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buzzer

[′bəz·ər]
(electromagnetism)
Electromagnetic device with an armature that vibrates rapidly, making a buzzing sound.
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R West had 18 fish on home-tied buzzers, Albert Trail fished mops to get 13 fish, Graeme Duthie and Fred McAlley had 11 fish each on hoppers and CDC buzzers.
Sandford Pool Trout Fishery 07517 421907 Fish are moving well in the clear spring fed water and buzzers are the most effective flies.
CHATTON TROUT FISHERY 01668 215226 / NE66 5RF Dries and buzzers were the productive flies this week.
The CMT-4023S-SMT and CMT-5023S-SMT are magnetic transducer buzzers housed in compact footprints of 4 mm x 4 mm and 5 mm x 5 mm, respectively.
South Linden: Shipman's Buzzer. Thrunton: Buzzers, Minkies, Hoppers, Diawl Bachs, Bloodworms, Yellow Dancers, Nymphs, Cormorants, Hare's Ears, Chamois Worms, various dries.
"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.'" Another resident said: "It's a disgrace.
The classroom was equipped with an electronic buzzer system, similar to that used in academic bowl competitions.
In calm conditions it's a good idea to fish a team of static buzzers.
'Felice Maguolo!' shouted Bill pointing at the door buzzers.
Most of the fish were taken on diawl bachs, buzzers and damsels.
Buzzers fished under a strike indicator and blue flash damsel nymphs on a long leader have caught most fish but also worth a try is an orange blob fly or cat's whisker lure.
Even during the hot bright days trout were at the surface with Buzzers and Dries taking trout.