Whopper Plopper

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juggernot
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Whopper Plopper

Post by juggernot » 22 Jul 2016, 19:34

I have one in each size and they cast/perform nicely, very strong hooks. I think the large one might be good for reaching out to schooling fish.
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Whopper Plopper

Post by BigTerp » 05 Oct 2016, 12:44

I picked up a 90 in the T1000 color last week. Fished it for the first time Sunday and an 18" smallmouth smashed it on about the 5th cast. I then proceeded to hook my boat seat 2 casts later and fouled up the rear hook. I have a new hook on the way and ordered a second 90 size in crystal minnow. I've never had much topwater success and the day I was using it the fishing sucked. At 18" and 2#13oz it ended up being my second biggest smallmouth ever. I've read so much about them i just had to pick one up. Only caught one fish on it but I'm a believer.

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Whopper Plopper

Post by jeffh129 » 01 Apr 2017, 09:49

This thread is several months old , but I just needed to comment on this lure. The Whopper Plopper works great for my son and me here in WI. It's become my "go to " top water bait.

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Whopper Plopper

Post by Jim » 01 Apr 2017, 10:13

Good to know! Its always one added to my list of lures to try.
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