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#10796767 - 04/25/15 03:45 PM Buzzbait?
mox22 Offline
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Can you tune a buzzbait to not go left or right? I got one from basspro and it goes hard right, straight from the package.

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#10796780 - 04/25/15 03:53 PM Re: Buzzbait? [Re: mox22]
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Have you tried bending the arm just above the head?

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#10796801 - 04/25/15 04:02 PM Re: Buzzbait? [Re: mox22]
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Originally Posted By: mox22
Can you tune a buzzbait to not go left or right? I got one from basspro and it goes hard right, straight from the package.


The prop rotation makes it run to the side.

Get one with double blades that counter rotate and it will run straight.

Or take advantage of the tracking and get some with the opposite prop rotation so you "steer" towards your target by picking the one that tracks to your advantage.
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#10797395 - 04/25/15 09:49 PM Re: Buzzbait? [Re: mox22]
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Thanks I will try that

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