Introduced by Bassmaster Alton Jones
Hand-tied, round rubber-and-silicone skirt
Perfectly imitates a slow-moving crawfish
Durable powder-coat finish prevents chipping
Gamakatsu single hook with Plasti-Keeper spike
It's no surprise that the Booyah Pigskin Jigs were part of Alton Jones' winning arsenal during the 2008 Bassmaster Classic. This hand-tied, extra-long, 60-strand rubber-and-silicone skirt jig design offers a natural presentation that perfectly imitates a slow-moving crawfish. The skirt's fine, round rubber strands create full shaping and move with a seductive undulating motion in the water, while its silicone strands allow for fabulous color combinations. Best when cast to deep rocky structure and dragged slowly, its innovative design keeps the jig in contact with the bottom. It comes to life even with very slow presentations. Durable powder-coat finish prevents chipping. Comes equipped with a premium Gamakatsu single hook with Plasti-Keeper spike.