Boing Lures is the manufacturer of several high quality topwater bass fishing lures which utilize a special internal knocker to create a realistic baitfish sound.
Checkout the video below to see Boing Lures in action.
The Boing walk-the-dog topwater makes use of a unique sound chamber to create both high and low frequencies, thereby stimulating a fish’s sound receptors. The company has recently teamed up with noted Arkansas custom painter Dwain Batey. Now, in addition to sounding more like a fleeing baitfish than any other lure, the Boing products will also look more natural and seductive. Combined with three-dimensional eyes, Gamakatsu trebles, and hand-tied feathers, this is truly a premium product at an affordable price. Additionally, they’re 100 percent hand-crafted in the United States.
“This is not a lure you can go into a big box retailer and see, so the general public doesn’t know about us yet,” said Boing owner Jason Yocum. “But 99.9 percent of those who’ve fished them rave about them. It’s a lure you have to touch, feel and throw to understand.”
In order to spread the word of this product’s effectiveness, Boing is working with longtime western pro and FLW Tour rookie Jimmy Reese of California.
“I am so excited about working with Jason and his company. We have been brain storming for weeks now. Jason and I have so much in common and are excited about the future of his brand. We both understand the importance of building strong long term relationships as well as giving back to the industry. Best of all, these lures flat out catch fish! The unique sound these baits make when walking across the surface gives the fish a different low to high frequency sound for them to react to. These hand painted Boing Lures are coated with a durable epoxy to help protect the paint and look absolutely amazing.”