Lobina Lures Rico®

   

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Lightning Shad

Lightning Shad

2-3/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
RC-515

Tennessee Shad

Tennessee Shad

2-3/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
RC-516

Absolute

Absolute

2-3/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
RC-519

Fry

Fry

2-3/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
RC-522

Cisco

Cisco

2-3/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
RC-523

Albino

Albino

2-3/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
RC-534

Volt

Volt

2-3/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Model:
RC-563
The Rico® popper from Lobina Lures is one of the top baits on tour and is made to Rick Clunn's specifications. The perfectly tuned cup face creates the ultimate popping-and-bobbing action; the handlaid foil finish, feathered trailer and quality Gamakatsu® trebles are simply the best to be found anywhere. Length: 2-3/8". Weight: 1/4 oz.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Lure in my tackle box Yes it is pricey... But I would buy 1 Rico over 5 other brands. The action the cup gives on the pops is unmatched. No joke I caught 2 bass on my first two casts. I have also had Bluegill and Crappie hit this lure because it is so lifelike. October 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rico is top of the line. $$$ Have not used it yet. But I know how they work. One of the best top water lures. July 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by it's the bomb best lure ever made i have been fishing with this lure for years and i turn so many of my freinds on to this lure i take this lure for state to state and it catches fish ever where it is so easy to use. June 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by My most successful popper of Jul 2012 Used Tennessee Shad color Rico popper for catching bass and pike on Dogtooth lake (Ontario) in Jul 2012. Every second cast had a fish on the hook. Was very satisfied with this popper performance. Then lost it in weeds and had to use other poppers - drastic decrease in catch rates. Need to get one or two of these poppers again. If only they were not so expensive. Definetely recomending. June 4, 2013
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For clear water use clear lure with chartreuse feather on back hook.
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tennessee shad for clear
black for murky
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Match the hatch. What do the fish in the water your fishing eat? That's the color for clear water. I like the bass fry color in clear to slightly stained when fishing for LM bass. I wouldn't be afraid to throw bright colors if smallies are the target. I don't use this lure in murky or muddy water.
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Use a palomar knot on braided line. Braided line floats and gives better hook set. Around heavy grass it is necessary.
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I fish them on 10-15 lb mono. Depending on the conditions, I tie it straight to the lure, or if catching larger fish or in more cover, I may add a swivel above a leader...
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I tie it directly with a palomar knot, and then try to keep the knot at the bottom of the lure's ring. Helps it to skip a little better if you do that. Monofilament is my line choice. Flourocarbon sinks, and that would pull down the front of the lure.
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Fishermans knot with a little tag, pulled tight to the bottom of the eye. Mono 10lb because it floats.
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tie a clinch knot direckley to lure useing 10 to 12 lbs monofiliment line
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I use a palomar knot on flourocarbon 12 lb test.
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I prefer mono for most hardbait topwater situations. Try the Rapala Knot tied directly to the nose ring of the popper. Just Google the term "Rapala Knot"...you'll find it.
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