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Rebel Crickhopper UL Popper Review

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Rebel Crickhopper Popper for Ultralight Fishing – Recommended for Ultralight Fishing because of Quality, Performance, and Value.

– Retail price is about $5. You may be able to get a lower price on eBay.

– For ultralight fishing, use the 1-3/4″ (3/16 ounce) size.

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Product Specifications

Rebel’s Crickhopper line of lures has made their way onto the ultralight scene with a bang.  Along with the Crickhopper crankbaits, the Crickhopper poppers are just as successful.  Rebel took their knowledge and expertise for topwater lures and implemented the same features into the Crickhopper Popper line of topwaters.  Each Crickhopper features a realistic design that mimics a gamefish’s favorite summertime forage species: a Cricket.  The oversized cupped face produces a loud, distinctive pop and gurgle, and creates a commotion that is irresistible to even the most neutral fish.  High quality components and paint jobs stands up to some of the heaviest hits you’ve ever felt.

Colors Available

You can find the Rebel Crickhopper Poppers in 4 distinct, proven fish catching colors.  If you are working clear water you want to go with the natural Yellow/Black Back color.  For slightly tinted and stained waters you can go with the Gold Pearl/Black Back color.  When the waters are stained, or the sun is up high above you it is best to go with the Firetiger or Green Chartreuse/Black Back colors.

How To Work Rebel Crickhopper Poppers

Patience is the name of the game with the Rebel Crickhopper Poppers.  When you cast the lure out onto the water you want to allow it to sit until the rings disappear.  Most times, this is when a strike is going to happen.  If you don’t get bit while you’re allowing it to sit, give it a small twitch and wait again.  If this fails, start your retrieve with a series of pops and pauses, waiting for the rings to disappear on the water before you start retrieving again.

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