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Can someone suggest, or do we have a sponsor that sells buzzbaits?

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Looking to add a few quality buzz baits to my arsenal.  Do we have a sponsor here that makes some that someone can vouch for or does someone have a suggestion on places to order some good buzz baits?

Thanks.

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Check out the Cavitron. Should be able to find it, above. Gets good reviews on this site.

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x2 great baits.

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3/8 oz Cavitron, Black on Black

8-)

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Ok, on to part two of my search, lol. I haven't used buzzbaits a whole lot, can someone guide me in what weights and colors I should be looking at?  What is the total length of a Cavitron buzzbait?

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Video of Cavitron Buzzbait 

The size and color used is chosen by the conditions you are fishing.-

Windy //muddy or choppy water and real aggressive fish--

the 3/8 oz is hard to beat.

When the water is clear to stained and there is little to no wind or chop-I use the 1/4 oz

When the bass are not really aggressive -the water is like a sheet of glass it is really hard to beat the 1/8 oz.

That little bait has a 4/0 Gamy hook on it.It has produced numbers as well as giants for me and other fishermen when other baits just wouldn't get a strike.

Match your cavitrons to you equipment also-

The cavitrons can be used with both bait caster and spinning rods.The line size I use is 14lb test.It seems to be a very universal line size. I have used as high as 20 lb test at times. I am not a real fan of braid with buzz baits. I set the hook and got tired of coming back with nothing but lips. LOL

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Excellent, thanks for the info.  Can you give me a length for each weight?  Just thinking about storage/transportation.

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Cavitron is the only buzzbait I will use anymore...  After using one you will find that all the others are a waste of money...

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Thanks guys.  I ordered a couple of the black on black in different weights, as well as a couple of the gold and ghost minnow.

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Thanks guys. I ordered a couple of the black on black in different weights, as well as a couple of the gold and ghost minnow.

Good choice....Bill

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Video of Cavitron Buzzbait

The size and color used is chosen by the conditions you are fishing.-

Windy //muddy or choppy water and real aggressive fish--

the 3/8 oz is hard to beat.

When the water is clear to stained and there is little to no wind or chop-I use the 1/4 oz

When the bass are not really aggressive -the water is like a sheet of glass it is really hard to beat the 1/8 oz.

That little bait has a 4/0 Gamy hook on it.It has produced numbers as well as giants for me and other fishermen when other baits just wouldn't get a strike.

Match your cavitrons to you equipment also-

The cavitrons can be used with both bait caster and spinning rods.The line size I use is 14lb test.It seems to be a very universal line size. I have used as high as 20 lb test at times. I am not a real fan of braid with buzz baits. I set the hook and got tired of coming back with nothing but lips. LOL

Big man, when are we going to see the 1/2 oz Cavitron?

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Agree with just about everyone that the Cavitron is a monster bait.  If I am not throwing a Cavi, I throw a Booyah with the clacker. Sometimes they want it really noisy...

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HMMM 1/2 oz I can have that in a month or so.

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HMMM 1/2 oz I can have that in a month or so.

Glad to hear.   ;)

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