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Fresh Water Fishing Discussion / Re: Whopper Plopper 90
« Last post by indiancreek1 on October 12, 2017, 09:09:45 AM »
These are the most popular colors for my area. I sell a lot of the powder and bone ones.
Available from BPS.


Loon


Bone


bluegil


I know it

IC1
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Everything Else / Re: photos
« Last post by indiancreek1 on October 12, 2017, 08:33:00 AM »
http://billdanceoutdoors.com/simplemachinesforum/index.php?topic=21440.0

Here is a link Gottafish had posted. Hope it helps!
IC1
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Everything Else / Re: worms blown up your line
« Last post by TennRiverRat on October 11, 2017, 10:22:51 PM »
Take a small swivel and put your line through one eye letting it hang there.
Tie you line to you hook.
Nose hook your worm than take the other end of the swivel an put it over the hook eye and slide it to the tip of your worm than finish TX rigN your worm.
You'll never have another worm go up your line.
The swivel doesn't affect the action of your worm at all.
This works great.

Fran
Great idea. Thanks for sharing.


TennRiverRat 8)
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Everything Else / Re: worms blown up your line
« Last post by BigFran-BassHunter on October 11, 2017, 08:47:38 AM »
My mistake.
You put the other end of the swivel over the hook POINT not the eye.  Sorry.

Fran
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Everything Else / photos
« Last post by virginiabass4492 on October 10, 2017, 02:15:26 PM »
can someone email me  with instructions on how to put photo's on here  in ( laymans )  turms lol  have never  done it befor and the photo is from an  android phone. feel free to e-mail it to me at  virginiabass4492@aol.com I don't now a lot of tect talk, that's why I said laymans  talk  or as simple as you can make it lol  ty.
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Fresh Water Fishing Discussion / Re: Whopper Plopper 90
« Last post by nimmor on October 09, 2017, 09:59:30 PM »
Had not heard of this one before so I googled it and I must say it looks like a fish catching lure.
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Fresh Water Fishing Discussion / Re: Whopper Plopper 90
« Last post by islandbass on October 05, 2017, 06:48:30 PM »
Thanks, Fran!

I have been "on the fence" about this lure, but the reports on these are starting to consider getting a couple.  I had about 15 minutes to spend fishing yesterday on the way to an appt. and I had a popper on and despite my gut telling me a topwater bite was in my future, all I got was a small hit from a silly blue gill.  It made at that very moment as I was leaving the lake would it had been different outcome if I had a whopper plopper. 

-ib
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Fresh Water Fishing Discussion / Re: Whopper Plopper 90
« Last post by indiancreek1 on October 03, 2017, 09:15:40 AM »
It is amazing the tail action this lure has. No wonder it is one of the top lures out there. Best top-water lure out there.
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Fresh Water Fishing Discussion / Re: Whopper Plopper 90
« Last post by Bill M on October 02, 2017, 04:02:58 PM »
Since it hit production it has been my top top-water, strikes are just violent as all heck, up north if it only gets a light suck down, hold on its a huge musky, for some reason they don't hit it as aggressively.
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Fresh Water Fishing Discussion / Re: Whopper Plopper 90
« Last post by BigFran-BassHunter on October 01, 2017, 10:04:05 AM »
I also have caught quite a few Bass on the Powder colored one too.
I like using a Dark and Light colored one. Depending on the day. Blue or cloudy.
I have Powder-Munky Butt-Loon.
Caught Bass on all three.
Fran
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