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BOOYAH Boo Jig

   

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Black Blue

Black Blue

1/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4/0

Model:
BYBJ1404
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  • SKU: 1009782

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Black Red

Black Red

1/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4/0

Model:
BYBJ1413
  • $3.49

  • SKU: 1009804

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Watermelon/Red Flake

Watermelon/Red Flake

1/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4/0

Model:
BYBJ1414
  • $3.49

  • SKU: 1009813

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Watermelon Pumpkin

Watermelon Pumpkin

1/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4/0

Model:
BYBJ1417
  • $3.49

  • SKU: 1009822

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

1/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4/0

Model:
BYBJ1418
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  • SKU: 1009830

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Black Blue

Black Blue

3/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
5/0

Model:
BYBJ3804
  • $3.49

  • SKU: 1009784

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Black Red

Black Red

3/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
5/0

Model:
BYBJ3813
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  • SKU: 1009806

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Watermelon/Red Flake

Watermelon/Red Flake

3/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
5/0

Model:
BYBJ3814
  • $3.49

  • SKU: 1009816

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Watermelon Pumpkin

Watermelon Pumpkin

3/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
5/0

Model:
BYBJ3817
  • $3.49

  • SKU: 1009823

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

3/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
5/0

Model:
BYBJ3818
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  • SKU: 1009832

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Black Blue

Black Blue

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
5/0

Model:
BYBJ1204
  • $3.49

  • SKU: 1009785

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Black Red

Black Red

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
5/0

Model:
BYBJ1213
  • $3.49

  • SKU: 1009810

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Watermelon/Red Flake

Watermelon/Red Flake

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
5/0

Model:
BYBJ1214
  • $3.49

  • SKU: 1009818

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Watermelon Pumpkin

Watermelon Pumpkin

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
5/0

Model:
BYBJ1217
  • $3.49

  • SKU: 1009825

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
5/0

Model:
BYBJ1218
  • $3.49

  • SKU: 1009835

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Black Blue

Black Blue

3/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
5/0

Model:
BYBJ3404
  • $3.49

  • SKU: 1009787

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Watermelon/Red Flake

Watermelon/Red Flake

3/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
5/0

Model:
BYBJ3414
  • $3.49

  • SKU: 1009820

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Watermelon Pumpkin

Watermelon Pumpkin

3/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
5/0

Model:
BYBJ3417
  • $3.49

  • SKU: 1009827

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The BOOYAH® Boo Jig™ is the jig that shouts "Eat me!" to any bass in proximity. Flat bottom with 18° rise, noisy double-barreled magnum rattle, slinky 50-strand Bio-Flex silicone skirt, Mustad® Ultra Point™ black nickel hook.

BOOYAH Boo Jig 4.6 5 74 74
Observation, not complaint I do not have any issues with the performance or quality of this jig, but I wanted to make those of you concerned with the actual color and advertised picture aware that the watermelon/red flake color is not nearly as chartreuse as the picture indicates. I'm picky with jig colors, so I thought I would share that with you. November 3, 2014
Junk I bought TWO of these at BP last night. I fished them today and they are junk. 1. They hang up every time I flipped into a laydown. Every time! 2. Within 30 minutes of use, one of the rattles fell apart ON BOTH JIGS! 3. After setting the hook, the skirt fell down into the bend of the hook. I'm glad I didn't break off either of them because I want my money back. August 10, 2014
Great Jig These jigs have great patterns and they have produced for me when flipping the to docks. Also they are reasonably priced. April 21, 2014
Great all-around jig This jig works wonders in just about every condition. In the early spring, I'll throw a 1/4oz. model to imitate smaller crawfish. the 3/8 oz. & 1/2 oz. sizes are great for pitching to tight places or up under docks. They have a big enough profile to move water, but are compact enough to not overwhelm the fish. In fact, my jig box consists of Boo Jigs and Pigskin Jigs, along with Craw Papi for trailers. One thing I do, as I usually fish in clear water situations, is to cut the rattle chambers off. These jigs have won me a lot of money in tournaments, so I don't think the lack of rattles hurts their performance. March 7, 2014
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How well do these stand up?

