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Booyah Baby Boo Jig Review

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Booyah Baby Boo Jig for Ultralight Fishing – Recommended for Ultralight Fishing because of Quality, Performance, and Value.

– Retail price is about $2. You may be able to get a lower price on eBay.

– For ultralight fishing, use the 3/16 ounce size.

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Product Specifications

One of the best ultralight skirted jigs on the market is, hands down, the Baby Boo Jig from Booyah.  The Baby Boo jigs feature a 3/16 ounce size for excellent castability and couple the light weight with a light wire hook for solid hooksets on ultralight gear.  The super-fine 60 strand, Booyah patented, silicone skirt wiggles and undulates enticingly whether you are moving and bouncing the lure or letting it sit while you’re waiting for a bite.  A light weedguard helps keep the jig as weedless as possible, for times when you are fishing heavy weeds, structure, or rock piles.

Colors Available

There are 5 main color combinations available for the Booyah Baby Boo ultralight skirted jigs.  The PB & J features a dark brown jighead and skirt accented with smaller black sections.  The proven Black/Blue color combination includes a black jighead and skirt with blue flash accent skirt strands.  A 3D Green Pumpkin color combo includes a dark green jighead and weedguard with a lighter brown and black accented skirt.  You can also get the jigs in a great Black/Brown/Chartreuse combo or in a 3D watermelon red setup that features a watermelon colored jig and weedguard, with an olive and tan skirted body.

How To Work Booyah Baby Boo Jigs

Finesse is the name of the game with Booyah Baby Boo ultralight skirted jigs.  These are the jigs that the pros turn to when the bite has dropped off and nothing else is working.  You want to cast the jig close to cover where you think fish are waiting and begin slowly bouncing and hopping it back to you.  Some days you may be able to cast and retrieve the jig just over cover to entice strikes from more aggressive fish.

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