BOOYAH Boo Flex Rewrites Your Fishing Playbook

Boo FlexYou know those “Running Depth” indicators on crankbait packages? Ignore them. You know that long-lining technique? Forget it. You know that little spinning rig you use for casting lightweight, shallow-running crankbaits? Leave it at home. BOOYAH Bait Company just made all that obsolete.

 

The new Boo Flex Rig lets you fish any lure at any depth, adds miles of casting distance to lightweight baits and puts the lure in the strike zone for almost the entire cast. The Boo Flex Rig consists of a baitfish-shaped head for weight and attraction on a super-strong, flexible wire that takes light, buoyant lures to the bottom (or any depth), releasing anglers from the constraints of running depths and limited casting distance. Now you can fish a shallow-running crankbait 30 feet deep, or cast a feather-light lure great distances even on baitcasting gear. Plus, by feeding out a little line after the cast, the Boo Flex Rig takes the lure to the desired depth and lets you keep it there for almost the entire cast.

 

The Boo Flex Rig is available in three weights, ¼-, 3/8- and ½-ounce, and is effective with any style of lure from crankbaits to jigs and spinnerbaits. The Boo Flex Rig allows you to fish any lure at any depth, and the flexible wire does not impede the swimming action.

 

 

 

 

Boo RigBOOYAH Bait Company takes castable umbrella rigs to the next level. Why are swimbaits the only lures to adorn the business end of castable umbrella rigs? Because the stiff wires impede the action of crankbaits and other lures. The Boo Rig changes that with a center lure arm made of super-strong, flexible, nylon-encased wire that allows crankbaits and other lures to swim naturally.

 

The Boo Rig features four stainless steel outer arms with willowleaf blades to produce flash and vibration, but the center lure arm is flexible, allowing anglers to use any lure – not just a swimbait – from a crankbait to a jig. Your only limitation is your imagination. Now anglers can throw a shallow-running crankbait on their castable umbrella rig and work it on bottom in any depth. Plus, the lure stays in the strike zone for the entire cast. Plus, the Boo Rig is legal anywhere you fish.

 

The Boo Rig is available in three weights, ¼-, 3/8- and 1/2-ounce. It is one of a series of new “Boo” fishing systems that let anglers use any type of lure at any depth. BOOYAH just rewrote your fishing playbook.

 

 

 

 

 

Boo Sping RigThe BOOYAH Boo Spin Rig opens the door to unlimited possibilities. Consisting of a weighted baitfish-shaped head and a pair of spinnerbait blades attached to a super-strong, flexible wire, the Boo Spin Rig lets anglers attach any lure in their tackle box to create a look and action never-before-achieved.

The Boo Spin Rig lets anglers attach anything from a shallow-running crankbait to a weightless, Texas-rigged swimbait behind the spinning blades and fish it at any depth, and the flexible wire doesn’t impede the bait’s action. In fact, the swimming action of a wide-wobbling crankbait transmits upward to the head and blades, producing a swimming motion no spinnerbait has ever achieved. A more subtle action is attained with the use of a jig or soft plastic lure. For shallow-water fishing, anglers can use a weightless, Texas-rigged swimbait, and for fishing deeper can simply use the same bait on a jighead. For even more baitfish flash and vibration, anglers can attach various spinnerbaits or other bladed lure. All these options and more can be fished at any depth from shallow, weedy shorelines to deep, mainlake ledges.

The Boo Spin Rig is available in three weights, ¼-, 3/8- and ½-ounce, in both Colorado/willowleaf combos and tandem willowleaf versions.

 

Boo Teaser RigBOOYAH Bait Company takes castable umbrella rigs to the next level. Why are swimbaits the only lures to adorn the business end of castable umbrella rigs? Because the stiff wires impede the action of crankbaits and other lures. The Boo Teaser Rig changes that with a center lure arm made of super-strong, flexible, nylon encased wire that allows crankbaits and other lures to swim naturally.

 

The Boo Teaser Rig features four stainless steel outer arms with teaser grubs (included) to add the baitfish school look and vibration of a castable umbrella rig, but the center lure arm is flexible, allowing anglers to use any lure – not just a swimbait – from a crankbait to a jig. Your only limitation is your imagination. Now anglers can throw a shallow-running crankbait on their castable umbrella rig and work it on bottom in any depth. Plus, the lure stays in the strike zone for the entire cast. Plus, the Boo Teaser Rig is legal anywhere you fish.

 

The Boo Teaser Rig is available in three weights, ¼-, 3/8- and 1/2-ounce. It is one of a series of new “Boo” fishing systems that let anglers use any type of lure at any depth. BOOYAH just rewrote your fishing playbook.

 

 

 

 

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