Few other lures trigger adrenaline-pumping explosions like big bass bashing a buzzbait. It’s a heart attack on a string! But it can also be tremendously frustrating, too. The revolving delta blade on most buzzbaits makes them pull off to one side during retrieves. Some are difficult to bring to the top or keep on the surface when slow speeds are called for. And on fast retrieves, a lot of buzzbaits rollover.
Taylor Man’s revolutionary new wedge-shaped keel design allows the bait to (A) slips easily through vegetation and across woodpiles.
Twin concave surfaces (B) on both sides of the keel increase the head’s surface area and directs the water outward, lifting the bait immediately to the surface and keeping it there even at a crawl.
At the back of the head, the rounded profile (C) prevents the lure from rolling over on its side as the lure is pulled across subsurface branches.
Downward-looking 3D eyes (D) are recessed so they won’t get knocked off when the bait comes through the rough stuff.
Each lure features a super-sharp 5/0 Gamakatsu hook. They are hand-painted with Taylor Man’s rock-hard hi-tech finish that resists cracking and chipping and then completed with a hand-tied, wire-wrapped bio-flex silicone skirt. This creates all the squeaking, gurgling, and bubbles you most desire from a quality buzzbait.