Tackle Report #2 - Booyah Micro Pond Magic

Tackle Report #2 - Booyah Micro Pond Magic
Tackle Report #2 - Booyah Micro Pond Magic

I like to throw it parallel to the bank or out towards a point and pull it back at a slow to medium rate.  If I'm on a small pond then I will launch the lure as far as I can throw it before pulling a similar retrieve speed.  The latter method is how I caught my two best fish using this lure, both 15" largemouths, one on a private pond while the other was on a club lake.

Booyah produce this lure in six different colors, namely Alpine, Fire Ant, Lightning Bug, Locust, Pumpkinseed and Wasp.  Of these colors I have the Alpine and the Fire Ant with the former definitely being my favorite.

On the scoring scale I would place this around the 8/10 range.  It's a good starter lure and will catch small to medium sized bass ... maybe even the odd hawg, I just haven't hooked into one yet!

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