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BOOYAH® Pond Magic™ Spinnerbaits

   

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Shad

Shad

3/16 oz.

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2/0

Model:
BYPM36650
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Chartreuse Red Flake

Chartreuse Red Flake

3/16 oz.

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2/0

Model:
BYPM36651
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Hornet

Hornet

3/16 oz.

1

Hook Size:
2/0

Model:
BYPM36657
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  • SKU: 1009361

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Hidden farm ponds and remote strip mine lakes hold jumbo heavyweights that hardly ever see heavy fishing pressure. Shorter in size but not on moxie, the Pond Magic features hand selected color and blade combos that match the forage base of these smaller waters. Premium components such as a Mustad® Ultra Point™ hook and 60 strand ultra fine silicone skirt virtually guarantee that these tiny gems will reap HUGE rewards!
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 69 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by This is a magic bait.... At least in ponds. I was out in some dicey weather the other day and was throwing this in 30mph plus winds on light spinning gear. Not only did this thing cast like a rock but it was like using some sort of magic bait. With the winds so high I was facing major changes in water clarity in the pond I was fishing, and the dual color blades on the white spinnerbait made sure that this thing stayed visiable no matter what the color of the water. I slammed 17 bass on 17 casts using this bait. It's size is such that it enticed both lunkers and dinks, so it can catch anything that's in your local water. It's my new go to! May 15, 2008
Rated 2 out of 5 by Skirt fell off Was excited to try out this bait. Worked wonderful for the first few casts, then out of the blue the skirt came off of it and was gone. Now I have a useless spinnerbait. I bought another one to see if it was just a fluke. Weird situation. No resistance on the lure, the skirt just vanished. May 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good lure for bass I catch bass all day with this lure. On windy days when fish don't seem to be biting I tie one of these on and the fish start biting. I like the black, green, and red colors. I always catch fish with this and most of them are big. January 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good in right situation I'm a big fan of using spinnerbaits. I have a pond that is only a couple of minutes, but unfortunately the bass are fairly small. This bait comes into its own in this exact situation. The neon blade helps out a lot with the stained water you usually find in small ponds. The quality is great and I've had mine for almost two years now and it still works great and shows little wear July 29, 2013
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Smaller lure.
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Honestly tell me if this will work in a smaller pond with fish about 2 pounds that arent very aggresive and are usually fished on with a worm and bobber? If someone tells me it will and it doesn't work will be very dissapointed
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if the fish feed on other smaller fish in the pond then it probably will good luck
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yes. just need to use it under the right conditions. i catch under 2lbs on mine often.
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This is one of the first baits i throw on anywhere i go, especially new ponds/lakes, because the biggest or smallest fish will take a crack at them. definitely should work in your situation. my friend has a small pond with half pound to three pound bass, and which are a little sluggish, and i've had great results. i also reccomend you look at the rooster tail in line spinners for some of the smaller fish.
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to be honest no 1 can but your self you will need to try it for your self in that pond buutt i would asumme it might work if all they ever see is a bobber an worm it will be someting diferent to hre eyes
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Yes, fish the spinner through likely areas that hold bass. reel slowly and let it sink. Use in white for fall and chartreuse for spring and summer
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Yes!!!! these baits are amazing. if they run right theyre good. but be patient with them they do roll over sometimes
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Hmm... I don't think so because they're not very aggresive. But, i might be wrong you never know until you try one.
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Dependin' on the condition's, They should still hit it.

I fished a pond where only people used live bait and worm's. And I used to catch a ton of bass on them.

Just get the right color, And start castin'!

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I used it on both small and medium size ponds/lakes. My first cast on a very small pond resulted in a 2 pound bass.
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I have had great success with small fish. I have even caught a lot of bluegill with it. That said, I think you are better off going with a large beetlespin than this spinnerbait.
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kinda clear
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i love the chartreuse and black for darker water but white shad is good for most water.
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if you are in a somewhat clear pond, look at some of the darker colors. however, it is never a bad idea to have a brighter bait, or red bait for cloudy days, or even if you would like to experiment a little bit.
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white in the fall green in spring/summer
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They all work. somethime they dont run right. when they do run right, you catch alot of bass. not too many over two pounds though
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Here's the key.
Dark water= light colors
Light water= dark colors
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I think color is more a matter of confidence. While I usually follow the general guidelines and use a natural white color in clear water I have had great success with the red ant color
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Lighter more natural colors wht, slvr, even transparent skirts seem to do best for me. Hope this helps.
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