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BOOYAH® Bassinator Spinnerbaits - Tandem Willow

   

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White Chartreuse

White Chartreuse

3/8 oz.

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BOOYAH's deadly Bassinator Spinnerbait brings down bass with the best of 'em. Built with a sturdy stainless steel wire frame that bounces back to its original shape, bass after bass, the Bassinator features pulsating silicone skirts, baitfish-style heads and vibrating blades which combine to create awesome strike-drawing action.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 53 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome!!! In 2 1/2 I caught 8 bass and a crappie on this spinnerbait and missed many more strikes! Works best when steadily reeled about 1-2 feet under the surface. March 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by a great standard spinnerbait this bait is a standard reliable spinnerbait. i have not used this bait much yet but i have caught one with it and the place i caught the bass was not really known for bass. i bought this in the white color because white is great for any water clarity November 24, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Don't use spinnerbaits Don't use spinnerbaits, use a senko worm or a frog they work way better. I have caught many fish on frog and worm lures and never one on a spinnerbait. Im not saying that this spinnerbait is bad its just I don't think they work as well as other lures. Make the switch!!!!! See you at the bass master classic June 28, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by GOOD PRODUCT I HAVE ONLY JUST STARTED TO USE BOOYAH SPINNERBAITS RECENTLY. IN AUSTRALIA WE DONT SEE A LOT OF BOOYAH PRODUCTS. I HAVE FOUND THEM GOOD TO CATCH MARY/MURRAY RIVER COD AND AUSTRALIAN BASS May 24, 2013
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I fish only in golf course ponds and I need a good spinnerbait for largemouth bass. Would this be a good spinnerbait to use? If it is, what colors should I use? If these aren't good spinnner baits please recommend any other good spinner baits or anything that would be a good bait for golf course ponds..
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Use these spinnerbaits a lot and on all different size lakes and rivers. You can throw the 3/8oz anywhere. I use these in tournament situations and have had good luck with either the sexy or white/chartreuse. Would recommend.
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If your fishing a golf course pond it is good to downsize your lures. I wouldn't use a spinnerbait I would use a crank bait or top water lure such as a popper or if there is a lot of cover try a jig or a worm.
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These would be ideal. I like the chartreuse/white or chartreuse with a gold main willow leaf blade in stained water. 3/8 oz would be a good size.
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The Bassinator is awesome..Trust me..I used the White Chartreuse colored bait and killed my lake.
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Stay with shinner or white silver colors and burn it just under the surface. Many trees on courses drop bugs that bass eat. They will chase the spinner.
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All of the Booyah spinnerbaits work well on the size pond you fish. I fish the golf course ponds also and these work well. Plastic worms rigged weedless work well also.
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id go with one of the brighter colors. chartreuse or white works best for me
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What colors would you recommend for one of these? and have you found the double willow to work better? or the tandem?
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The tandem is by far better. Reel it steadily 1-2 feet under the surface for best results. I use the foxy shad color and it works great
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Tandem, with a gold main willow leaf blade. White and white/chartreuse would be my choice if I could only have two spinnerbaits, one of each.
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White or white/chartruse 3/8 oz with chartruse grub trialer.
Gold willow (#4 blade) with nickle colorado.

Best bait for me!
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Blue and yellow with the gold willow blades.
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Sexy or Foxy Shad, Chartreuse, White, and Chartreuse and White Combo

I use the double willow most of time, however in stained water you want the tandeb so you get more water movement with the Colorado Blade.
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My favorite color to use is chartreuse. But if you are in a lake with minnows and shad, I would use white and silver. I personally like the double willow blades, they give off more flash, and are more weed resistant than the tandem.
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