Optimum Poppin' Furbit is a weedless popper that can be thrown into the densest
cover and thickest grass where it will remain snagless. With any other popper,
you'll be sorry if you even come close to a blade of grass or a twig. That's
because most popping lures have exposed treble hooks and they catch instantly on
any little thing. That's no fun. Most poppers cannot be thrown in or around
heavy cover or grass.
not the Poppin' Furbit! It's designed to get into the nastiest snags and
thickest slop possible and to pop its way out of there... if it can make it back
before a hungry bass hammers it!
5/8 oz, the aerodynamic Poppin' Furbit casts like a dream, splats down loudly
and thanks to the belly weight molded onto the hook shank, it never lands upside
down. It's balanced to float high on the surface. It sits practically level with
its big bowl-shaped mouth always poised to scoop up and splatter a ton of water
in an attention-getting explosion.
yes, but the new Poppin' Furbit is heavily armed with an Owner super sharp 6/0
double hook. A bulge molded in the body shape protects the hook from snags, but
the hollow body collapses easily out of the way when a big bass chomps down on
the Poppin' Furbit.
are not only exciting for an angler to use, but the noise and commotion of a
popper can be highly excitable to bass as well!
angler can use the splashing sound of the Poppin' Furbit to excite and call bass
in, much like a hunter can use a turkey call or scrape old antlers together to
make sounds that excite and call in birds or bucks.
thick cover with limited visibility, the Poppin' Furbit sends out the right
signals. The sound and splash of the Poppin' Furbit brings fish up from their
hidden lairs deep in the grass and dense cover, and when they see the whipping
action of the rabbit fur tail, they bite.
this works is simple. You pop the Furbit to make an attractive sound. The
dished face sprays water out to the sides. The Poppin' Furbit moves forward into
the sprayed area, which helps obscure it from view. The Furbit also pushes a
wake off its sides as it moves forward, further obscuring it.
there's the pause after the splash. Perhaps only for a split-second, but
sometimes longer. In the pause as the commotion settles down, that slinky rabbit
hair tail works its magic, fluttering and twisting, hairs pulsing open and
closed, and practically breathing. Any
bass that had been called over by the splash now sees that rippling rabbit hair
tail coiling and uncoiling, and blasts it!
if that wasn't enough, the Poppin' Furbit comes with a ball bearing swivel and
spinner blade to add flash, vibration and action. These are all good things to
have in a bass lure. Whether it's the loud splash of the Poppin' Furbit or the
rippling, breathing action of the trailing rabbit fur tail or the flash and
wobble of the attached blade, the Poppin' Furbit is perfect right out of the
package. Just add water... and pop loudly in the densest cover or thickest grass
where the big ones lounge.
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