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Booyah Alton Jones' A-Jig, 1/2 oz.

Item # 411820
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Key Features

  • Hand-tied, round rubber-and-silicone skirt

  • Perfectly imitates a slow-moving crawfish

  • Same hook and head used for the popular Boo Jig

  • Durable powder-coat finish prevents chipping

  • 5/0 black nickel hook & handy Plasti-Keeper spike


Our Price   $3.99

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  • Please note: This item can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
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Product Description
booyah With its hand-tied, round rubber-and-silicone skirt and powder-coat finish, the A-Jig offers a natural presentation that perfectly imitates a slow-moving crawfish. Rubber skirt creates full shaping and a fish-enticing, undulating motion. 30 silicone strands allow for fabulous color combinations and provide an elongated silhouette and controlled fall rate. Features the same hook and head used for the popular Boo Jig. Durable powder-coat finish prevents chipping. Comes equipped with a 5/0 extra-strong black nickel hook and handy Plasti-Keeper spike.
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Specifications
Model BYAJ12
Size 1/2
Hook 5/0 Black Nickel Single, 1
Quantity 1

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Booyah Alton Jones A-Jig, 1/2 oz.
 
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4.0

Quality product catches fish

By Steve

from Illinois

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Pros

  • Easy To Handle
  • Strong

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Fresh Water

    Comments about Booyah Alton Jones A-Jig, 1/2 oz.:

    Great lure for big bass!

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