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Rebel Teeny Pop-R Popper Review

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Rebel Teeny Pop-R 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 2″ (1/8 ounce) size.

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Product Specifications

One of the best producing topwater poppers of all time is the Rebel Pop-R series.  Rebel took their success with the standard sized Pop-R’s and downsized them specifically for ultralight anglers.  The Teeny Pop-R series of topwater poppers are the perfect size for 2lb and 4lb test line and feature the same excellent action of their larger cousins.  Each Teeny Pop-R comes with a dressed rear treble hook and hyper light attracting strands of glitter flash in the tail to add a little more excitement.  The lure produces just the right amount of spitting, popping, and chugging action to attract heavy hitting strikes from even the most lethargic of fish in your local waters.

Colors Available

When it comes to the Teeny Pop-R topwaters simple is the name of the game.  This includes the amount of options available for color combinations.  Each Teeny Pop-R is available in 6 main colors to represent various baitfish and forage species that larger gamefish love to eat.  You can get them in the standard Silver with a Black Back (Minnow) or Silver with a Blue Back (Shad) colors, or in Baby Bass and Tennessee Shad colors.  The Foxy Momma and Foxy Shad colors are perfect for stained waters.

How To Work Rebel Teeny Pop-R Poppers

When you cast out the Rebel Teeny Pop-R you want to allow it to sit for an extended period of time, up to 30 seconds or longer.  This will give the fish plenty of time to scope it out before you start your retrieve.  As you begin the retrieve you will want to give it a small twitch or pop, and wait for the strike.  If you don’t get hit, allow the rings to disappear and then try the same retrieve again.  You can vary up your series of pops and twitches until you figure out what the fish are looking for.

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