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Heddon Bayou Boogie Lure

   

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Threadfin Shad

Threadfin Shad

2"

1/3 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6

Model:
W6501
  • $5.39

  • SKU: 252892

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Bream

Bream

2"

1/3 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6

Model:
W6507
  • $5.39

  • SKU: 252893

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Tennessee Shad

Tennessee Shad

2"

1/3 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6

Model:
W65115
  • $5.39

  • SKU: 185748

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Bass

Bass

2"

1/3 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6

Model:
W6542
  • $5.39

  • SKU: 252896

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The Heddon Bayou Boogie® is a "count-down-type" lure that can be fished at any depth. Slanted head displaces water and creates a pronounced wiggle. #6 hooks. Length: 2".

Heddon® Bayou Boogie® Lure 4.9 5 20 20
Boogie is best If I was on a deserted Island this is one of the top two or three lures I need to survive. Guaranteed results! Line, Leaders, hooks, a few Boogies and a Rapala. A fantastic design, a long history of proven results for fresh water. This is a must have in every tacklebox.. July 9, 2012
Bayou Boogie One Of Best Crankbaits For over 30 years, I have fished with the Heddon Bayou Boogie crank bait. Used for either casting or trolling, if I only had one crank bait available it would be the Bayou Boogie. You can fish it slow, count it down or rip it back fast. I have found it effective on most species of fish even catching trout with it. Just recently purchased 12 more on-line as I'm afraid they will one day go out of production since they were not listed in the 2012 Bass Pro Master Catalogue this year. June 21, 2012
Outstanding lure!!! This isn't my first time using the Bayou Boggie. They have always been my favorite lures. But, they have been increasingly hard to find in any of the stores. I was happy to be able to find them at Bass Pro. This lure does what it says and more. They bass are very attracted to them and I get a hit nine times out of ten. Buy them with confidence! July 14, 2011
phill991 i have always liked this plug ever since i started using it back in 1971. the only problem i'm having with the new one is the back hook pulls of the plug after a few fish and i don't know why. i have had to replace one already. it's like the hole is stripped out. April 29, 2011
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No wrong way to use this lure. Slow or trolling, the action speaks for itself. Keep it moving at any speed. Perch to Bass to Pike, anything that attacks will.
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Cast and retrieve into schooling fish such as white bass. Trolling is very effective as these lures run true and you never have to worry about them rolling over as lipped plugs sometime do. Really this is just a good, all around lure that you can use slow, fast or as a countdown jig type. I have caught all type fish even trout, but it is best on bass that are running minnows.
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Just throw it out and depending on the season slow or fast it is a great product and you cant go wrong!
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i like to fish the for pre and post spawn bass
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You just cast it out, count it down and crank it in. Just like a spinnerbait. Sometimes slow sometimes fast. In cover or over rocks is best
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