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Arbogast® Hula Popper

   

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Leopard Frog

Leopard Frog

2-1/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
1

Max Diving Depth:
0'

Model:
G750-507

Cricket Frog

Cricket Frog

2-1/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
1

Max Diving Depth:
0'

Model:
G750-508

Bullfrog

Bullfrog

2-1/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
1

Max Diving Depth:
0'

Model:
G750-509

Black

Black

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
5

Model:
G770-02

Perch

Perch

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
5

Model:
G770-05

Frog/White Belly

Frog/White Belly

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
5

Model:
G770-06

Perch

Perch

2"

3/8 oz.

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Model:
G760-05

Frog/White Belly

Frog/White Belly

2"

3/8 oz.

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Model:
G760-06

Perch

Perch

2-1/4"

5/8 oz.

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
1

Model:
G750-05

Frog/White Belly

Frog/White Belly

2-1/4"

5/8 oz.

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
1

Model:
G750-06
  • Creates a loud, popping noise and a bubble trail
  • Seductive skirt
  • An all-time favorite for big bass
One of the most productive big bass baits of all time, the Hula Popper elicits bone crushing strikes. Its concave mouth creates loud popping sounds and a bubble trail, while the hula skirt offers a seductive bit of fish attracting flash. Can be plunked, popped, twitched, or jerked, and the slower you fish the Hula Popper, the more fish it pulls from cover to the surface.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 117 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Terrible!!!! The hooks are complete garbage on this lure and to be honest hook quality means a lot in a lure. The screw mount system makes changing the hooks out an absolute pain! That said, due to how tight the mount is to the body changing in to hooks that should fit doesn't always go as planned. Hooks often ship BENT in the package, especially the triple threat product line. I will never buy Arbogarst! Neither should you! June 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Topwater popper This bait is iconic in the bass community and quite frankly deserves the hype! Bass explode on this and its the coolest thing! If you dont own a popper or two your missing out!! April 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hula Popper Another classic must have for any bass fisherman. good variety of colours although nothing beats the classic leopard frog or black. If you are going to fish top water you should have at least 1 Hula Popper ! March 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by 40+ years of catching fish I have been catching Bass for many years and the Hula Popper is hands down a must have, go-to lure. There is nothing like a late Florida afternoon, a sun setting situation and you tie on your popper. Toss and let it sit a minute; give it a good pop followed by a few slow wiggles and POW. I have a beat up old 1960’s Hula Popper on my night stand just to remind me what’s important in life. October 15, 2013
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Where do you get new skirts

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I have 3 size hula poppers. Even a hula popper poping bug for my fly rod. I can not find the smaller skirts.
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in steed of a skirt i put rubber frog legs on mine and it works better then the skirt
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I know you can get skirts for the Hula Popper at Bass Pro Shops for the bigger Hula Popper and the medium size that will plug right on, but I to have a couple of the very tiny Hula Poppers and have not seen a skirt for them. Perhaps I should should look.
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When my skirts get worn and torn, I buy some Spinnerbait skirt material that matches the color of the popper, trim it to size, and affix it with super glue. To affix it just add a light bottom layer of glue to the bait and stick on the desired amount of skirt until it dries and adheres to the bait, then add another layer of glue on top of the skirt material. This should keep it on for a great while, you can even add a small size skirt collar on top of the top layer of glue, after it dries.
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I use lighter and brighter when it’s sunny and bright. When it gets late and darker my Hula Popper gets darker. I think the key is finding your action. It seems to me to be the trigger. Some waters want a lot of action and some slow and subtle.
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i use the bullfrog 2 inch and 3/8 ounce and it works in any condition
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Black and Coach-dog they never fail. Black being the predominant color by far.
3-8 oz up to 1/2 oz (if you can find them)
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It depends on what size bass you are looking to catch. The 3/8th oz size will catch lots of fish but I find that that size will often catch smaller bass. The 5/8th oz however, will catch large bass but wont catch as many bass as the 3/8th oz. If you're fishing in a lake with many large bass you should probably take the 5/8th oz to avoid bringing in the smaller bass.
My colour prefrence is the leapord frog but all of the frog patterns work well.

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I have all sizes and colors with the Hula Popper. All of them are very good to use, but go with a larger size to catch the larger fish.
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3/8 in black always!
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the size sometimes may not matter bass are a gressive they sometimes go for all sizes. i live in stockton cali and the colors that work best are blk and blue also red or chartruse.
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the black one works really well at night. my friend in Texas has caught several during the day on the black one that i sent her, as well.
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I use it on a 14lb test spinning reel.
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i would recommend using braid so the hooks don't get tangled in the line as easy just my personal preference
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i cast my popper out there and i real in slowly then twitch and let it sit for 10 seconds and then real again followed by a couple twitches and sit, just continue the process
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When you cast out wait till waves clear out then pop a couple times stop for about 3 or 4 secs. then repeat
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Just throw it along the lines of weed beds, bass beds in the spawn, along or between spread out lilly pads, or just out in shallow water. Pop it along so that it looks as though it is spitting water up.
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Use your rod tip to twitch your line to get a nice sounding "pop" and you have it mastered. Hang on tight and good fishin'.
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It might be a bit heavy of a line for a top water unless you are using flourocarbon. Generally fish it around rip rap and other sorts of cover. Give it a pop or two and then let sit shortly. Change up the pattern of the pops so to make it look more sparatic.
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i would recomend the river2sea bublle pop88.
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Arbogast™ "Hula Popper, Heddon™ "Lucky 13" some of my favorites
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Spro makes a soft bodied weedless frog with a mouth like a popper that may be what you're looking for.
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I recommend the Hula Popper or the Rebel Magnum colors vary try to match it up to environment of where you fish.
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The 5/8 oz Arbo Hula is the biggest I've seen. If you're looking for more sound and action it might be you just need to vary your retrieve more.
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BASS ORENO best top water you can buy that from bass pro shop
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Nope, you gotta have a skirt. Letting that lure set for several minutes after your cast, while the skirt actually moves in the water as a added attractant. Its part of the attraction of this lure.
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i always fish with the skirt on, it helps attract the fish
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Yes it does

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Better sound
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Less striking because of appearance
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I'm sure it does, bass will eat anything.
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not really. It's like a tail on a kite. But you can buy just skirts.
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I use these almost exclusively as my go to topwater lure. I have never used it without the skirt but I think you could. The skirt adds motion to the sound, a combination that appeals to bass (and many others!). Having said that, the lure will still float and "pop" without the skirt, you just won't have the movement. Now you've got me curious, I'm going to try it!
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Yes, I lost my popper last year while teaching my daughter how to use it. It was so old the skirt was worn off.

Bass didnt seem to mind as it jumped out of the water and made off with it. I was so upset I had it for over 10 years.

Purchased a new one and it is so fun.
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Yes, it will. It's a lot less weedless, but I have skirted and unskirted, and they both get'er done.
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Yes it will work without the skirt, but you will have to work it more like a Pop-R. The key to the skirt is you can let the bait just sit and the skirt still moves.
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it could work maybe not as well though
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