BOOYAH Pigskin Jigs
Been fishing this bait this past fall and loved it. The skirt it very impressive and the flare it give's with a Yum Chunk is a perfect combo..Only fall is the paint fall's off the Jig head when bouncing it off of rocks lots.
December 30, 2009
The design that booyah put into this specific bait is fantastic. This jig is best worked dead slow on the bottom. The rounded head gives great feeling of the bottom, and with braided line is great. This jig is well suited to pitchn' and flippn' and is great for bed fishing. When bed fishing match the color of the jig to crayfish of your area of fishing. Orange is the best all arouned color matched with a Yum chunk trailer in Texas craw color or orange. Take advantage of the football shaped head let it sit on the bottom and rock it back and forward, slowly and pause on the forward. This makes the trailer claws stand up and is irresistable. I caught a 7 pounder in my local pond. Have fun BOOYAH say it loud say it proud.
January 8, 2010
I really like this jig with a 3in or 31/2in paca craw. It will always stand up with this trailer on, and the living rubber skirts on these are magnets for enticing the bite! This jig doesnt come with rattles but if you get the paca trailer, (I like the round rattles that BPS sells) you can just put one in the paca's mouth with a little megastrike. work it slow around rocks and you should get bit! This is a quallity jig! This jig does have a big profile so if your looking for something a little smaller I also like Bass Patrol jigs for that.
March 30, 2009
Best Football Jigs On Market!
These are fish catchers!!!! I very rarely snag these when fishing deep rocky open waters like on Lake Don Pedro or Lake Mcclure, the weight never mattered just buy the size you're most comfortable with. These have beautiful swimming pulsing action in the water and the hooks are strong and hold fish well, the paint does get slightly chipped but i haven't fished a jig yet that doesn't chip. I fish em with a VERY WIDE array of trailers. I wont cast it in the water without one on. You want a couple of these in your tackle box at all times.
October 8, 2013