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Color for color, component for component, the BOOYAH® Blade Spinnerbait is one of the finest spinnerbaits made today. Built tough, easy to fish, and with the superb action of its ultra-fine pure silicone skirt, deadly effective in all waters. Features a willow blade on the pin and an auxiliary Colorado blade on the upright, for extra thump.
I love these baits! Seriously, first cast and bang a bass, fair sized one too.
May 10, 2011
I have always used Booyah spinnerbaits. They are very durable and all together quality baits. They out perform any other spinnerbait on the market. I use the the 3/8 ounce. Tandem blade (white) and catch quality bass all year long. These baits have great versatility and presentation. I can always rely on my Booyah spinerbait when the conditions are tough on the water.
April 5, 2011
SPINNER IS GREAT. BOUGHT THE 3/8OZ SIZE IN CHARTUESE/WHITE AND I CAUGHT A 4LB AND 6LB BASS WITHIN 20 MIN. OF USING IT!
July 15, 2010
Pros and Cons
Works excellent in the water, strong and durable. The only negative is the key ring design on the blades. It does make it easy to switch blades but how often does that really happen with an amatuer fisherman. The blades can work completely off the bait if your not careful. Overall though == good bait!
May 17, 2010
i have caught several fish on this spinnerbait when the outside temp was high 50's water temp in the 60's most bass i caught have been usin it top water but my cousin was slow rolling it along the bottom (about 12 ft) and produced a 6 pounder right next to some saw garss
Caught 5 smallmouth in the Potomac River on this bait a couple of weeks ago, water temp was 44 degrees. The fish were 15, 16, 16, 18 and 20 inches. We've caught fish on them as low as 42 degrees fishing slow of course. They're my favorite in Spring and Fall, don't know about dead winter cause we usually don't get out anyway. Good luck.
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