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Betts 18-Piece Popper/Fly Assortment

   

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Loaded with 18 of Betts®' most deadly poppers and flies, each piece in this outstanding assortment sports water penetrating colors, pulsating hand-tied hackle or high-action round rubber legs and very enticing body styles. The assortment included three Ants, three Bees, three Sponge Spiders and nine assorted Poppers all organized in a reusable plastic box.

  • Highly visible colors
  • Pulsating, hand-tied hackle
  • High-action rubber legs
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Very good value These flies are awsome for trout, sunnies, and small bass. April 12, 2008
great fun used alot of these while trout fishing and had a blast. some of these are fish magnets and some didnt even get a bite. i think its a great starter kit and well worth the money. August 9, 2010
Nice assortmant of bass poppers Great flies at a great price. These flies are made of high quality material, and simply put, they catch fish. May 16, 2008
fly poppers this is a very nice assortment for pan fish for the price very nice May 13, 2009
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I am new to fly fishing and want to catch largemouth bass and bluegill in ponds. What are some good flies and good colors? Since I am new, can you tell me also with the flies you list how to work or retrieve the flie?
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i HAVE LIVED MY WHOLE LIFE IN THE ATLANTA AREA AND IT IS HARD TO BEAT A FROG COLOR FOR BASS. LOOK FOR FLIES WITH GREEN, BLACK, ORANGE, RED,YELLOW AND BROWN OR ANY COMBO OF THESE. CAST TO A SPOT AND LET THE RIPPLES FADE AWAY(16 SECS). THEN GIVE A QUICK SHORT STRIP ON THE LINE. LET IT SIT THEN TWO STRIPS. IN BETWEEN SEQUENCES WAIT 3-4 SECS. VARY YOUR STRIPS BTWEEN 1AND 3 STRIPS KEEPING ROD TIP LOW. WHEN YOU GET A STRIKE BE PATIENT YOU HAVE TO WAIT TO FEEL THE FISH. PATIENCE JUST LIKE FISHING FOR SOME SALT WATER SPECIES. FOR SOME MORE FUN TRY A JOINTED RAPALA USING SAME TECHNIQUES WITH A SPINNING REEL.FARM POND BASS CANT STAND IT.
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just get a small variety of dry flies
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