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Old 09-08-2012, 03:55 PM
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gotta be the hula popper, they come in different sizes and even pan fish will hit the smaller ones.........Got a bunch of em in the tackle box
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Scum Frog, Tiny torpedo and Yo-zuri Mag popper
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i use a cricket
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White poppers here in Michigan. A bluegill every cast.
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Super Fluke off the bank and through grass/pads....
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Rebel Pop-R and Bagley Original Bang-O-Lure. Around here though, the alligator gars seem to like them more than the bass! Toothy sonofaguns!!!
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just a basic floating rebel minnow has always been my fishslayer

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I guess I'll go with a yellow Dave's Hopper if we can count flies

if not than zara spook
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Mine is Rapala's Skitter Pop - when you get that thing poppin' just right I dig the sound it makes and the Bass seem to as well


What is your favorite topwater lure?

I get called a liar when ever I go on about how versatile this lure is in all water for me from salt to fresh, but my all time favorite is the Zara spook done up like a rainbow trout. I love it deeply. Your skitter pop is my number 2 if I had to call it that, but really, its neck and neck between the two.

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i make my own, i will post pics lata, my dad showed me how to, he's been catching trout with them since the 80s
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Babe Oreno or a Lucky 13 both red and white.
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Black jiggerbug................
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Green Jitterbug or hula popper...............
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I have a old antique red and white mouse popper. Works like a charm every time.

BUT....when it gets snagged for some reason, I have to go swimming for it.
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the weedless frogs for weedy calm water. Poppers for open water.

Wrong thread, but in Lilly pads, I rarely miss with a carolina rig and plastic worm. I pin the bullet weight ahead of the worm about sixteen inches. When the bullet falls off a pad, and drags the worm straight down all natural like, they destroy it.

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Heddon's Dying Flutter and Crazy Crawler, with the latter accounting for most of the strikes between the two.
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The Original Rapala in different colors and sizes, I'll substitute the back treble hook with a skirted treble for better effect and action, it imitates a wounded minnow very well.
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Spook is incredible but so is any type of top water bait.Is there any thing better than a hit on top
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it kills me to see this bumped over and over through the cold winter - i wanna get back out on the water and fish!
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I like jiterbugs and Hula popers
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