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minnleu

Three blade buzz

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Does anybody know where, besides Bass Pro, that carries the Strike King brand Tri-Wing Buzz King, other brand of three winged or just three blade props?

I like the three winged over the two but harder two find.

Thanks

Tony

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I didn't know they made a three bladed buzz bait. I have used there double buzz baits before and they are killer!!!

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I know you used to be able to find these at wal-mart, but im not sure if they still carry them!

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i've found em at wal-mart and cabelas. I think Joe's in Little Canada might have them too.

I LOVE those 3 bladed buzzbaits, they are amazing. Almost all I used for 3 seasons straight

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Ive used the double blade quite a bit and I found the booyas with the clacker on it outfished them so bad that I quit using the double.

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Ive used the double blade quite a bit and I found the booyas with the clacker on it outfished them so bad that I quit using the double.

Are you talking about the Booyah Boogee Bait? What do you mean by clacker?

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