The Little Stinker Pop-Up Fish-A-Noodle™ is a fun, easy and effective way to catch fish in almost any type of water. Simply tie your baited rig to the eyelet on the end of the floating Pop-Up Fish-A-Noodle, drop the Fish-A-Noodle in the water on its side and sit back and relax until a fish takes the bait. Once the Fish-A-Noodle pops straight up, you’ve got a fish on! For fishing tips and instruction they are located on the inside of the product sleeve.
Note: Some states require floats used for jug fishing to be white, check your state regulations before using.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ken70 Great Product
I tried this product over a months time on the Lake of the Ozarks. Very easy to use! Works very well in rough water. Easy to see when fish is on. Suggest using 2lbs of weight or more for over night fishing.
October 10, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mefus Little Stinker Is A Winner
I love noodle fishing. I bought 16 Little Stinkers over a period of time and thoroughly enjoy them. The first night we tried them, we caught a 7+ lb catfish, and a huge alligator gar, and had one catfish break our line.
We rig them with 130 lb. test line and wire leader. Also, we use reflector tape with our name and contact number on it. Buy you some ....cause you will have a big time for sure :)
August 13, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Negmdlr Lots of fun!
How simple and fun is it to catch catfish with these? The nephews had a blast chasing catfish around the sandpit with these. Give them a try!
July 27, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Juggline It's a pop up.
Would greatly recommend this to anybody who wants to have a fun relaxing day out.
Recommended use: Rig some 30lb spiderwire with a size 2 hook, throw on a 1oz weight some cutbait and enjoy chasing your catch. Catch catfish with this all day long, they are sturdy enough to use over and over, i've had mine for three years, still using the same 12 I first purchased, also, for jugging use, recommend searching state laws for marking your floats. I had some business cards made up then laminated that I clip on the top for marking my floats. You don't want these floating away with your catch and somebody claiming it. Buy
March 8, 2011