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Rapala® Skitter Pop®

   

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Silver

2"

1/4 oz.

1

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Hook Size:
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Shad

Shad

2"

1/4 oz.

1

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6

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SP05SD
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Firetiger

Firetiger

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
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Hook Size:
6

Model:
SP05FT
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Frog

Frog

2"

1/4 oz.

1

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Hook Size:
6

Model:
SP05F
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Silver

Silver

2-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
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Hook Size:
5

Model:
SP07S
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Shad

Shad

2-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
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Hook Size:
5

Model:
SP07SD
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Firetiger

Firetiger

2-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
5

Model:
SP07FT
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Frog

Frog

2-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
5

Model:
SP07F
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The Rapala Skitter Pop is the first all-topwater lure ever introduced by Rapala lures. Effective from day one, the Skitter Pop features a unique cupped plastic lip which works to create the best spitting action of any topwater lure on the market. The Skitter Pop can be fished using a variety of methods, whether you walk the dog or twitch it, the results are always bone crushing strikes from an aggressive surface feeding bass.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 108 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Skitter pop is a gem "This is an excellent lure and my first time using it I caught a 7 lb bass in Georgia. I next used the lure back home fishing with my buddy and caught 6 bass one on almost every cast. I recommend this lure to everyone who likes top water bass action. My skitter pop needs to be rehooked as the bass are tearing up this lure unmercifully. Get one or get three. August 30, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Noisee quiet sneaky Excellent top water lure. Make noise or sneak it along like a frog swimming. A good night time shallow water lure. Consider upgrade to hook size. August 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by exellent lure This is an excellent lure i purchased and my first time using it i caught the biggest bass i have ever caught. i continued to used the lure throughout the day and caught bass on almost every cast. i reccomend this lure to everyone who intends to be bass fishing. January 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Bass Lure Took this lure to Sand Hollow Utah for some bass fishing. I was using a stop and go retrieve, and would switch to a steady retrieve. The bass would hit it when it was stopped or in constant motion. I've picked up2 other colors since. Definitely suggest having this in the box. July 20, 2013
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This probably has to do with how many they sell within a certain area of time. If they don't sell enough then they won't sell it at all. Or it's just to keep inventory size down.
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They used to, but I think Lucky Craft appears to be releasing some new colors so maybe it will be shortly added back to the inventory;

I don't know for sure... just a hunch.
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Can you use these in saltwater for trout and reds? If so what do you think would be the best color for those species of fish?
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The hardware is not made for salt water.
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I have seen people use them in tampa bay flats. Early morning, while the water is calm. I have seen it pull up snooks and reds. Im sure trout would hit them as well as mackerels also.
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not sure if it will work beacause you need calm water to make the pop.
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I am pretty sure you can use these in the saltwater. But I think that rapala acually makes a saltwater version of this lure which is especially designed for the type of fishing you do.
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they do have a saltwater they don't sell bass pro does not sell them
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i am fishing fairly clear water
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The shad color is best for me in clear water. One comes to a pack.
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Silver and Silver/Blue have worked the best for me. I fish very clear water.
They come 1 to a package.
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Only 1 is in the package and my favorite and most effective from my experience is the frog color. its brown with black marks. i fish just about every day of the week for a couple hours a day and i catch probably 20 bass a day with this thing!
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There is only 1 per package and fishing in North Carolina on Jordan, High Rock, Falls, and Shearon Harris, I have had great success early in the morning on a Chrome Colored Skitter Pop.
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As with almost all of Rapala products, this comes one to a package. This will work in any type of water provided you use the right color. Each color is dependent on the water clarity, forage, weather, and hatch. First, what color is the shad in your area? Match that hatch. Next, if the water is really clear, it means you need something that is a little more subtle (something that has too much flash will spook the fish). For the most part, I use a silver flashy one unless the water is really clear. You can match bluegill (if they are in your waters), Pumpkinseeds, Perch, Shad (silver/black), or any number of colors. My best bet for clear water would be something like a bluegill or pumpkinseed color. They are subtle and less flash. The other issue is that if the water is really clear and calm, the presentation becomes a lot more difficult. You will need to make notes on what is working with this one. In stained or murky waters, this is a great product. It also is used well in very early morning calm waters when the sun is just rising. Hope this helps.
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The size would depend on water conditions and what the bass are feeding on at the time. Try to match the size of the forage as closely as possible.
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The 2" is easier to pop. If water is quiet and little wind bass love this thing on surface. the 2 3/4 is harder to use.
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usualy you want to size your lure the to size of fish your after or atleast there mouth size.
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I tend to lean towards the smaller lures, especcially with topwaters. I fish in the upper midwest (illinois/wisconsin/michigan) though, so it may be worth trying something bigger down south. The reason I go with the smaller ones is because it does not discriminate against smaller fish, and the big ones will still hit it. This way, I just find myself catching more fish overall. When I say small, by the way, I mean like 1/4 oz. Nothing too tiny.
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Simply put, larger bait does catch larger fish. However, I caught a small crappie with the newer Heddon Spooks. I used to think small but now, I go with a larger bait and I still catch a good amount but catch larger sizes. Not only that, you can cast the larger bait further meaning more area to cover
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leave nothing but the tie loop and the clear popper cup. Has this been corrected?
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That is no longer an issue.
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iv been yanking this thing through thick weed beeds while on shore and its still holding true.
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I don't have problems with the new Skitter Pop ties. Most of the time I am using the 1/2 oz size of Skitter Pop which can be hard to find these days, but if you see the big ones load up on them. At least the bass in Michigan love the big 1/2 oz size. I even catch a lot of bass on the 1 7/8 oz Saltwater Skitter Pop.
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which would stand up to hitting a dock when cast, better
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The Rebel is tougher, but the two baits have very different actions and produce different sounds, so I buy both.
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this is so much stronger and it attracts more fish.
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this lure is way tougher
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In my opinion the Rapala Skitter Pop is way tougher. I am primarily a Smallmouth Bass fisherman and I fish constantly. I fish Lake Ontario and there are plenty of rocks, trees, docks and other debris near the shore and offshore for lures to bounce off of. I have used the Skitter Pops for years and found them to be the toughest top water plug out there. They hold there paint jobs well, and can stand up to the abuse that even the Northern Pike and their teeth can dish out.
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the skitter pop mine hit big rock and didnt get a scratch on it!!!
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The Rebel Pop-R and Skitterpop produce different actions and noises, so one may be better than the other in certain situations. I have a couple of both in my tackle box.
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this because it has better hooks and better quality.
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this definatley holds up alot better and comes with sharp hooks
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Too close to call...if the skitter pop was more durable it would be the best hands down.
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This would be better overall but cost wise the rebel pop-r performs just as good
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You want the Rapala Skitter Pop. It will catch you a lot more bass then any other popper. Fishing is what I do, and I have tried all kinds of lures. What I have found is when you get a lure that out does others of the same type, keep buying the good one. To me, it's worth spending a little more for a great lure because I fish all the time. If you have a limited amount to spend on fishing, spend it on quality lures like Rapala and you will catch more fish.
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I have caught more bass on the Rebel Pop-R, but that model has been around a lot longer. The Skitter Pop has different action and produces different sounds than other top water baits, and may be better for certain fishing situations. I keep a wide selection of top water poppers and such in my tackle box at all times. Bass will sometimes hit one type of popper and ignore others, depending upon water conditions, weather and feeding habits at the time.
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yes, i bought over $500 in new tackle as a gift to myself and this is now the only lure i will use on calm water
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definetly the best!
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No. That would be a pretty hard title to claim for any lure. The best topwater lure is the one that is working best for you in a given situation. It is one of my favorites but there are others that I like to use equally as much.
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Best fish producing popper but needs to be more durable
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Yes, it is I have had a lot of success on this bait. It is better then most other poppers because of the way the mouth is formed. If you look at it it has that plastic mouth to make it look bigger and with that it makes it chuck more water. I have had a lot of experience with this bait and I found that the more the water is chucked the more the fish react to it.

