Tourney Special® Bucktail Skirt Buzzer
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Bass Pro's Tourney Special's unique in-line surface buzzer skims right over the heaviest, fish-holding cover you can find. The Bucktail Skirt Buzzer was created specifically for use as a fast-retrieve weedless surface lure for big bass. This bait provokes strikes when nothing else works and its trailer hook ensures you won't miss 'em. Blade color: Nickel.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 5
Rated 4 out of 5 by bigfishken1 Slight changes needed
I agree with "annon from Kokomo", would be a great bait with a couple of changes. Change 1 can be accomplished by adding an "O ring" to the eye. The movement around the O ring when fighting a fish eliminates the eye and shaft of the spinner from being bent out of shape. Change 2 would be to make models available with copper, gold, and brightly colored blades for use in stained or muddy water.
January 26, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 good bait but could use some tweaking...
I have been looking for these buzzbaits for many years. As a child, this was my first bass bait purchase on my own. I have two observations in regard to the design changes 1. the eyelet needs to be twisted onto the shaft, not simply bent around to the prop shaft. 2. the prop or blade becomes misaligned on the central wire shaft after a couple fish, causing problems with its rotation and overall performance of the bait. I love the design and it is nearly 100% weedless. I only wish bass pro would take a moment to address these issues.
April 1, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by G0fish Weedless
It is very weedless. Course I removed the Trailer hook for use when in heavy cover. You can add a trailer skirt and fish it like a Jig. Run it as a top water through the grassy weeds. I really Like the wire weed guard crisscross style, seems to be a good way of doing it.
April 26, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Archer1730 Best Buzzer ever
This is by far the best buzzer I've ever used. The inline style and weedless wires make it weedless enough to pull through lily pads, and you can be guaranteed a strike. This really is a winner...90% of your fish will be caught on the trailer hook. Only problem with it is that the trailer hook comes off and needs to be replaced. In heavy cover, make sure the weedless wires are in place.
June 18, 2009
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