With its concave mouth the Hula Popper creates a deep, throaty popping sound and bubble trail that has enticed aggressive strikes from all types of gamefish for decades. The hula skirt provides an extra measure of enticing flash and action. This lure should be fished in slow jerks giving the fish a chance to react to its unique sound and action and is an all time favorite for largemouth bass. It is one of the best lures you can use to pull fish out from under heavy cover to the surface. The slower you fish it, the further it will pull fish to the surface. The frog and coach dog patterns have been consistent fish producers when fished around all types of cover.
Model No. G730:
This is the smallest of all Hula Poppers weighing in at 3/16 of an ounce and carries a very small single #8 treble hook. Great for panfish and other small species and should be fished with ultra light gear and very small line. Great for lots of fish catching action.
Model No. G750:
This unique shaped popper weighs in at 5/8 of an ounce and is the all time favorite size used by people that use baitcasting gear. Its weight allows you to cast heavier line close to heavy cover without fear of a big fish breaking you off.
Model No. G760:
This Hula Popper has the same unique popping action and sound and is scaled down to 3/8 of an ounce and 2 inches long, and is designed to be fished with lighter action rods and line.
Model No. G770:
This ultra light size Hula Popper has been a favorite among fishermen fishing for smaller fish in farm ponds and small bodies of water and works best when fished early in the morning and late in the evening. It weighs 1/4 of an ounce and carries a single #5 treble hook.
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