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BUZZ BAIT MOLDS

BUZZ-SPIN LURES The Buzz-Bait Lure features a flat, heart shaped body designed to keep the lure at the surface when used in conjunction with a delta blade. The retrieve is started as soon as the lure hits the water. The delta blade churns the water at the surface creating a commotion that is a super fish attraction. It is very effective on game fish such as bass, northern pike and muskies.

Item Code Model No. Insert Hook Style No. of Cavities Sizes (oz.) Hook Sizes Price
61-1216 BSJ-2-48 76-01-18, 76-01-14 253, 255 2 1/8,1/4 1/0,2/0 $51.95
61-1217 BSJ-2-3812 76-01-38 253, 255 2 3/8,1/2 3/0 or 4/0 $51.95

Molds listed above are in-stock and ready to ship.

CASTING & ASSEMBLING Buzz Bait Lures: Use the required wire form in each cavity. Buzz bait wire form # 76-01-38 should be used in 3/8 and 1/2 oz. sizes. Form # 76-01-14 in 1/4 oz. and Form # 76-01-18 in 1/8 oz. sizes. There is some flexibility regarding hook sizes, but best results will normally be obtained with the size recommended. Place the eye of the hook over the end loop of the wire form. With pliers, pinch the end loop tightly on the hook. Insert the form in the mold and cast. Ladle pouring is recommended because the wires protrude from the top of the mold, however, some types of bottom pour furnaces can be used to cast these lures.

Assembling Buzz-Bait Lures is very easy. Simply slip a Buzz Bait Blade on the wire shaft followed by a blade rivet or bead to act as a bearing surface. For even more vibration, counter turning tandem blades with a bead between for a spacer can be substituted for the Delta Blade. After installing the blades, bend down the last 1/16 inch of the wire form to keep everything in place, slip on a rubber skirt or tie material and the lure is complete. *Designed for ladle pouring — not intended for use with bottom pour lead furnaces.

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