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Bett's® Trim™ Gim Popper

   

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The Bett's Trim Gim Popper's long slender bullet shaped cork body and high-action rubber legs generate more wiggle than a honey bee giving directions. Outstanding for bass and bream, the Trim Gim Popper's hackle fibers give this big-time wiggler a larger profile along with more seductive movements. The cork body with contrasting black dots and bright colors is cemented onto a Mustad® hook. Size 8.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bass love it! Within minutes of tying this popper on I had a bass! Unfortunately, my line broke and the bass got away with my popper. I headed back to basspro to pick up another and while using, that same bass examined the popper, with the old one stuck in his mouth!! I didn't catch him, YET, but got another bass. I've tried many flies but these poppers have produced the most results. They aren't the cheapest, but well worth the money. July 9, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by A real panfish popper I think this is a better popper for panfish than regular poppers because sense the head is thinner it fits in their small mouth's better. Which means better hook ups. The package says to use a 7-8 weight rod but thats over kill, i use a 5 weight rod. Although a good panfish popper i also catch bass on it to but i would not reccomend this for bass. July 25, 2009
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Fly rod 5-6 is the best
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depends on what you mean by "regular"...spinning rod light wt. 6 lb line, use a clear float about 4 to 6 feet ahead of the popper...fly rod is more fun and accurate
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I would recommend a 4, 5, or 6 weight forward line with a leader just short of your rod length. This is a fly fishing "bug" and is very light and air resistant; you will have to use a fly rod to cast the line and lay out the popper. Alternatively, you can use one of these with a bobber to add casting weight on a lightweight spinning outfit, but you will have better fishing results with the fly rod.

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