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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 Mustadreg; hook. Size 8.

Bett's® Trim™ Gim Popper 4.8 5 5 5
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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