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Silver Black

Silver Black

2-1/2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Model:
P6001
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  • SKU: 253573

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Silver Blue

Silver Blue

2-1/2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Model:
P6003
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Bubble Gum

Bubble Gum

2-1/2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Model:
P60214
  • $6.49

  • SKU: 217104

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Ole' Bass

Ole' Bass

2-1/2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Model:
P6017
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Foxy Momma

Foxy Momma

2-1/2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Model:
P6077
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  • SKU: 1630552

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G-Fleck Rainbow G-Finish

G-Fleck Rainbow G-Finish

2-1/2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Model:
P60GF41
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Tennessee Shad

Tennessee Shad

2-1/2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Model:
P6048
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  • SKU: 253576

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Silver/Blue G-Finish

Silver/Blue G-Finish

2-1/2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Model:
P60G13
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  • SKU: 253580

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Foxy Shad

Foxy Shad

2-1/2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Model:
P6075
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Rebel's Pop-R is the standard by which all other topwater poppers have been judged for three decades. Each Pop-R features a dressed rear treble with hyper light-attracting strands of glitter filament for extra flash. The Pop-R produces the right amount of spit, pop and chug to attract strong strikes from the most lethargic fish.

Lure Specifications
  • Length: 2-1/2"
  • Weight: 1/4 oz.
  • Hooks: two #6 trebles
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 107 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by bad popper i was not satisfied with my rebel popper in my opinion stick with the arbogast hula popper thats worth 5 stars i caught 0 fish off this lure no matter how i worked it where i used it what speed i used it the hula popper is the way to go February 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Catches Fish! My girlfriend and I use this lure in the Ole' Bass pattern and we consistently catch bass on this thing, some of them upwards of 7lbs. Highly recommended if you want to catch a lunker! December 1, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Popper This bait has good poppin' action out of the box but to give it a little more action the sides of the mouth can be slightly shaved down and then repainted, bait is easy to work November 3, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by It's good but .... I do like this lure, and I know it catches fish. I don't have any problem with it's durability or hooks etc. the reason I gave it three stars, is that it doesn't really support a leader well, and where I fish, Pike and Muskie can easily show up and inhale this thing. Therefore without it being able to run a leader, you find yourself needing a lot more lures. This lure would be great in areas without large toothy fish. It's still good, just not very versatile compared to the Magnum September 24, 2013
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You don't always have to. Experiment, choose a cadence (a rhythm of popping) and see what the bass like. One of my favorites is pop-pop-pop-pause until rings stop-pop-pop-pop-pause until rings stop. Sometimes they will just go for pop-pause one second-pop-pause one second. The point is you have to experiment to see what the bass go for most.
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you dont. Depending on the time of year, and what is happening in the water...your retrieve can vary. If the water is calm, I do pop it a little slower...pop, pop, pop, wait 3 secs, pop pop pop, rinse and repeat. If the water is less glassy, I move it a little quicker. If the water is really cold...you HAVE to move it slower. Warmer water, move it faster. Just vary your retrieve until you find what produces for you.
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Basically because the initial pop of the lure hitting the water will spook the fish. That and you are trying to mimic a bug or fish dying so it attracts them to a quick meal so to speak. Sometimes I do not wait on the rings to completely clear but you are supposed to because topwater fishing is a patient thing to do. I usually pop it twice and let it sit. I use the foxy shad color for my lake.
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If you mean rings as in a fish touching the surface you don't have to just throw the lure past the rings and a little off to the side and work the lure. If you mean rings as in the ones that the lure makes when it "pops" you don't have to its all about making the "pop" and getting the fish to notice the lure.
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you don't. you can start working it right away but often you'll get a hit when it first lands, so waiting for the rings to go away forces you to wait a while.
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or are there a couple of very good colors?
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Decide what kind of forage that you are trying to mimic. If a shad, choose a shad color. If a frog, choose a frog color. It's sometimes that easy. My favorite color combo is a chrome black back pop r with a red feather tail.
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I use anything shad color or firetiger. Those are the two best colors in my opinion to use and I have always caught bass with those 2 colors.
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Silver and black. The old tried and true color
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I have had the best luck with the Bass color. But it really depends on the water clairity at the time. My go to color is the baby bass though
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The old expression "Match the Hatch" is a standard in fishing. You need to experiment (and take notes) on what size and color of the lure; the weather conditions, water temperature, etc., when you catch your fish.

