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buzzer

[′bəz·ər]
(electromagnetism)
Electromagnetic device with an armature that vibrates rapidly, making a buzzing sound.
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Lots of buzzers have been hatching off producing some good surface action.
Most peoples buzzers don't work and some people have them turned off because you get everyone pressing them all the time saying 'let me in.
FLY BOX Chatton: Buzzers, Pheasant Tail Nymph, Diawl Bach, Daddies, Cat's Whiskers, Damsels.
Luke Jenkins kept one rainbow and returned nine when he used a yellow cat's whisker lure; Martyn Evans's six fish took buzzers as did the eight caught by Martin Logue.
Proudlock had 26 on Buzzers, keeping six for 18lb, and Armin kept six for 23lb, his best being 10lb 8oz.
0%) instructors found the use of buzzers in the game acceptable.
In calm conditions it's a good idea to fish a team of static buzzers.
com), the world-leading innovator in electronics and the largest global supplier of ceramic passive components, today introduced the first Surface Mount Device (SMD) piezoelectric buzzer for use in automotive applications (-40 to +85C).
Among the catches was Dave Parker from Wallsend with 16 caught on dries and Buzzers.
Knitsley: Hothead Buzzers, Snake Fly, Bloodworm, Shipman's Buzzer.
Adrian Moyse, Martin Rees and Alan Rees all caught three rainbows on buzzers and more stock fish are going in this week.
Fish are falling to lures, especially Dawson's Olive, Nomad and Black Fritz, and Buzzers.