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BOOYAH Pond Magic spinnerbait

BOOYAH Pond Magic spinnerbait

BOOYAH’s Pond Magic spinnerbaits are specialized in color and blade combinations, hand-selected to match the forage base in smaller waters. Small by spinnerbait standards, they feature BOOYAH’s premium components and 60-strand silicone skirts.

The beauty of the Pond Magic is that it you can target not only bass of all sizes, but the smaller size will also catch crappie, catfish or pickerel many other fish that inhabit small bodies of water. This bait is available in 11 color schemes, including: Craw, Grasshopper, and Nest Robber.

The baits weigh 3/16-ounce, employ 2/0 Mustad hooks and tandem blades.

MSRP is $3.79 purchased from the BOOYAH website and are also available from many online retailers. Get more info at

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Perfect for kayaks, the compact HOOK² 4x Bullet features Broadband Sounder™ and is available with a basic GPS plotter or as a sonar-only model. Purchase an HDS Carbon, Elite Ti or HOOK² fishfinder/chartplotter display and get access to digital map technology with C-MAP charts.

With HOOK², you will spend more time fishing and less playing with settings. The display features easy-to-understand menus, wide-angle CHIRP sonar and SideScan and DownScan Imaging™.

At the heart of HOOK² is the Autotuning sonar technology, which gives you the best image by automatically adjusting sonar settings as water conditions change. It reduces time spent on settings, giving you more time to fish.

Combined with the TripleShot transducer 3-in-1 sonar models, get traditional high CHIRP wide-angle sonar, plus SideScan and DownScan imaging. CHIRP doubles your sonar coverage. The HOOK² display has a direct-access keypad that reduces time spent working on settings so you have more fishing time. If basic navigation is all you need, the simple GPS plotter of the HOOK² ‘x’ models is a perfect fit; you can add waypoints, follow trails and navigate to your favorite fishing spots.

MSRP is $119. Visit

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Phillip Gentry of Waterloo, S.C., is an avid outdoorsman and said if it swims, flies, hops or crawls, he's usually not too far behind.

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