Popper Patterns

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Re: Popper Patterns

Postby Randingo » Sun Mar 12, 2017 11:37 pm

Rico in Lime Ice, especially around smallies. All the warm weather months. I often walk it or work it in quick bursts of 6-7 pops.
The Pop Max and Rio Rico are my choices for larger poppers.

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Re: Popper Patterns

Postby Basspastor » Sun Mar 19, 2017 2:07 pm

Last Fall, mid Oct to mid Nov, I got on a consistent bite on a River2Sea Bubble Walker on a weed flat that was holding fish from 53 down to 48 degree water temps. The colder water the bite became the last hour of sunlight until it got dark as long as there wasn't very much wind. I'm guessing the bite was probably there starting in late Sept. I didn't discover it until Oct. 17th. I didn't hook any true giants for MN, but got a lot of mid 3 to 4lbers.
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