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Buzz Stick Reveiws

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Really nice with 1 or 2# diameter superlines like Powerpro. It imarts an action that a caffiene junky couldn't replicate.....

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I've seen it played with it seen the video and heard some guys jokin around about it. I'll bet it will do a number on a hair ant jig or the legs on a nuclear ant, I think it will be great.

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Finally tried one out today. Caught two crappies on my buzz stick. The fish were on the bottom. I was using a jigging rapala, and they would come up and take a look. Most would just look, and not bite. If they were near the bait and you buzzed it, some would go back down, and others would hang out and keep eyeing it. The fish were biting light, so I have no idea if I had any misses while buzzing.

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my cousin used one yesterday out perch fishing and it worked pretty well i would say. that rod caught more fish than the others. after he gave it a buzz they would strike it. i might haveta get one now.

~juddfish

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I tried it at the show and thought the button was a little hard to press. I like the idea/action. Just uncertain about the button. I don't want to cramp up ya know wink.gif

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