Booyah® Blade™ Spinnerbait - Tandem
Color for color, component for component, 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.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 41 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bassman55125 good buy I have the color shown in the picture and itis killer. Sometimes i put on a little 2 inch pattletail swimbait on as a trailer to give it a lot of vibration and bulkiness for the lunkers! March 17, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by sonik great bait very versitile and well rounded bait my cousin caught a 6lb bass on it slow rollin the bottom and i have had about 7 total bass over 2 days of fishin it all mine were caught burnin the top water. i notitced a little paint has chiped off the head of my bait (i bought the white color) but nothing major because it still produces bass February 25, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by nothead best bait ever. I bought this bait a few monts ago and I caught a 10 pounder my first time fishing with it. December 27, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by basscrankr biggest bass and walleye i caught my personal best smallmouth bass on this bait. (22 inches). i wish i had a scale to wiegh the hog. And in the same day, to my suprise i caught my personal bast walleye! (28 inches) all on the white and chartruse color November 29, 2009
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Details:I am stuck between Booyah spinnerbaits and Termanaitor spinnerbaits could i get some advice.
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A:Terminators look great and have a strong body but in my experience, they are never a top performer.
I mostly fish for small mouth in clear water and these are my go to spinner bait. I stock up on these in the 1/4 ounce and I don't even bother using my terminator baits any more.
Details:I am wondering how strong they are i fish for Murray Cod ( a large freshwater fish from Australia ) that go 60 pound plus
Details:Would this make a good winter bass lure?
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A:I use them in cold water chain pikeral seem to love the snow white colored ones,but you have to use a slower action so the fish can see it .In colder water the fish tend to move slower.
A:i think there better in early spring for post spawn bass
A: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
A: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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