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Arbogast Hula Popper Review

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Arbogast Hula Poppers for Ultralight Fishing – Recommended for Ultralight Fishing because of Quality, Performance, and Value.

– Retail price is about $6. You may be able to get a lower price on eBay.

– For ultralight fishing, use the 1-3/4″ (1/4 ounce) size.

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Product Specifications

The Arbogast Hula Popper is one of the most consistent producing big bass baits of all time.  Arbogast took their knowledge gained from the successful larger Hula Popper and started producing an ultralight model for light line enthusiasts.  The 1-3/4” 1/4oz model is perfect for 2lb and 4lb test lines.  The design of the Hula Popper features a concave mouth that creates a loud popping sound with a bubble trail following behind, giving fish a road map to their target.  When you let the lure sit the hula skirt dances in a seductive manner, often times attracting strikes without having to move the lure.

Colors Available

Arbogast’s Hula Poppers come in 3 standard colors that have been proven to catch fish for more than 30 years.  You can get the standard Black color for low light situations, such as overcast days, or night fishing.  When you’re fishing clear water or hear frogs chirping around the water’s edge you can get the Frog Pattern to consistently produce.  If you notice the fish feeding on larger bait and gamefish you can break out the Perch pattern and start working it enticingly along the water’s surface.

How To Work Arbogast Hula Poppers

If you think you’re working the Hula Popper slow enough you want to slow down even more.  Fishing the Hula Popper slow just gives you more opportunities for the hula skirted design to work its magic, attracting large hits from the depths of the water.  Cast it out and give it a slight twitch then let it sit, slowly working it back to the boat.

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