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Chitown-Angler

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Post Posted: 12:12pm - Apr 2,16 
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Just wondering whats everyone favoritw topwater lure?

here is the list of some of my favorites.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cajxGJmbgag

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Post Posted: 03:38pm - Apr 2,16 
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Rapala F9 and J9 in gold ... caught my personal biggest lmb on a F9 in gold . also got it stuck in my finger really bad one day. Treble hooks can be can be a headache at times

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Post Posted: 05:27pm - Apr 2,16 
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Sammy, Zara Spook, Spit 'N Image

War Eagle Buzzbait

Rage Tail Shad

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Post Posted: 08:16pm - Apr 2,16 
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Moss boss, blue fox weedless buzzbait, spro frog

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Post Posted: 06:22am - Apr 3,16 
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H.C. baits topwater legend in frog color

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Post Posted: 09:21am - Apr 3,16 
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all great baits

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Post Posted: 01:07pm - Apr 3,16 
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Super spook jr. in the saltwater bone color. My go to on Egypt. It's hard to beat a Spro popping frog in the grass too.

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Post Posted: 04:44pm - Apr 3,16 
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siubassin wrote:
Super spook jr. in the saltwater bone color. My go to on Egypt. It's hard to beat a Spro popping frog in the grass too.


I just switch out the salt water hooks

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Post Posted: 05:12pm - Apr 3,16 
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The discussion should begin and end with the River2Sea Whopper Plopper... Size 90 and 130...

Great colors offered and the bait works effectively with a wide variety of presentation methods... It offers several key characteristics not seen on most other baits on the market at the moment...

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Post Posted: 08:50pm - Apr 3,16 
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Does the Whopper plopper really work as advertised?. My son has been talking about them but I didn't know if he was pulling my leg or not.

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Post Posted: 07:19pm - Apr 4,16 
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I believe they're worth it...

Very unique sound as they come through the water... Having the buoyancy of the body is also a key point... You can let the bait sit because of that...

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Post Posted: 08:42am - Apr 6,16 
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Any popper on a fly rod that matches the hatch. Can't beat a SMB or LMB rising to engulf one of those!

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Post Posted: 08:53am - Apr 9,16 
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I'm a huge whopper plopper fan. They just flat out catch fish. I typically only use the 130 size and have caught bass from 12"-20" and good numbers when the topwater bite is going.

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Post Posted: 11:02am - Apr 9,16 
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Okay, whopper plopped going in the box this year

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Post Posted: 07:58pm - Apr 10,16 
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Heddon Torpedo

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Post Posted: 06:03pm - Oct 3,16 
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Vixen as a search bait, megabass popx when I am fishing isolated spots.

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Post Posted: 06:05pm - Oct 3,16 
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Zoom horny toad in the weeds.

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Post Posted: 06:06pm - Oct 3,16 
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Black 1/4oz buzzbait.

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Post Posted: 06:12pm - Oct 3,16 
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Sometimes I just swim a Big 10 inch power worm on the surface...

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Post Posted: 06:19am - Oct 4,16 
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Chug bugs!!!!!

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