''The skirts of these jigs are the key to their action. You can work one dead slow and still have a great, realistic profile. It’s a perfect imitation of a slow-moving crawfish.'' Alton Jones, 2008 Bassmaster Classic® Champion
When you want to play ball with some oversized bass, here’s the other half of Alton’s Classic-winning combination. The Booyah® Pigskin™ Jig's football head has a durable powder-coat finish and is backed by an extra-long 60-strand hand-tied skirt made of fine round rubber and silicone strands. On the move or at rest, the Pigskin Jig's body profile is meaty and the action is incredible! Premium Gamakatsu® hook with Plasti-Keeper™.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Berklybeliver1 BigTexasBassJig
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
Rated 5 out of 5 by MCTFisher9120 Great Bait
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
Rated 5 out of 5 by fishingmaster354 good jig
This jig is very good. I use it for deep drop offs and lso flipping and pitching with a strike king rodent as a trailer. I like the pb&j color
December 21, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by je2207 Good Jigs for a newbie
Prior to getting these I had never fished a Jig before. I must say these are very durable and have helped me become confident in Jigging. WHile I have not got anything to stay on yet. I am getting much more comfortable with using a jig and intend to keep them in my box for a long time.
July 19, 2009
Fish it in rocks and dropoffs. anywhere else it will jam in a branch or get tangled in weeds. Trust me though, on rockpiles, it is KILLER on smallmouth!. for a trailer, go with yum crawpapi or yamamoto medium fat craw. I like the craw papi best, but the yamamoto is more versatile.
Either heavy (20LB) flourocarbon or braid. Braid works well if fishing in cover, flouro in open/clear water. I usually fish these jigs on 50-65 LB braid in all conditions, the bass don't seem to mind the braid! ;)
I use superline like crystal fireline. When you're fishing heavy cover you need stronger line that is very resistant to abrasion. I use 14lb fireline for my flippin' and pitchin'. Fireline is just one of the superlines you can use though.