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 Jig This jig is really good quality and has a really great action in the water. The skirt does not shrink up like a lot of other jigs and stays spread out when bringing it along th bottom. I would recommend this jig to anyone because it is a really good jig. February 18, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by one great jig i actually found one of theese stick to a log in one of my favorite fishing spots and i picked it up and tried it and i was catching fish left and right on it. February 4, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by good bait A good basis jig that you can hook a soft bait to and cast a mile. I like hooking a soft crawfish with half the tail cut off. Works well in lilly pads January 25, 2009
Rated 3 out of 5 by Weed guards fall out I bought 10 of these at once. All Ozark craw. Love the jigs action with a medium sized trailer. The only issue I have is that 9 out of the 10 weed guards either pulled out while trimming them, or when in the rocks. If they could glue them better I would buy tons of these. January 9, 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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