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Fly H2O Popper Kit

   

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This brilliant 12-piece Fly H2O™ Popper Kit contains every fly you'll need to consistently raise surface crashing predators. Stripers, jacks, reds and tuna beware!

  • Consistenty effective
  • Ideal for stripers, jacks, reds and tuna
  • Comprehensive assortment
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Good purchase I'm a rookie fly fisherwoman. We fish primarily for bass. Took the poppers out on the lake today and caught my two largest bass on a fly rod to date. One 4.5 and one 5lbs. Great fun. Good baits in my book. May 5, 2012
Nice 13 pounds Peacock Bass. Flie green whit orange belly its nice for the peacock bass. April 11, 2011
Love the crease flies Crease flies are excellent and very durable when fishing for toothy critters. The Blue & White crease fly has been the most effective top water fly I've ever used. The hooks could be a liitle sharper. November 25, 2009
Explosive I live in Georgia and have used these flies while fishing in a local river and the results can only be described as EXPLOSIVE! The bass would just CRUSH these flies. One hit it so hard he left the water and another actually made a big V in the water while attacking it. November 19, 2007
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I've got a White River 5/6 wt fly rod, are these poppers to big?
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they are aimed at reds, stripers, and blues, and inshore salt usage. the smaller flies like the crease would do great on a 6 wt, but the larger flies would be a bit of a stretch. unless you are an ultralight guy, I would get an 8 or even 9 wt. to flip these heavy wind-resistent flies around.
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