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hanson

Buzz Stix

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I didn't get a chance to use one last season but from what I understand, I'm glad I didn't waste any money on one.

My opinion, spend the extra cash on a good Thorne Bros. rod and that enough will make you a better fisherman.

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I got one from the wife for christmas. It looked nice but it didnt do anything special...I didnt catch more fish with it compared to my other rods. I would suggest spending your money on a regular pole and caffine. Drink lots of coffee and you can shake the pole just like the buzz stick! You probably will have the same result...just with more bathroom breaks.

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What did everyone think of the Buzz Stix this last season? How did it perform? Pros and cons? Should I buy one for next season?

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I bought one just to see what the "buzz" was about. smile.gif
I think it turned some reluctant fish in shallow water.It does have a lack of sensitivity.
Its not going to make the fish jump on ice,but I had fun playing with it.If your after an extra rod and have room in the rod bag...I would go for it.

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I also bought one for the same reasons. I will tell you right now that in deeper water even with no stretch line your jigs not jumping around like you think it would be. Checked it out with my Aqua View and movement was not noticeable. Might do something with tiny jigs in shallow water and no stretch line but for deeper lakes or even Lake of the Woods she's nothing special.
I use it as a "guest rod" as they get a kick out of it. Maybe the rod needs to be longer to get that erattic movement. Wish I could come up with such a gimmick at $39.95 I'd retire.

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I was at cabela's last weekend, there was a ton of them in the bargain bin. that about says it all.

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I agree with "hanson".Get a "Thorne rod",they are by far the best rod on the market.I own 8 and still NEED more.Once you fish with a "Sweet Heart" or a "Sweet Pea",you'll be hooked.

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I agree with hanson, spend your money on a Yad, Thorne or other good rod. I personally did'nt fall for the 40 dollar gimmic, but I commend the company who marketed and mass produced this rod. They made a ton of money on a poor product...only in America.

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I got suckered into buying at an ic fishin show, got it on a sale special- $25.00. took it up north to the lake of the woods- it did not perform in depths of over 20 feet, however in the 10-17', it did quiver enough to get the Eye'S to bite. My friend who fished in the same house went fishless untill I let him try the buzz stick and then he caught fish. now, you have to fish this rod like a jig stick and not a bobber system, as the end of the buzz stick is very sensitive-watch and fell the bite. I would recoomend it. I would also recoomend the Thorne bros rods too. these rods do not compare to the $15.00 rod and reel combos that use see for sale at every bait store. you want a cheap combo- you get cheap results or you just fish with a bobber. The Thorne bros rods are not cheap either, but then again you will feel the bite and see action from the rod tip.
it all comes downs to, you get what you pay for.......... and fish without bobbers..........fish

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