If you want a suggestion from someone who fishes these lures a lot, get a 1/4 ounce in a silver finish, you should catch something on it.
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pumpkin green
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VMC treble hooks with a red tail on the back. Use a number 2 or 4 hook so it ensures you hook the fish without them spitting it out. I hooked a big one and it ended up spitting it out after the brutal fight.
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The treble hooks that come with the lure work just fine. What I usually do is give the hooks some extra sharpening with a stone, and then color them red with a permanent magic marker. That should work just fine.
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I have heard of people switching out the hooks on these lures but I never have and have caught plenty of bass of all sizes.
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When you say weight I think you mean split shot. The point of a split shot is not to add weight to the lure for casting, but to suspend a lure a few inches off of the bottom. This is a top-water lure, and unless fished shallow will not reach anywhere close to the bottom. You want this lure to stay on top, not suspend. I will rarely use a split shot on any of my lures. No, don't add weight to this lure.
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No, it is made for topwater and if you are looking to cast farther. Use a bigger rod with a lighter line. I use a 7 ft rod med-heavy with an 8 lb test line. The lighter the line, the farther the cast but it is also easy to backlash too so be careful.
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no it only work above water and the weight wouldent help
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Nope. Throw it out there, give it a pop, then the treble goes into action. Simply reapeat.
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No. Nothing is needed. Make sure you don't use a swivel either. Just attach the line directly to the bait in the lip. Use a light braid (20-25 lbs max) or a lighter mono works good too.

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No weight! You want it to pop on top of the water.
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I would not. It is a top water bait.
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I typically cast out as far as possible and then let the rings settle before twitching it to make it pop. They way to twitch it the best is to pull straight up 90 degrees and then reel in the slack slowly and watch the bait ALWAYS. Sometimes the bass like to attack the lure when it is sitting still. I use a foxy shad color for my lakes but use something that matches your bait fish.
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Cast the lure. When it hits the water pause for 2-3 seconds. Do 2-4 small jerks with the rod tip down and pause 1-2 seconds. Do this and mix in a few larger jerks here and there. Only wrong way to fish these is to just reel it in.
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iv found the best way to fish the Popper is to cast it right up against cover and let it sit. giving slow twitches now and then helps draw them in when the water is murky. If the water is warmer and the fish are more active, a quicker retreive can be better for reaction strikes
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i just twitch twitch let it sit a little and keep doin that but dont always just do 2 twitches.
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i would say walk the dog but slowley and i found that right when the lure contacts the water is when they hit most often so pause for a few seconds i hope this helps
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I cast this into fish jumps and around the bank (afternoon and mornings). Cast it and let it sit still for a few seconds. Then I pop it a couple times and let sit again for a second and then repeat. Change up the size of the pop and the speed.

Good luck!

My Dad landed a couple of 8 lbs on this thing.
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I was using the skitter pop as my main popper until I lost it. Then I switched to this lure when I found it in my box. This lure is a little more durable since the skitter pop is made of wood, but the skitter pop proved better for me. Both worked well but the skitter pop slightly worked better than the pop r.
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Rebel hands down. The face design is perfect for loud splash and pops
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i like the skitter pop more gatta say
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In my honest opinion for the money this is better I own both and have caught almost just as many fish with this for half the cost of the skitter pop
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This lure is better for me
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MY PERSONAL FAVORITE IS THE CHUG BUG AND I FISH TOPWATERS ALOT.. BUT BETWEEN THOSE 2 I WOULD HAVE TO SAY THE SKITTER POP IS THE BETTER POPPER.
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I always use an improved clinch knot on everything I cast. This includes spinnerbaits, crankbaits, worms, etc.
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Fluoro the San Diego jam knot. Braid, co-polymer and mono, the improved clinch.
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Mine is the palomar knot
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Reverse Clinch
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