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Strike King® Mini Pro-Buzz® Buzzbait

   

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Chartreuse

Chartreuse

1/8 oz.

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18PBM-201
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Chartreuse White

Chartreuse White

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18PBM-203
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White

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18PBM-204
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Black

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18PBM-210
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The miniature version of Strike King's popular Pro-Buzz, the Mini Pro-Buzz Buzzbait frequently provokes strikes in conditions when other buzzbaits hardly draw a glance. The Mini Pro-Buzz is outfitted with a dual prop which produces a more traditional buzzbait sound. Plus, the Mini Pro-Buzz's Diamond Dust® head and skirt ensure maximum durability. Weight: 1/8 oz.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 61 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Worth The Money First day out resulted in multiple strikes and some decent fish. It has a nice gurgle and can be slowed rolled with the same effectiveness as top speed. With a little breaking in and a couple days of use it has a great squeak and the bass love it. June 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome for dog days These buzz baits are awesome. I use them in the hottest part of the summer months. Take a pair of pliers and scratch up the rivet and get it to squeak and its even better. Use a trailer hook. I have used these baits even in the late mornings when the flipping bite quits and hammer them. Sometimes these are hard to find so I have two dozen hanging in my garage in my stash. May 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Bait to always have. I have been using these baits for about 5 years in a few different colors. They always catch fish. I made this order due to the season coming up fast and my last one was used so much it broke. Now I have a fresh supply for this season now go FISHING!!! March 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome First time I ever used a buzzbait. Purchased white and black. Fished white one sunny day recently and caught a 5lb bass!! My biggest to date. Changed retrieve speeds and let it sink on the occasion I got the hit. Love it! March 2, 2013
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I use mono because it floats but with this bait you will be reeling as soon as it hits the water so I don't think it matters that much.
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I always use mono and it works great for me! I don't like flourocarbon because even though it stretches, you cannot tie the strong knots that I use for my topwater baits and it is very fragile in my opinion.
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Hey BigDogg,

I like mono for topwater fishing. Fluorocarbon sinks and may actually make your topwater fishing more difficult. With topwater there isn't a lot of guess work when the fish strikes so I don't see the advantage of fluoro's sensitivity for topwater applications.

Mono is cheap, forgiving, and very castable, which is a bonus when you are throwing lighter topwater baits. The stretch of mono also gives a little and absorbs some of the impact of a fish during the fight. Therefore I prefer mono for treble hooks for that very reason.

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Monofilament is a very forgiving line. It's easy to learn to tie knots with and casts well but is more abrasive and less sensitive than fluorocarbon. Fluorocarbon provides good sensitivity to hits, but will also offer some give when a fish hits to make sure the hooks stick.
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I am just fishing a local pond for bass. they get pretty big.
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I would recommend a trailer hook and you can get those from Strike King also. This ensures that you catch those big fish if they like to strike at it because it makes them mad. Not sure about the redfish or trout because I only fish for bass. Hope this helps.
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i havent used a trailor with it and have had good luck so it is really up to you.
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I use a trailer hook on all of my buzzbaits. I caught my best bass on the trailer hook...
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You can use a trailer but I've not had a great deal of success using one, different result on a spinnerbait, however. Suggest using a trailer hook on either spinner or buzzbait if fish are missing it. Buzz baits are frequently used in some areas for red fish...trout not at all to my knowledge.
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Definitely use a trailer! This bait is great for big bass but a redfish would probably destroy it.
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best color?

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I use solid white and also black for night time fishing. Chartruese is also a good color but the bass I fish for seem to really like the white. I will tell you that if you are fishing for smallmouth, they LOVE bright colors!
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Black works great with largemouth bass.
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That depends on what season you are fishing in.
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White is the best.
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i belive the black buzzbait is the go to color in my opinion
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i use white and in clear water warm water i rocks!
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I could not answer for clear water, but black definatly works well for dark water.
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They are all good colors, i throw black early morning and late night, then switch to lighter colors around cover. I like to throw white around trees and grass, and chartreuse chartreuse/white around rocks and coves and sandbars.
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how long is this thing?

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About 3-4 inches long
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 - Lebanon PA
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Not sure if you get diff weights but about 4 inch for the one I have. Think it is a 1/4 ounce.
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It is around 2 and a half to 3 inches from top to bottom.
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