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ya i kinda feel that way now after i have cought a ton on it ths year
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It is by far the best popper; and depending on conditions, it can be the best surface lure in your box.
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I vary the retrieve speed and jerk/pause the bait. It spits and sputters according to how you work it. I use a more subtle approach on calm, quiet waters and get more aggressive on choppy or moving water. Also, stained or muddy water may require a bit more noise to get noticed, while too much of a ruckus in clear quiet water can spook the bass. Try different techniques on your favorite water and the bass will quickly let you know what they prefer.
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read the back of the rap box it comes it the best way to fish this is a wounded minnow action i recommend pulling your rod back a few times to "twitch or jerk" the bait rather then reeling it, i absolutly love this lure!
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pop it 5 small pops and then pause for 5 seconds
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Cast it out and take up the slack without moving the lure. Wait around 30 seconds or so and then start your retrieve by giving short little twitches that will produce a gurgling sound at the lure. Then stop. The do it again. You'll know by the sound if you're doing it right! Look on YouTube as well. There's great clips on how to fish this lure!
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Vary the timing and intensity of the pops and let the fish tell you the best way....sometimes the best way may change during the day or night.
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It can actually depend: If the fish are really active or on overcast and rainy( not poring rain but lighter rain) this bait is best fished with 3 pops with a one second pause and then again till you get to the boat or the shore the bass, pike, muskie or whatever you are fishing for will( if its there) want to hammer that bait.

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depends how the fish are striking. if there blowing up on the bait, splashing up out of the water, then you fish it fast. let it sit a second, then jerk the bait a good 8 to 10 times, let it sit another second, then jerk it another ten times, keep the bait moving.

if there sucking the bait down, just coming up underneath it and just opening there mouths, then the fish are pressured, so fish the bait slow. let it sit 8 to 10 seconds, then jerk the bait 1 to 2 times let it sit 10 more seconds, and repeath the process.

another way to tell if there pressured or not, is by looking at the hook in which they were caught. if there mouth is hooked with both treble hooks, there less pressured. if there only hooked by the back treble hook, there under lots more pressure, and are reluctant to hit the bait
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Two ways I fish it are: 3 jerks then a pause & 1 jerk then pause. You can also vary how long you pause the Rapala Skitter Pop. The pause is very important and usually when you get most hits.
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The Rebel Pop-R has stood the test of time, but different conditions dictate that we be flexible. I carry several different top water plugs in my tackle box at all times.
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this is the best popper ever!!
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well personally i used to use poppers and caught the most fish on th hula popper...... but the best topwater lure by far is the jitterbug... beats any popper by a longshot!
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Skitter pop
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I fish around rocks and wood. cast let sit till ripples disapear and pop a couple times and repeat be ready for an explosive hit
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The Hula Popper
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The Rapala Skitter Pop is absolutely the best all-round topwater popper, period. The lip helps it spit water very well creating action that other poppers can't match. When you fish poppers, make them spit water and bass will attack your Skitter Pop.
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