Buzz Bomb Jigging Spoons

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For over 40 years, Buzz Bomb and Zzinger Lures has led the pack with their innovative fishing jig designs. This, along with their high-quality products and reasonable price points, puts them at the forefront of fishermen's minds. Don't leave it to luck. Put science on your side with jigs that have a unique sonic ability and erratic flashing action to attract the most voracious fish. Use 8-12 lb. test line for 2" and 2-1/2" bombs and 15-20 lb. test for 3" - 5" bombs. Also recommended to use a good stiff 7-ft. rod and a medium to large spinning reel. Per each.
Sizes: 2", 2-1/2", 3" Light, 3" Heavy, 4".
Colors:(001)Chrome, (002)Perch, (003)Hot Pink, (004)Glow, (005)Blue/Pearl, (006)Pink/Pearl, (010)Holo Blue, (011)Holo Green, (012)Holo Pink, (013)Holo Perch.
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Works good on salmon in saltwater

One of the few really good castable lures that work for salmon from shore. Most salmon lures are too light to cast any distance, but these have enough weight to really chuck a long way. Their streamlined shape makes them fly really far. When I lived in Washington state, they worked great on kings, pinks, and silvers (coho). Chrome for the kings, hot pink for the pinks, perch for the silvers. Smear them with a little herring or shrimp flavored Smelly Jelly. Cast it out, let it fall to the depth you want to fish, then retrieve it with sweeping motions. Hold the rod horizontally, and lift the tip about 2 feet. Then lower it and reel in on the fall to keep a tight line. They won't hang on long, so you want to be able to feel the pickup. Don't lift the rod tip to the 12 o' clock position, because fish usually strike just as the fall begins or ends. If they hit at the top, you want to have enough leverage to set the hook. Since the body of the lure is not fixed, it's possible for it to slide up the line when you jig it. If that happens, when the fish hits the hook might not be close enough to the fish to get a good hookset. To fix this, when you tie on, put a bumper both above and below, and tie a swivel about 6" above the top of the lure. This will keep the hook close and won't impede the action. Happy fishing!
kobun37 at Cabelas on 05/12/2010


buzzbombs are nice good form good little flutter never caught a monster on it but came pretty close a couple of times. lots of nibbles though.would recomend holo pinkhad best luck with it.
salmonslayer8989898989898 at Cabelas on 12/09/2009

Good Stuff

These work wonders. The bigger ones are the best for salmon and steelhead. The smaller offer mixed results on trout and similar sized fish. Worh having, and using.
scatterhawk at Cabelas on 09/17/2012


These will catch any non-vegetarian fish. I can't believe how well they work. Always have some handy in all sizes.
justishuntingcamp at Cabelas on 10/02/2012