River2Sea WPL130 Whopper Plopper Lure

River2Sea WPL130 Whopper Plopper Lure

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TD Code
LengthWeight
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HookColorPrice
WPL130 Blue Blood
R2S-0006-2
5in1-3/8River2Sea Long Shank 4X Strong #2/0Blue Blood$16.99 USD
WPL130 Loon
R2S-0006-3
5in1-3/8River2Sea Long Shank 4X Strong #2/0Loon$16.99 USD
WPL130 Munky Butt
R2S-0006-4
5in1-3/8River2Sea Long Shank 4X Strong #2/0Munky Butt$16.99 USD
WPL130 Bone
R2S-0006-5
5in1-3/8River2Sea Long Shank 4X Strong #2/0Bone$16.99 USD
WPL130 Perch
R2S-0006-6
5in1-3/8River2Sea Long Shank 4X Strong #2/0Perch$16.99 USD
WPL130 Rainbow Trout
R2S-0006-7
5in1-3/8River2Sea Long Shank 4X Strong #2/0Rainbow Trout$16.99 USD
WPL130 Chubby
R2S-0006-8
5in1-3/8River2Sea Long Shank 4X Strong #2/0Chubby$16.99 USD
WPL130 Delta Craw
R2S-0006-9
5in1-3/8River2Sea Long Shank 4X Strong #2/0Delta Craw$16.99 USD
WPL130 Rat Ta Tat
R2S-0006-10
5in1-3/8River2Sea Long Shank 4X Strong #2/0Rat Ta Tat$16.99 USD
WPL130 Phantom Shad
R2S-0006-11
5in1-3/8River2Sea Long Shank 4X Strong #2/0Phantom Shad$16.99 USD
WPL130 I Know It
R2S-0006-12
5in1-3/8River2Sea Long Shank 4X Strong #2/0I Know It$16.99 USD
The River2Sea WPL130 Whopper Plopper lure is designed by the legendary angler Larry Dahlberg. It is the bass sized version, it can be casted up to a mile making this lure great for combing large flats or expanses. This lure provides long accurate casts with a wider possible range of speeds along with wider range of commotion and sound.

**If using these lures for larger species, remove rear hook and put one front hook two sizes larger as the bass tend to eat it and it's difficult to avoid gill injury**
4.5 Stars based on 51 reviews
By Jimmy
Texarkana, AR
Whopper Plopper 110
February 8, 2018
What can I say. I'm a buzzbait addict. I'll throw one any time the water is above 60 degrees.
The Whopper Plopper, while technically not a buzzbait, is the lure I throw when they're short striking or swirling on a buzzbait. Throw it out past the strikezone, crank it a few feet, and let it sit right on top of the target, crank it again, and they'll kill it. Drives the fish nuts. I had 3 fish over 6 pounds this past season on a Monkey Butt and a Terminator.
Can't wait until Spring.
ProsGreat action Durable Gets the bites
ConsNeed one in a Natural bream color.
By TonyF
Farmingdale, NY
My go to lure
September 21, 2020
I have had a lot of success with this lure. I have caught some decent LMB (18"), Smallies and Walleye (22") using the loon color at night. My favorite is the 90 and second choice would be the 75. I have not had any issues with the 90 rolling or twisting. The pictures I posted were of the fish I caught with the 75.
ProsCatches fish period!
ConsPrice, it kills me if I lose a lure.
By Henry
Maurice, LA
What I was hoping fir
July 23, 2020
Excellent lure for top water largemouth bass.
By Henry
Maurice, LA
What I was hoping for!
July 23, 2020
Excellent lure for top eater speckled trout.
By Sean
CONOVER, NC
90 works best for me
July 9, 2020
I also have two of the bigger models but no luck on them.
By Joey
, New Jersey
Great lure
July 6, 2020
I caught about 10 bass in one night including a nice 3.5
ProsIt catches fish
ConsExpensive
By Jim
Mt Pleasant, MI
Fun lure to fish with
June 24, 2020
I've used a number of sizes and colors and these are fun lures to fish with. Even the largest size draws pike and bass. No muskie yet, but I'm sure it will. I'm not sure that color really matters for these. Not the best hook up percentage, but that is top water fishing. There are a number of decent videos out there for mods like using some shrink tube to hold the hooks out.
By Chad
EAST WAKEFIELD, NH
Draws violent typesetter strikes
May 6, 2020
Absolutely killer bait for catching big largemouth and smallmouth. Draws up some of the most violent typesetter strikes I've seen. They flat out destroy them! The 130 had produced some very large bass for be here in the Northeast.
ProsGreat quality components Only upgrade needed im is a Spring power swivel to stop line twist
ConsTwist line if you don't have swivel
By Cobb
Glenmoore, PA
Good bass lure
May 5, 2020
Great to use for bass and fun to watch them eat
By John
Carrollton, TX
Pure savage
April 20, 2020
Bass absolutely destroy it. I have heard countless numbers of people loving this bait.
By Jack
,
Excellent bait
April 11, 2020
My new favorite top water bait
By Joey
New jersey
Great and unique
March 25, 2020
Love the unique design of this lure. Fish can't resist the action but the pricetag is definitely on the higher end for lures in this market.
By Charlie
Newfields, NH
Whopper Plopper 90
March 7, 2020
I have had this lure for about a year and it has blown me away. The tail creates the noise and splash of an injured baitfish near the surface, drawing in bass. So far I have caught small and largemouth bass. This thing works well in clear and murky water from prespawn until late fall (Im in northern New Egland so it varies depending on where you live). I have gone out and bought 3 more in varying colors all work well.
Pros-very effective -splashes -rattles -variety of size and color.
Consif you are using a baitcaster it is fairly heavy so be mindful of backlash.
By Brent
Alton, IL
Good blowups
February 17, 2020
I like the whopper plopper it get some hellacious topwater blow ups! I wished they made a chrome colored one to mimic a minnow
By Mike
Cortland, OH
All the benefits and less bulky
August 5, 2019
Still the same great action as the larger ones without the finicky retrieve of the WP90 (which I have not experienced but have heard complaints about constantly). Thit functions great, has good fit and finish and sharp hooks. Hard to complain.
Pros-Less bulky than the its big brothers while being as simple to operate. I prefer this as I live in OH and we just don't have the monsters that they have down south. -Less expensive than other WPs -Good F&F -Consistent action
Cons-None
1 Question & 1 Answer
Dave
from Las Vegas NV asked:
September 25, 2014
Do you have the baby whopper ploppers yet? Dave
1 Answers
No Dave, we do not have them yet.
Customer Service
on September 27, 2014

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