Fort Smith, Ark. – Imagine stopping your buzzbait right next to that stump and letting it float there, then twitching and shaking it to entice a big bass to strike. Or, how about retrieving your buzzbait with slow twitches and subtle movements when fish are especially finicky? Or how about stopping your buzzbait to get a follow-up strike when a bass hits and misses? No other lure gives you those abilities.
From the company that brought anglers the Jitterbug and Hula Popper, two legendary topwater lures, comes the unique Buzz Plug, a near weedless floating buzzbait with built-in action. With a normal constant “buzzbait” retrieve, the Buzz Plug waggles side-to-side in a swimming motion, and when paused, the nose and blade lifts out of the water and perfectly positions the upturned double hook for sure hooksets. This same front-end rise allows the angler to slap the water by twitching the rod tip, and the double upturned hook is nearly weedless, allowing anglers to throw it into shoreline weeds or into heavy cover and bring it back without snagging. The Buzz Plug comes in six color patterns.
The Arbogast Buzz Plug has a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $5.99. For more information go to www.lurenet.com.
About Arbogast Lures – Arbogast Lures began in 1928 by Fred Arbogast, a true pioneer of the fishing world and competitive bait caster. Fred held the title of National Champion for three consecutive years from 1922 to 1924, and broke the world’s long-distance casting record of 250 feet in 1924. In addition to creating two of the most-loved topwater lures in history, Arbogast is the inventor of the “hula skirt,” which remains a staple in every tackle box today.