|3/4 oz.||3 1/2 in.||Select Color||$10.99 USD|
Floats in a vertical position; won't sink. Casts well. Now with dressed tail treble.
Gag's schoolie popper
August 5, 2016
Ive used this in back bays and done extremely well. Its light and needs to be used with light tackle. Hardware could definitely use some upgrades. Bigger fish will tear it apart.
ConsNeeds hardware upgrades.
By Cliff T
Stafford Springs Ct.
Stripers and Blues "Eat 'Em Up!"
June 21, 2015
Stripers and blues fought over this lure. Numerous fish caught as this lure began to get torn apart. Blues chewed up the paint and then finally tore the front treble out of the snap ring. It was then I noticed the rear snap ring on the teaser treble was also ready to go.
ProsGreat fish finder!
ConsSnap rings don't hold up to repeated assault. I recommend upgrading the snap rings if you are heading into a blitz. The day's catches were worth the $8.99 lure that I can still save.
April 27, 2015
I have caught some BIG fish with this lure. I use it at sunrise and right before sunset and I catch a lot of fish. Very good during blitzes.
Lake Worth, FL
My morning lure
January 27, 2015
Love using these things in the early morning. They absolutely get destroyed and work geat!
January 25, 2015
smaller than expected but will work fine
nice small popper
January 2, 2015
use these in back bay areas and estuaries. they cast well and catch well when fish want to hit topwater plugs
July 18, 2012
Started fishing these about 10 years ago and they are great when p-nut bunker or smaller baitfish are around. I have caught some nice stripers on them. Hooks work well and never broke or bent. Best retrieve, imo, is 3-4 light pops in a row then let it sit, repeat until a fish hits. They cast well and the fish love the rattle.
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