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Peanut Butter and Jelly

Peanut Butter and Jelly

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Black Blue

Black Blue

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3D Green Pumpkin

3D Green Pumpkin

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3D Watermelon Red

3D Watermelon Red

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BYBBJ3608
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Peanut Butter and Jelly

Peanut Butter and Jelly

5/16 oz.

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BYBBJ5603
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Black Blue

Black Blue

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3D Green Pumpkin

3D Green Pumpkin

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3D Watermelon Red

3D Watermelon Red

5/16 oz.

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BYBBJ5608
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BOOYAH Baby Boo Jigs are a little more restrained than the bigger Boo Bug, with no rattle. Sporting an ultra-fine 60-strand BOOYAH silicone skirt, light weedguard and a Mustad® Ultra Point™ light wire hook, the Baby Boo Jigs are outstanding finesse jigs that have proven to bring in the big ones.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 62 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by awesome Pond Bait I use this on small local ponds all the time pair it up with a Netbait Paca Chunk and you will kill em. I use 3D watermlon matched with the the rootbeer chunk. These will work great thru pretty much anything underwater, has great feel for bottom and is my go lure at all times. people laugh at me because its my search bait , its that good June 29, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great action! I use a fluke as a trailer and almost every time I get strikes within minutes. I just wish the hook was slightly bigger but weighed the same. May 20, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Baby Boo Jig I have used these primarily for the the last 2 plus years. They seem to have a better hook-up ratio than my previous ones used (Bitsy Bug). I have sucessfully joined the 5lb 6lb 7lb and 8lb Club using these on waters on the Eastern Shore of Del-Mar-Va but mostly in Delaware. Just last week my favorite won our team another $180.00. Fish these Slowly around laydowns, tree tops and trash in the fall/winter and spring and Lunkers are readily available December 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hot jig Great spawn bass bait with plastic craw attached. Used effectively in both stained and clear water. May 27, 2013
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Rubber band.
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Rubber band but they seem to hold up very well unlike cheaper brands I've had
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Rubberband.
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Rubber band. They tend to slide down the hook after a couple of fish. Try a triple rattle back, you will be pleased
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When will this jig work best? Should I use a jig with a rattle or without a rattle?
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I fish it a lot on river systems. Spotted bass and smallmouth love it. I never us a rattle.
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Winter and spring,and no rattle.
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This jig works the best for me in late spring, early summer. I dont use rattles but I make sure I use the right color depending on water color. I fish small mouth a lot and use chigger craw trailors. Good luck!!
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depends are your location. if the water is clear and quiet, no rattle, if its stained and slight wind then rattle. find some cover to jerk it over then twitch is a bit to shake the rattle, then bang. i use a craw trailer, but i recomend changing the skirt /rattle band to a heavier one. i lose a rattle with every fish.
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I just realloy need to know this because I'n not good with picking good colours.
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Best colors are Black/Blue and Green pumpkin. Us a Zoom Speed craw as a Trailer.
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depends on the water clarity. stick to the most natural colors. i prefer the craw colors with a watermelon or green pumpkin craw trailer, i also prefer berkley or the yum F2 money craw.
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What Color is the Water?

Clear water- calls for muted tones and colors that match natural forage.
Modest stain- calls for more opaque colors, and dirty water demands something highly visible. In really dirty water, veteran anglers like really dark colors or ultra-bright colors, especially chartreuse.

How About the Skies?

Skies affect color choices in a similar way and must be considered in conjunction with water color. Generally speaking, bright skies dictate light, natural colors and dark skies suggest dark colors. Even in very clear water, an angler might choose a dark color on a dismal day when thick clouds and misty rain are keeping much light from penetrating the water column.

Finally, be willing to experiment and let the fish dictate what they want. Switch colors periodically without changing any other variables, and pay attention to details when the fish hit.
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im not very good at tellin if i have a fish at the end of the line or not? any tips on how i can fish one and tell if i have a bite
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Hi im Jake and i love jig fishing. One thing you should try is using a rod and reel that is very sensitive. Like the KVD or Skeet Reese rod and reels. Also when fishing with a jig you will feel a thump at the end of your pole. It feels nothing like a log or tree you might get caught on in tyhe water. Goodluck and Good Fishing
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A small tap or your line moving sideways in most cases.
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You will feel a thump if you use a high quality rod.
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go with a heavier jig 5/8-3/4oz feel the bottom, also use a flourocarbon line if possible. the bp xps in 14-17lb is reasonably priced and really adds to the feel. raise the line slow and if theres any weight at all then set the hook. you will start getting the feel soon enough. i've had more hits with this jig on the swim back to the boat than just dropping . work on your line and weight first.
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A jig can be fished many ways. The retreives I use the most are just dragging it across the bottom, and hopping is another tecnique. Hopping is when you use the rod to move the jig with short jerking motions, let it rest, then repeat. Experiment with different retrieves though if these dont work. Fishing a jig is very much like fishing plastic worms. And when they bite, some will just suck it in and you have to watch your line for strikes, while others will SLAM it.
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if you think or feel any kind weight or what you think might be a snag ... SET the hook.
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Green pumpkin, Brown Pumpkin and hang on.
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Depending on the water clarity, a good general rule to go by is:

Clear Water: Natural colors like watermelon and green pumpkin.

