Booyah Boo Rig
The Booyah Boo Rig utilizes the effectiveness of a schooling rig and a spinnerbait – all in one fish-catching package. Equipped with four lustrous willow blades at the end of four stiff wire arms, the Booyah Boo Rig gets down deep and delivers a blinged-out presentation that big bass just can’t resist. When fished with a wide-wobbling crankbait, the vibrations travel up through the wire, and give the willow blades even more action. Fish the rig that’s full of flash, the Booyah Boo Rig.
The Boo Rig series from Booyah provides lures with the added weight necessary to go beyond their targeted running depth, and keeps them in the strike zone as long as possible. What’s more, the Boo Rig series uses a flexible nylon-encased wire that allows lures to swim like they’re attached straight to mono. And not they're not meant just for fishing swimbaits either, all of the Booyah Boo Rigs can accommodate all manner of crankbaits, spoons, weightless swimbaits, and even jerkbaits.
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Comments: 2nd cast out the package produced a 3 lber. I didnt sucker into the whole A-Rig thing when they first come out. I didnt like the idea of multiple heavy swimbaits, but when I saw booyah's new version which utilized willow blades and just one lure on the back I knew I had to try it. Its way more castable than you would think and well built, minus the cheap swivel. I have been catching fish on it with a 5" swimbait on a 5/0 belly weighted Gamakatsu hook. I have yet to try the rig with a crank bait, but am looking forward to it when the time is right. Either way, I think this thing is an awsome addition to any anglers bag of tricks.
From: Zack: Chatham County, GA 7/13/15
Comments: This is a really cool rig. Works well with crankbaits, swimbaits, swim jigs, or whatever else you feel like throwing. The 1/2oz model gets deep cranks down deeper, especially on the troll. Looks great in the water - lots of flash and wobble. Be careful throwing cranks on this rig though. Snags happen easily, and it sucks losing the boo-rig PLUS the crank attached. Comes through cover well with top-hook swimbaits though. As was previously stated, the snap and swivel it comes with is junk, so change that out first thing.
From: JDub: NV 1/23/15
Comments: This lure is amazing, I love the way it swims with the 4 blades and its technique but make sure you put the right size shad swimbait on!
From: Unknown: USA 3/24/14
Comments: When I had seen the 1/2 oz Booyah Boo Rig with the quad willow blades; I was stunned how small the actual rig was compare to some of the other castable umbrella rigs. I was believing it would be something more like the Mann's A-rig which is definitely not alike to this rig. I am hoping to get this out next spring, keep on fishin'.
From: Nick: TN