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Strike King®'s Double Take Buzzbait is equipped with twin counter-rotating blades to create extra lift, enable a slow retrieve, perfectly straight tracking and spray water outward for a commotion unlike any other buzzbait. Includes exclusive Perfect Skirt with Magic Tails and comes pre-rigged with Sabre Point® trailer hook.
I have been fishing buzzbaits for 10 years now, and have owned many different models. I have always liked the dual-bladed baits, due to the fact that they surface quickly, run true, and create quite a disturbance (which is what buzzbaits do best).
This particular buzzbait is no exception. It surfaces quickly, displaces a lot of water, and runs perfectly straight, with no tuning. It also casts fairly well, although with any large bait like this, it has higher wind-resistance than something compact, like a spoon. The skirt is also a nice touch. It is fused at the collar, which will prevent it from coming apart; something that has happened to me quite a few times with other buzzbaits. Finally, the added trailer-hook (which I recommend on all buzzbaits) has snagged a few short-strikers, thus saving me from near-misses.
March 18, 2007
Have used buzz baits of all kinds but this one is my favorite. The double spinners really churn up the water and put the bass into a feeding frenzy. I've actually had 2 bass strike this lure at the same time!
I really would like Bass Pro to stock these on their shelf again!
August 15, 2012
Ive never used buzz baits before. I went fishing once with this and i was catching bass every cast. Great buzzbait i highly reccomend.
July 7, 2012
Good buzz bait
Makes a good commotion on the surface with a minimum of tuning. Stays up better than most.
June 4, 2012
I think so. More noise and they stay straight when you reel them in. I have fished side by side with someone using a single blade and both caught about the same number of fish, the double buzzer seemed to catch some larger fish though.
sometimes i you feel you need that extra noise and wake on the waters surface but remember as a fisherman you just want every bait but as they say for food your eyes are bigger that ur stomach and ur gonna get hungry again but you dont want leftovers here what i am saying you dont need all the fancy stuff if the fish are biting they are and dont let anyone tell you different
I prefer double blades because they displace more water which attracts predator fish. You can reel them slower which causes a great "burble" affect. There's a time to burn these things but I find a slower retrieve works better. They get up and plane quicker as well.
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