Because the spring of 2018, Midwest Finesse anglers and a number of other Finesse Information Community members have been keeping track of Bizz Baits’ creations.

When certainly one of these anglers noticed a YouTube video of Brian Souza of Huntersville, North Carolina, on the 2020 Bassmaster Traditional Out of doors Expo on April 20, he alerted us.

Souza is the proprietor of Bizz Baits, and his YouTube video targeted on their latest creation, which they name the Ned Dizzy.

Finally, we exchanged emails with Souza, telling him that we want to publish an in depth gear information about his finesse bait. And he graciously offered us with samples to work with and completely look at.

Here’s what we found about it.

In response to our measurements, it’s precisely 3 ¼ inches lengthy.

In some Midwest finesse anglers’ eyes, it’s a finesse-sized soft-plastic worm. Within the eyes of others, it’s a distinctive stick-style bait that’s adorned with a marquise-diamond-shaped tail, and this tail replicates the one which adorns Bizz Baits’ Dizzy Diamond worm.

The tip of its head has a slight indentation, which is the place Midwest finesse anglers will insert the hook and bait keeper of a small mushroom-style jig. The width of the pinnacle is about one-quarter of an inch with a circumference of about fifteen-sixteenths of an inch.

The anterior part of the Ned Dizzy, which is 1 9/16 inches lengthy, is encircled with 18 main ribs or segments. The dorsal and ventral areas of this part are similar. At rib quantity seven, which is five-eighths of an inch from the tip of its head, the width of the torso is about three-eighths of an inch with a circumference of 1 ¼ inches.

Your entire anterior part is cylinder-shaped.

Rib quantity 18 is located on the junction of the anterior and posterior sections, and it has a width of about five-sixteenths of an inch and a circumference of about 1 1/16 inches.

The posterior part is encircled with 10 ribs or segments, and they’re radically smaller than those that embellish the anterior part. For instance, the posterior’s tenth rib, which is located on the junction with the marquise-shaped tail, has a width of about three-sixteenths of an inch and a circumference of five-eighths of an inch. This 10-rib portion of the posterior part is cylinder-shaped.

Its marquise-diamond-shaped tail is five-eighths of an inch lengthy. Souza calls it a “bulb tail.” Its dorsal space is triangular formed with 13 minor ribs. At its widest and highest level, which is located on the sixth rib and five-sixteenths of an inch from the tip of the tail, it has a peak of one-quarter of an inch, a width of seven-sixteenths of an inch, and a circumference of 1 1/16 inches. The tail’s ventral space is flat, and apart from the phrase Bizz, which is evenly embossed on the floor, its dermis is easy.

In response to Souza, the torso’s sturdy anterior part that’s encompassed with a sequence of great ribs and the dramatical smaller dimensions of the posterior part that’s tipped with the marquise-diamond-shaped tail provokes the Ned Dizzy to gyrate, undulate, and vibrate otherwise than other forms of finesse-sized stick-style baits or worms.

Souza notes that it’s manufactured with their “signature buoyant plastic,” but it surely doesn’t float.

It’s accessible within the following hues: Alabama Craw, Black and Blue, Embers and Ash, Inexperienced Pumpkin, Inexperienced Pumpkin Magic, Junebug, Magic Craw, PB&J, Summer time Craw, and Watermelon Sweet.

It’s impregnated with salt and Bizz Bait’s Jack’em Juice.

A package deal of 10 prices $4.99.


  1. Right here is the hyperlink to Bizz Bait’s web site:
  2. Here’s a hyperlink to our gear information about Bizz Baits’ Dizzy Diamond: It was printed on April 16, 2018.
  3. Here’s a hyperlink to our gear information about Bizz Baits’ Sassy Stick: It was printed on Could, 25, 2018.
  4. When Midwest finesse anglers affix the Ned Dizzy to a small mushroom-style jig with an uncovered hook, they’ll current it to their largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and noticed bass quarries by using all six of the usual Midwest finesse retrieves. Here’s a hyperlink to the Midwest finesse column that describes the best way to execute the six commonplace Midwest finesse retrieves and slight variations of these retrieves with the Ned Dizzy: 

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