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I'm on a tight budget, and most of the football head jigs are a little bit more expensive than I can afford, so I'm wondering if this'll stand the hook up as well as a football head jig.
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Definitely
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hold up fine just watch the rattle. glue it on or it will fall off.
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i believe it does. it has a heavy hook and i have always gotten good sets with it. the only thing negative i can say about this is that the rattles fall off with every fish. so now i swap out the rattle band and they work great. the craw pattern is my go to bait. i use the 5/8 and 3/4 oz. also won't get hung up as much as a football
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Well actually this jigs are meant to swim through not dragged on the bottom.
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You get what you pay for when it comes to fishing! The hook dose stand up in the water. I have used both the foot ball ( strike king ) and the boo jig. I catch bigger fish on this jig over the football.The football is good but this one to me is better. I use this jig year round. And have won a bass durby with the largest SMB .
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It will stand up but the design is not as advantageous for coming through rocks. I like to flip or pitch it into grass, holes in the grass or outside/inside weed lines. Count down the fall and compare the depth; often Bass will inhale before it can reach bottom and you will want to set the hook ASAP.
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They don't stand up on the bottom nearly as well as a football head jig because the head is more narrow. It will stand up for a little while on the bottom, but will soon fall on it's side, especially if you are dragging it on and over rocks. Hope this helps.
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Flipping jig??

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How would this jig be for flipping to mats and scttered wood with bulrushes? any other flipping recommendations?

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absolutely.the slipper type head pulls through the mats and less hangups on brushes . but i use at least 5/8-3/4 oz for that with a craw trailer, berkley green pumpkin chigger chunk, or the new F2 money craw with a 1/4 inch cut off also in green pumpkin. flip and swim through grass, or find a good drop off from 2-4ft down to 20ft and hopp it till you find the depth they are at. heavy jig will help you feel the bottom terrain better
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this is a great heavy cover jig!
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i think it would fare just fine, it has a pretty stout hook and weedguard. the line tie might not be the best for a flipping jig though. strike king's hack attack jig is another good flippin jig
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I throw watermelon pumpkin in clear water, and black/blue in stained water. Both work very well. In early spring, I throw the black/blue in clear water as well with good results.
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Depends on what your crayfish look like, /bright chartreuse or black for stained or night fiahing
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i was using the white in clear water. while green pumpkin worked in clear and stained for me last year.
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If you match the hatch you will catch fish with this jig I use green pumpkin in all water clear or stained. The green color matches every thing the bass see's every day.
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depending on what color your foliage is, green foliage then go with a green skirt. olive is ideal for playing hide and seek with bass if you have some sort of noise maker on it
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i like the green heads. as for clear water, your gonna want to mimic the real thing as well as you can. i recomend a berkley chigger craw power bait. in warm water
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Pumpkin watermelon hues in clear water. Black and blue dark water.
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i use black and blue in clear water
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a blue or brown color would be best for stained water
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This jig is meant to mimic a crawfish so the best color would be the one that mimics the color of your local craws. I like the black / brown spice (#21) and the emerald / brown spice (#22) in clear water. For stained I like them a bit flashier: black / red (#13) or watermelon / red (#14).
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how to fish this

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what is the best way to fish this jig, let it fall then jiggle it on the bottom, drag and hop it on the bottom, or swim it
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basscat88 all of the above!! i like a green pumpkin craw trailer on these
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My best bet would be to swim it around brush or grass.
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What i do is throw the jig out let it hit the bottom, shake it twice, pop it off the bottow twice, and then slow retrieve in with rod tip up. I caught several hawgs just on the swim back. I have never caught one by jigging it on the bottom. Also the biggest bass i caught with this jig was 7 1/2 pounds just by swimming it a foot off the bank. I use 1/2 for the swimming technique i feel it gives me better control and i use 1/4 for the toss and let it fall technique
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I fish this jig in every way you can think of. Overhangs, Logs, Pads, Veg and docks.
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All are good you have to let the bass tell you what they want!
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all of those.
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i hop it ,but you can use all methods. see what catches fish and remember what you did. also depending what fish are doing. i've let it set in a nest when sight fishing and jiggled it till the fish picked it up. i've caught bass doing it all ways
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flip it off rocks.
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any way is great. depending on how active the fish are. i find it most effective to drag it on the bottom and hop it out of cover.
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all of the above.... there is no wrong way to fish a jig. in any given day i will hop it, dragit and swim it. let the fish tell you what there in the mood for
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