The Best Popper Ever Invented?
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Choose from quantities of 12, 24, 36, or 48 in our most popular colors, Yellow, Chartreuse, White, and of course Black!
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Premium soft foam blockhead poppers make the best, lightest and easy to make poppers anywhere!
Currently one size is available - the best all around size for nearly all types of bass and other surface feeding fish, including saltwater.
This blockhead or wedge shaped body tracks straight and pushes water, attracting big fish to explode on them.
Guide Packs Only Available in size Medium, poppers are 9/16" by 7/16" at the biggest dimension and taper on both planes.
We recommend using a kink shanked hook, prewrapped with thread to add strength to the super or epoxy glue interface.
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We use Mustad 33903 size 4 for the medium size blockhead popper. DON'T FORGET HOOKs, BUY HERE!
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So far so good
I just made my first bass bug using the blockhead popper body. It worked perfectly and made a fine looking bug. I'll follow up after I fish it. I used a TMC 8089 hook, Tied a mono weed guard along the top of the shank and used Loctite Supergel to glue the body to the hook. I had been using foam cylinders and cutting them to shape. They work well but I expect these to be better. Thanks for a good product.
I very please with all the products
I have to says that they are more expensive than other company, but i had a ggod service, i still waiting for some B/O but i will reorder some of these products.
I have use a variety of poppers and these are by far the best I have used. Very light, very durable and easy to tie!
The Best Popper Ever?
I've used hair, wood, hard plastic and these foam poppers. These are the lightest and push water just great. Most importantly the bass have voted, and they absolutely love to eat them. The 10 degree front angle seems to be just right in pushing water and the flat face works very well. No real need for a cupped face in a popper design. They are a breeze to tie with the center line hole situated perfectly for optimal balance and tracking.