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Rebel CrickHopper Popper

   

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Yellow Black Back

Yellow Black Back

1-3/4"

3/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
10

Model:
P73434
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Firetiger

1-3/4"

3/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
10

Model:
P73432
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Rebel®'s CrickHopper Poppers™ are hard to beat when critters are in season. A simple rod twitch causes the ultralight, realistic CrickHopper to pop and dart on the surface, spitting water like a wounded bug. This enticing commotion draws big-time strikes from the most lethargic fish. Quality components and durable paint jobs mean you’ll fish these top water CricketHoppers for years to come. Great on light tackle.
1-3/4"; 3/16 oz.

Rebel® CrickHopper Popper™ 4.6 5 23 23
Love It I was using this at the lake a couple of days ago on an especially hot day, I got things ranging from a bass that was a pound or two to small bream. The colors on this product are great and i also really like the action and size. September 27, 2012
good for blue gill and crappie ive used this lure for a month its pretty good i usally catch alot of fish on the yellow version of the lure under trees in july its good buy it July 17, 2012
Poor Action When being reeled in it's like dragging a floating lump of something. Hardly any wiggle or other action. Completely different from the previous models I have used. An irritating waste of money. June 19, 2012
Works for us great I live on a 12 acre pond for some reason the bass tear this grasshopper up. We don't even have a grasshopper hatch yet. My 11 year old grandson Aiden picked it out and now we have 5 in the tackle box. Thanks bass pro!! June 14, 2012
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This may if fished in and around grass beds, especially when the carp are in rooting for insects to feed on. I would work the bait slowly in areas where you have found carp. Don't be suprised to pick off largemouth and big bluegill by going this route though.
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This can work for bass, big bluegill, and other Panfish. You use it by moving rod rod in pops. For me, I use very small pops and reeling in. it is a very good natural bait.

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I find that this lure does not ride properly in the water and many times lies on it side, instead of upright. I feel that this lure is trictly a warm water fishing lure, not for trout or carp but maybe for chad...
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Where do you use it? Thanks for your help.
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You use it about like you would other top water lures. I cast mine towards either cover or the shore and slowly pop it back towards you and then wait a second for a strike and do that all the way back to you. You can catch a lot of different species on it including Bass, Bream, Crappie, and i have even caught a Catfish on it
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Great top water bait for freshwater bass. The lure is designed to be twitched in a right to left motion (walking the dog)..I've found success in throwing it to ambush points. Let it set still for a full minute and begin the action...most hits (for me) are on the pause
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I use this lure during the months when insects are active, just cast it near overhangs and along edges. When it enters the water just let it sit for a good 15 seconds many hits will occur before you even move it as fish are looking up for insects to feed on. If after 15 seconds there is no hit, then slowly work the lure back with a pop, pop, pause. Let the pause last for a good 5 seconds or longer before repeating, they will blow up on it. I've caught bass and bluegill on this lure. Using this lure on ultralight gear is a blast.
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I do not know if the lure will actually fit in a small or midsized bluegills mouth but thy will strike at it and usually get hooked. The smallest bluegill that i have hooked on mine couldn't have been more then 2 or 3 inches
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yes with ease thats all i catch on it is blue gill and crappie
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It's about one and a half inches long, too large for a bluegill's mouth but very effective in catching them since they get hooked as they grab for it. I suggest buying the smallest version of this lure you can get.
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Yes, it is plenty small enough for that.
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The lure is the same body size as a Rebel Bighopper (1 3/4" & 3/16 oz). The hooks are size 10's each. Most panfish are trying to break apart anything that hits the water before they actually eat it. That being said, most of the bites you will get from bream on topwaters and micro cranks are going to be on the middle treble. These hooks are pretty sharp for such an inexpensive bait, so they will grab a bluegill if it takes a swipe at this bait.
The lure tends to roll on it's side, so I replace the back treble with a size 6 hook. It adds a little weight, pulls the tail of the lure down at rest and helps the lure sit more evenly at rest. This bigger back treble also does a better job of holding onto the occasional bass that will no doubt take a swipe at this little hopper. Hope this helps.
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yes, but you need big bluegill, or the smaller crickpopper.

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I personly dont think it will fit in a bluegills mouth. mabe a bull gill but not a average bluegill.
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With no problem. If something hits but doesnt hook up leave it still and a lot of times the bluegill will try a few more times and you will get him. The small treble hooks make it easier to catch the smaller fish plus the lure itself is only about 1 1/4" long. I posted a pic of a larger bluegill that fit the whole grasshopper in her mouth
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