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Has anyone used these?

If so what are your thoughts or experiences?

 

 

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Yes....Love em...You can find them in bulk if you search online and they are the original floating buzzbait...Mr. Twister often sells them cheap on their website on clearance as they get almost 11.99 for the big Musky sizes which I prefer in summer here in Florida and they add a few large quad tailed trailers to the package, but I like to use trailers to match forrage in the lake, and I modify color, action, size etc.

 

You can find genuine Mr. Twister Floating props by the hundred, and I have been using the floating buzzbait for years, so the arbogast buzz plug did not get my money(Sure it works good, but I have confidence in the top prop)

 

Here is the great part..You can use any trailer you want and a floating frog by zman is not bad, nor are the swimbaits that offer vibaration and thump...I love modifying size of trailers, skirts, colors, etc...I love throwing a frog in heavy cover, but I often prefer a Floating Weedless Buzzbait instead but it takes practice to figure out what trailers are most buoyant, weedless, and give the lure the right lift/vibration.

 

They are marketed toward Musky, but make many sizes...All colors, and I find Black, White, silver, and gray to be my favorite colors. I color blades with sharpies while fishing, and the Top Prop is kind of like my Topwater version of a chatterbait.....you can't fish it wrong, and it will catch fish anywhere if you learn to trust it and get to know the possibilities.

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The mister twister top prop has been one of my favorite weedless topwater lures. It works awesome in any presentation.

It comes with a mister twister 4" split double tail grub as a trailer. I prefer the same trailer on my spinnerbaits too.

Presentations, slow steady reel just enough to turn the prop. A rip n pause, a 1-2-3 rip then pause. Add the trailer hook it comes with. A shot of YUM shad scent helps too.

I prefer the fire tiger in the early mornings and evenings.

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I have not used them, but my buddy fishes them almost every time we go out.  He uses the firetiger colored one, and after about 20 years of fishing with him, I can only conclude one of two things. Either it sucks or my buddy is using it wrong. Either way I can never remember him getting a single fish with it.

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I have not used them, but my buddy fishes them almost every time we go out. He uses the firetiger colored one, and after about 20 years of fishing with him, I can only conclude one of two things. Either it sucks or my buddy is using it wrong. Either way I can never remember him getting a single fish with it.

Hahaha I must be your buddy's kindred spirit. I've had the fire tiger one for 18 years, one hit...

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