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#843885 - 07/29/08 06:02 PM Which BUZZ bait?
Purple Onion
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What is the best buzz bait to catch large bass?
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#843901 - 07/29/08 06:08 PM Re: Which BUZZ bait? [Re: Purple Onion]
Dr. Dickel
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Any buzzbait will work, but it is hard to beat the old Billy Phillips Buzz Jewel..........right wobble at the right speed.
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#843971 - 07/29/08 06:39 PM Re: Which BUZZ bait? [Re: Dr. Dickel]
shopson
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Everybody will have their preference but I have always been fond of the Lunker Lure in white.
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#844023 - 07/29/08 07:05 PM Re: Which BUZZ bait? [Re: shopson]
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Farmer and Gunfighter
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White skirt right now. Once you figure out which retrieve speed puts off the "right" sound they will beat it hard. I have some Buzz baits that work better slower and some that will produce better faster. Once you get the right speed that vibration/noise and water disruption will drive them crazy (if there in the area).

The biggest top water Bass I ever saw caught was on a yellow skirt buzz bait in about 3 feet of scummy looking water. I think it tipped the scales at around 6lbs 11 ounces. Hey Ratman do you remember that fish?

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#844200 - 07/29/08 08:20 PM Re: Which BUZZ bait? [Re: Kirk]
username
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I've always been pretty fond of the Blue Fox black flash but I havent seen 'em in a while. I've just been using the Booyah's the last couple years and they've done the job well.

A buzzbait bite is as good as it gets to me. They absolutely crush them in the fall. Why is that Doc? I figured competion for bait was getting revved up pretty good by then.

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#844358 - 07/29/08 09:53 PM Re: Which BUZZ bait? [Re: username]
gil1
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Buy locally. These are inexpensive ($1 apiece), and they catch the heck out of fish. A buddy of mine turned me onto them recently. Po' Boys out of Nashville makes 1/4, 3/8, and 1/2 oz. buzzbaits in various colors. You can only get them at 2 locations in Hendersonville (a gas station and a trolling motor repair place), at boat and fishing shows, and at this guy's house. I think he'll deliver if you buy a bunch.
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#844888 - 07/30/08 08:56 AM Re: Which BUZZ bait? [Re: gil1]
8up
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I think you guys make this up. I have had buzzbaits in my box for 6 years and every year I try them a couple times and still haven't got a hit. \:\)
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#844900 - 07/30/08 09:03 AM Re: Which BUZZ bait? [Re: 8up]
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Dont care what brand, I carry a white, chartruse and black with three blades so I can go slow or fast.
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#845308 - 07/30/08 01:11 PM Re: Which BUZZ bait? [Re: Unicam]
twostates
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Registered: 11/19/03
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White Lunker Lure with a trailer for me. May & October have been the best months for me.
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#845499 - 07/30/08 03:05 PM Re: Which BUZZ bait? [Re: username]
Dr. Dickel
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 Originally Posted By: username

A buzzbait bite is as good as it gets to me. They absolutely crush them in the fall. Why is that Doc? I figured competion for bait was getting revved up pretty good by then.


Can't say for sure myself, but I prefer them fall over spring myself. You're probably on to something as they are actively feeding up that time of getting ready for winter. I prefer Pop R's and Spooks in the spring as water is warming up and also after the fish spawn as they are not as aggressive then and sometimes need to be coaxed into biting. Plus I can get those baits into hard to reach places and keep them in the strike zone longer.
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