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Bubble lines Good or Bad??

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The more bubble trail the better. I've hauled a buzzbait all the way in then noticed a pack of bass racing under the trail towards me.  After several such observations I now make sure I make a good trail by drilling extra holes in buzzbait blades and any other blade, like on a topwater prop bait. On a prop be sure to balance it by drilling a hole in each blade. I also cup blades often to make them spin better at lower speeds.

Jim

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Agreed; bubbles are usually good during a steady retrieve. I use a 1/8 in drill bit on my buzzbait blades.

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The more bubble trail the better. I've hauled a buzzbait all the way in then noticed a pack of bass racing under the trail towards me. After several such observations I now make sure I make a good trail by drilling extra holes in buzzbait blades and any other blade, like on a topwater prop bait. On a prop be sure to balance it by drilling a hole in each blade. I also cup blades often to make them spin better at lower speeds.

Jim

 

ditto

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Bubbles good. Fish rely on sound and bubble trail to find bait on topwater. Like O'boy said, the more bubbles the better.

Oh, and Larry the Cable guy is dumb.

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