BOOYAH® Pigskin™ Jigs

   

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Nest Robber

Nest Robber

3/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4/0

Model:
BYPJ3445

River Craw

River Craw

3/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4/0

Model:
BYPJ3446

Creek Craw

Creek Craw

3/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4/0

Model:
BYPJ3448

Nest Robber

Nest Robber

3/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
3/0

Model:
BYPJ3845

River Craw

River Craw

3/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
3/0

Model:
BYPJ3846

Creek Craw

Creek Craw

3/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
3/0

Model:
BYPJ3848

Nest Robber

Nest Robber

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4/0

Model:
BYPJ1245

River Craw

River Craw

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4/0

Model:
BYPJ1246
''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™.

Manufacturer model #: BYPJ.

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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. Good Bait December 30, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by awesome! I love these jigs and always pair them with a rage tail craw and crawl them across the bottom. The EWG hook helps keep the fish on and is harder for them to shake in my experience and holds the trailer in an upright position better. June 24, 2009
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i live in a semi clear lake that is not very deep and i was wondering how and where do you fish it and what is a good trailer for it
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I would fish this primarily around rocky or hard bottoms. Up to 8' deep I'd throw the 1/4 oz., up to 15' deep I'd throw the 3/8 oz., and any deeper go to the 1/2 oz. Probably the best trailer I've found is the Yum Craw Papi, match the color of the trailer to the jig. going by the sizes above, I use either the 2-3/4", 3-3/4", or 4-3/4". This combination has been a consistent producer for me in all seasons and conditions.
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I would fish it along rocks and structure from anywhere to 5-30 feet deep. I love using the Yamamoto Kreature on it, as well has the flappin hogs. Fishing is all about confidence, use a soft plastic you're confident in and you will do fine!
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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.
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Go with the 3/8 one and any trailer would really work. I like the Strike King Perfect Plastic with Coffee Scent
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If you're talking about "Heavy Cover" like I am thinking, then you want some Braided PowerPro 50lb test.
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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! ;)
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if by heavy cover your are refering to rock I use 15# Invis x...football jigs don't do well in brush and grass
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I use 50# PowerPro Braid. Its an extremely tough line that has no stretch and is ultra sensitive.
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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.
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