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BOOYAH® Pond Magic™ Buzzbaits

   

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Limetreuse

Limetreuse

1/8 oz.

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Hook Size:
2/0

Model:
BYPMB18632
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  • SKU: 1109623

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Citrus Shad

Citrus Shad

1/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
2/0

Model:
BYPMB18644
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  • SKU: 1109624

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Shad

Shad

1/8 oz.

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Hook Size:
2/0

Model:
BYPMB18650
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Firefly

Firefly

1/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
2/0

Model:
BYPMB18651
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  • SKU: 1109626

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Red Ant

Red Ant

1/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
2/0

Model:
BYPMB18652
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  • SKU: 1109627

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Firebug

Firebug

1/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
2/0

Model:
BYPMB18653
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  • SKU: 1109628

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June Bug

June Bug

1/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
2/0

Model:
BYPMB18654
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  • SKU: 1109629

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Grasshopper

Grasshopper

1/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
2/0

Model:
BYPMB18655
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  • SKU: 1109630

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Hidden farm ponds and remote strip mine lakes hold jumbo heavyweights that hardly ever see heavy fishing pressure. Shorter in size but not on moxie, BOOYAH Tux and Tails Spinnerbaits - Double Colorado Pond Magic Buzzbaits feature hand selected color and blade combos that match the forage base of these smaller waters. Premium components such as a Mustad® Ultra Point™ hook and 60 strand ultra fine silicone skirt virtually guarantee that these tiny gems will reap HUGE rewards!  
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 33 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Small bait...BIG fish This bait may be small but will produce big results. No such thing as a short strike with this bait. Awesome lure in the river as well. A chunky smallmouth and a catfish this morning on the upper Potomac can testify to that. Best to use 4lb-6lb line for long casts. July 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awsome I fish in a little creek and it works great. We catch nice bass every time we use one. I think the red one works best, but the other ones work well too. I plan on getting more. September 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Buzzbait review I use these small buzzbaits on lakes in New Jersey and they outcatch larger sizes. Even though a relatively small bait, I get bass 3-6 lbs on them that don't show an interest in the larger size buzz baits July 10, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Reliable Love to use these going over lilly pads and aquatic plants. Works well to being out bass from hiding along banks and shallows. May 30, 2012
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Is it good for white bass?

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depending on the water you could catch whites on it; but it wouldn't be a good choice. I would work a smaller spinner bait on the surface with an indiana blade or a small version of the buzz bait. Provided the whites are hitting the top water baits.
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Yes this would be good for White Bass
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The reservoir is highly vegetated.
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Since it can vary from one body of water to another, we suggest you speak to someone locally, such as local marinas or bait shops. Your local conservation department will also be able to help.
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I have had good luck with these, any color, especially early in the morning before sunrise and running them along the bank
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I fish a black buzz with red streaks and have my best luck with that. Great in the morning and when it starts to cool off in the summer at dusk.
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buzz baits work for me before sunrise along the shore line and late evening. Works well in heavy vegetation. Run them over lily pads and through veg. This is one of my main lure used from May-Oct early in the A.M. before sunrise. I have best luck with all white or all yellow.
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This is actually a great little versatile buzzbait that will catch alot of fish. I recommend them because it will catch fish in small streams, ponds, lakes, river or any other bodies of water. With it being a smaller buzzbait that weighs only 1/8 oz makes it catch almost anything in the water and will hold up to a larger bass aswell.

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does it stay on the top easy? because were i fish they take a slower moving bait
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yes it does, especially if you tweak the wire so the blades are giving more lift. Begin the retrieve a split second before the bait hits the water and it will stay on top. You can then slow it down. Adding a trailer can help if you use a floating type trailer. I use mine in combo with the spook. They can't resist. Good fishing!
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The bait will stay on top when it is slowed down or stopped. Always remember if you are getting short strikes you can cut the tails shorter causing the fish to bite more of the frog. Thanks

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Yes...just use light line and long rod.
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I have retrieved this bait slow and very fast. My bass prefer different things also and I can tell you that you can retrieve it as slow as you can and just let the blade tap the top of the water. The fish are attracted to the vibration so they will strike it if it is moving underwater also. Yes, it stays on the water extremely easy.
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It takes moderate retrieval rate to keep at surface or you can slow it down and use just below surface. I have caught bass both ways. This is a great lure to cast into and on lily pads and other vegetation and use as a jerk bait. Rarely gets hung up. Caught a 7.95 Largemouth today 9-26 casting into lily pads. Several other bass hit the lure and missed, some hit the lily pad and knocked lure into water, then took the lure. Caught several small bass today also.
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I love the pond magic and have had best result with them, but have had some success with blade. I just don't like as well or use as often
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These are better on small waters because they are a better match to the available diet.
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I like this one better because of it's compact size. Strikes are still awesome but you don't miss as many.
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A buzzbait is one that typically stays on top of the water and has a blade that spins and makes a buzzing noise creating alot of vibration. A spinnerbait stays underwater and the blades spin creating vibration as well as appearing to be a fast moving minnow through the water.
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Buzz baits are retrieved at a rate to keep at surface or just under. You can let them settle and use as "spinner" type baits. I have caught bass on top of water and deeper with buzz baits. Spinner baits usually are fished below surface and various depths depending on where fish are. I have rapid retrieved spin baits where they would be almost at the surface or let hit surface and then let drop.
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a buzzbait has a "propellor". A spinner bait has a loose blade that wobbles.
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Different blade configuration and totally different type of blades. Buzz baits are for top water and spinners are for under water.
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A buzzbait is designed to run on top of the water with a fixed 2 or 3 blade "propeller" a spinner bait can be fished at pretty much any depth and has a single blade attached to a swivel that will allow it to spin 360 degrees so it will create a metallic flash under the water imitating the silver scales of a fleeing baitfish. A buzzbait relies more on sound thus the name "Buzz" bait.
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Buzz baits are meant to be worked on the top only. Spinners can be worked on both top middle and bottom. they both have different blades too.
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