Stained Water: Junebug and black and blue.

Muddy Water: Black, Black and Chartreuse, Black and Red.
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Tubes and tubes... Green pumpkin
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with out a doubt green pumpkin. Thats all I fish in the Allegheny River and pound smallies all day. Black with blue works pretty good 2. Good luck
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I usually bass fish for smallies in the huron river and the ausable river. Any jig with natural colors in either green or pumpkin with maybe flecks of red in the skirt works well. Rivers up here generally run pretty clear and the fish when they are neutral will get a pretty good look at it. In muddy water or after rains, use brown jigs and trailers with their pincers dipped in chartreuse dye
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how do you use this and where do you use it . and what trailor would you use
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Cast it let it sink and move it in small hops. I like to fish it in rocky areas. Green pumpkin, Black/blue and use the zoom speed craw as a trailer. just shorten it a bit.
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I would rig it with a yum craw or a berkely gulp craw. no more than 3 inches - the smaller the better. I used a 2 3/4 yum craw (go with a similar color as the jig). Cast it out and let it sink to the bottom. Make sure there is no slack in your line and gently twitch your rod up and let the jig swim back down. Real it slowly once or twice around and repeat the twitch again. Let the jig swim back down. Get's great action. You will get a lot of hits in all various stages of your cast and retrieve. when you get your hit - let the bass grab it good and then set it.
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I use 12 lb P line with this jig and a Zoom GP Red Craw. I cut a inch off the craw and use the rest for the trailer. I'll throw it to any brush or rock banks and let it swim to the bottom. Most fish will take it on the fall.

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just jig it in small to medium hops of the bottom, and around structure. flip towards logs or trees, and just bounce. always keep your line taught a good amount because fish bite jigs timidly when they are hoping on bottom. but 50% of the time when you flip to cover, they will grab it before it even hits the bottom. then they CRUSH it
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Use it around laydowns and areas with cover....also had success in thin grassy areas. Lighter model as I typical want a slower fall. Throw it to you target, let it fall until it hits bottom or cover..twitch or slowly pull rod tip up...let it fall. 99% of time, bass grab it on fall. Watch your line as you won't feel strike often. I only use the Netbait Paca Chunk trailer as it's light and has good action. Only thing is they tear easily so expect to use a lot on a good fishing day. ONly $1.99/pk
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i use it with a net bait trailer . little crawfish looking trailer. i use the lure everywhere. i use it in weeds popping it up and down slowly. i use it on rocks slowly reeling it in with a pause. and have used it to sight fish and leave it in a bass bed and watch the bass pick it up and carry it off. and even have used it reeling it fast no pause and got a few reaction strikes from it. i dont think there is a wrong way to use it
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I usually fish this around cover but I've also been successful in open water when the fish are running bait. I let it sink to the desired depth, usually near the bottom, and hop it back to the boat/bank. Let the fish determine the speed that you work the bait. Sometimes I'll just drag it along the bottom at a slow pace. The skirt on a jig gives it plenty of action even at super slow speeds. So, you can work this bait very slow or fast. This is an extremely versatile bait in my opinion.

This may seem unusual, but I pair mine up (both the 3/16 and 5/16oz) with a 4.2 in Reaction Innovations Sweet Beaver. It's a big trailer for such a small jig....but, it works for me! I like the large profile of the sweet beaver and the baby boo gives the bait a nice action with the skirt. You may have some trouble with dink bass ripping the legs off, but the big ones suck it down. If the water has more visibility and the fish seem skittish, I'll switch trailers and go with the smaller beaver.

A smaller lure like the Tiny Paca Chunk would be a more conventional trailer to use for this jig. Sweet finesse presentation when paired with this trailer. Real compact jig.

PS Bass Pro Shop makes the EXACT same beaver lure as Reaction Innovations and it costs a little less.
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This jig can be used in many ways. I almost always twitch my rod three times and let it fall and do the same thing all the way back to the boat or shore but it all depends on what the fish are doing. I use it to fish around weeds, rocks, logs and in creek channels. The trailors that i use are yamamoto double tail grub smoke w/ blk flake and yamamoto double tail grub watermelon w/ blk and red flake on the 3-D watermelon red jig. But its a great jig and in my opinion it is a must have for your jig arsenal.
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I've heard that a paca chunk softbait goes good with a baby boo jig.
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I use the 5/16. The paca is good in the spring, but it seems to have too much movement in the summer clear water. I like the Zoom GP red craw better for clear water.

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5/16 oz. is the best. but try a YUM 2.75" craw papi as a trailer too. those work for me.
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paca chunk with baby boo 3/16oz is only jig setup I currently use. Check out my review of baby boo jig
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yes they go good togethor. i just make sure that the trailer is in proportion with the jig. that one isnt alot bigger than the other. if anything the jig is a little bigger than the trailer.
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Booyah Baby Boo jigs and the paca chunks go good together.
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I use the 3 inch chunk in crawdad color with a 3/16 or 1/4 oz Baby Boo Black/Brown/Char to present a bigger profile, but the smaller 2 1/4" chunk would work well for more of a finesse look or with the 1/8 oz jig.
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