Heddon® Bayou Boogie® Lure
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".
Rated 5 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gibby2511 Awesome I fish kansas lakes in late spring early summer for walleye, white bass, and wipers. This is the best lure I've found that will catch all three species. A local marine introduced these to me but quit carrying them so I'm glad basspro is easy to order them from. April 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by ReelfootSam Heddon Bayou Boggie One of the best shallow water crank baits ever produced.Big Bass love this bait. I have used this bait over the last 30 years to win several bass tournaments.If the fish are shallow you need on the tie the boggie.Normally will out fish another one of my all time favorites the Rattle Trap. Too bad the color offering has now been reduce to just a few colors. Several of the best colors are no longer available. Back in the late 80's I personally ordered 15 doz. each of 2 diffrent colors that had been discontinued to get them special made at the factory because they were so good..Glad I did. Good fishing.Reelfoot Sam. April 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by BlackwaterGA Very underutilized classic from the past This bait is a true producer, especially in quieter waters like farm ponds, or anywhere the fish can be skittish and rattle baits send them running instead of attracting them. With so many fishermen using rattle baits, the non-tattlers like the BB can help you catch more real lunkers. Reel straight, or erratically. CAsts well in the wind, too - a time when this bait can really excel. March 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by tomfromHowell 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
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A:I have used this lure during warmer water temperatures when the fish are more active. I use it while trolling behind the boat as slow as I can and as long as the lure can reach max depth. I use either the darker colored or lighter colored lure according to light and water conditions.
A: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.
A: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.
A:Just throw it out and depending on the season slow or fast it is a great product and you cant go wrong!
A:i like to fish the for pre and post spawn bass
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A: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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