Northland Buzzard Buzzer

Item No. 84948-SFB4C
$3.29 - $3.49

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84948-SFB4C

Proven for pike, bass and muskies. Great for drawing exciting topwater strikes from late spring through early fall. Fish plain or tip with an IMPULSE® Swim'n Grub. Cast over weeds, reeds, rocks, stumps and stickups, and retrieve with a steady pace that keeps the blade turning and the bait on the surface.

Features:

  • A top-water bait that produces a nerve jarring vibration and sound to drive Bass, Pike & Muskie wild
  • Features a tangle-proof "R" bend, premium blood red hook, tantalizing Crazy-Legs "Super- Silicone" Skirt and aluminum blade that clangs, bangs, chatters, sputters and squeals
  • Calls fish up and triggers 'em to strike

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Rated 5 out of 5
Buzzard Buzzbait
These are the best Buzzbaits! Great price and they take a heck of a beating. Been using (Black/Orange blade) forever! I mainly use them for Northern in Minnesota and the devour them! Bass love them as well!! Thank you Northland!
May 21, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
Buzzard Buzzbait
I have been using this Buzzbait forever. Orange and Black I have caught thousands of Bass and Pike on these. Fantastic Buzzbait at a great price!
June 25, 2019
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Rated 1 out of 5
Wrong blade color
I emailed northland to confirm the crayfish buzzer had the gold blade before I ordered. They told me they had the gold blade so I ordered 25+. They all arrived with silver blades. I called back to see if they had any with gold blades and they told me they only come in silver now and they haven't updated their catalog or website yet. I don't understand why they told me they had gold blades when they don't nor do I understand why anything crayfish colored would have silver associated with it.
April 3, 2017
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