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Bett's® Bass Bug Popper Kit contains enough ammo for a full morning of bass-slammin' topwater action. With six Bass Bug Poppers in some of the deadliest colors, bass anglers are going to have a blast tempting topwater bass with this assortment. Proven popping action, premium sealed paint finishes, and super-sharp hooks make this Bass Bug Popper selection perfect for the serious topwater bass angler.
Enough ammo for a full morning of bass-slammin' top water action
Hook up floaters
So far so good. The cool thing is that they float hook up. I fished for three hours in a very weedy pond and they seldom snagged.
July 4, 2011
Super Bass Bugs
Bett's bugs were just the thing for big bass last week, The big bugs attracted many strikes and of course smaller fish were not to be seen. The bugs were easy to pop attract the fish. Good luck to all that try.
May 23, 2011
best lure purchase
These poppers are very high quality with very vibrant colors. Action on water was excellent
January 27, 2011
gotta love these poppers, tie em on and cast around structure like lillies and youl be catchin bass all day, great to have in your fly presentation and always exhilirating to see a fish nail your topwater.
November 21, 2010
Yes they will work with a #5 rod. I use them with a #5 rod and have no problems. Take your time and be smooth with your casts. Smoothness and rythym will help you cast farther that trying to sling it. Tie them on with a loop knot so they will right itself if it lands upside down. Pop it along once every 15 or so seconds. Its important to leave it still so the fish can approach it. Hope this helps.
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