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BOOYAH Pond Magic Spinnerbaits

   

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Shad

Shad

3/16 oz.

1

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2/0

Model:
BYPM36650
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Chartreuse Red Flake

Chartreuse Red Flake

3/16 oz.

1

Hook Size:
2/0

Model:
BYPM36651
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  • SKU: 1009360

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Hornet

Hornet

3/16 oz.

1

Hook Size:
2/0

Model:
BYPM36657
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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 BOOYAH® 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!

BOOYAH Pond Magic Spinnerbaits 4.6 5 70 70
spinner tried this spinner today and i works great caught some nice size fish on it. great product. April 25, 2009
pond magic I must say, this small bait packs a mighty punch. i recently bought a handful of these baits, and all colors produce well. the only reason i give this bait a 3 out of 5 is the difficulty of keeping the skirts on. every one i bought is almost strandless because they pop off almost every time you get a strike. July 18, 2011
Just A Great Spinner Bait...Magic? I used a Pond Magic (white) for the first time today and caught a largemouth at the local reservoir. The water was cold, the air was cold, at times it was windy and the bite was slow but this landed my only fish of the day and it was a nice one. This lure casts like a dream, there were times when the action of the blades didn't work quite right which is why I gave it 4 stars but for the most part it ran true. I also added a Yellow/Red Bass Pro Squirmin Squirt as a trailer for some added color. Seemed to work well with this spinner and the bass seemed to like it...... BOOYAH! November 29, 2008
The whos your daddy BOOYAH!!!!! I bought these and I can't keep the bass off of them. Right now the weather is changing from hot to cold so it's hard to know what the bass will be biting but not with these. They come in like 8 different colors which I got and they all produce big and small bass. I never leave the house with out them. They are high quality and at a great price, GET them they are great. Just make sure before you take this out to the water to practice saying your choice of BOOYAH!!!!!!!!! October 19, 2009
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The Tandem Willow is referring to the blades. The BOOYAH® Pond Magic™ Spinnerbaits and the BOOYAH® Micro Pond Magic™ Spinnerbaits are different sizes and number of blades. Thanks
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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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