1009175

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Snow White Shad

Snow White Shad

3/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4/0

Model:
BYB38605
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  • SKU: 1009165

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Pearl White Chartreuse Shad

Pearl White Chartreuse Shad

3/8 oz.

1

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4/0

Model:
BYB38606
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Chartreuse Shad

Chartreuse Shad

3/8 oz.

1

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4/0

Model:
BYB38607
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Black

Black

3/8 oz.

1

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4/0

Model:
BYB38608
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  • SKU: 1009178

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Snow White Shad

Snow White Shad

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
5/0

Model:
BYB12605
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  • SKU: 1109694

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Pearl White Chartreuse Shad

Pearl White Chartreuse Shad

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
5/0

Model:
BYB12606
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  • SKU: 1109695

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Chartreuse Shad

Chartreuse Shad

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
5/0

Model:
BYB12607
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  • SKU: 1109696

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Black

Black

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
5/0

Model:
BYB12608
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  • SKU: 1109697

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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!

BOOYAH Buzz Blade Buzzbaits 4.7 5 76 76
You would be crazy if you pass this on! Crazy AND stupid to pass this for other lure! The first time I use the white buzz blade in 1/4oz size, I caught 7 bass in an hour around the lily pads area. See my picture, the smallest to the biggest I have caught so far, I'm itching to break my personal best LMB!! I have the other two buzzbait in bigger size but black/red, it does not work for me so far. White buzzbait in 1/4oz works great! YOU WILL NOT REGRET THIS! April 20, 2011
Only buzzbait I use the Booyah Buzz Blade Buzzbaits are by far my favorite buzzbait to use for bass. I use the buzzbaits with the clacker which gives it a lot of extra noise which seems to attract fish more than ones without a clacker. I use it mostly for bass, but will occasionally catch a pike if they are in there. Perfect buzzbait for a fun day of fishing. March 23, 2010
Worth every penny!! I used my Booyah Buzz Blade in a small pond not heavily bass fished. I casted into the pond about 7 or 8 times over a small weed patch just after sundown and a 20" 4lb large mouth bass exploded out of the water and inhaled my buzz bait....it was awesome!! September 2, 2010
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
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i fish were theres ton of hydrilla
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I would rather use a baitcaster, but same goes for either setup. I prefer m/h and the longer the better. 7foot. give you better casting distance and the abbilitty to "lift" the lure to the top faster. I fish my Buzzbaits on a 7-6 M/H baitcast rod with a 6.1/1 reel and 15lbs line. I do like mono for topwater baits it give that extra stretch that helps me when they hit. its Like a little delay. also it floats.
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Medium with a quick tip.
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Med-Heavy is probably the best for these heavy baits.
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depends? does your water see alot of pressure? does eveyone use ones without clacker? If you answered yes to either I would say "yes the clacker is better" give them something they don't see, or hear all the time. It works for me.
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If the bass are active - yes. Less noise draws strikes from tentative bass.
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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
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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.
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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.
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The one with the clacker has worked best for me. I do alot of pond fishing and where I go the fish seem to hit it more than one without a clacker.
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There is not a huge difference. Some days when the fishing is slow it can increase the amount of fish you catch. But on days where bass are in feeding mode, there is not much of a difference
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this one
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when it comes to buzz baits I have always had the best luck with the regular Booyah buzz the dancin buzz works well on pressured waters.
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what number color is best?

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I do the best with white
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05 and 08
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I would go with a chartreuse skirt. You can never go wrong with chartreuse. If there are minnows or shad in the lake you are fishing, white skirts tend to be a good pick as well.
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I like the 05 and 07.
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If you like lots of action then this buzzbait is tops.
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The pond majic buzz bait works better on ponds to be honest. If you're looking for spinner baits, the booyah pond magic spinners work better for me when fishing ponds as well. Hope this helps.
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I like this one because with that extra blade it has more sound.
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how long is this buzzbait?

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about 5" end to end
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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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5 inches
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Bi-you or BuzzBlade?

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Should I buy a Bi-You buzzbait or BuzzBlade. Which one has a better clacker and makes more movement?
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buzzblade has always produced
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I SUGGEST THE BUZZBLADE.. BI-YOU IS A LITTLE TOO MUCH WITH THE TWO CLACKERS...
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