Saltwater Fly Fishing Poppers
Saltwater Fly Fishing Popper in-stock, no sales tax - ship free over $50.
|"In-Shore" Poppers are designed to act like wounded or escaping bait fish.
When retrieved with authority, they make lots of ruckus. Each of these
poppers are equipped with an interior rattle, which adds to the sonic
attraction. The cup face moves a lot of water for maximum commotion. The
thick epoxy coating adds durability and extreme good looks. In-Shore Poppers ride low in the
water for maximum disturbance and visibility to fish. They may be fished
with either floating or sinking lines. These poppers are fairly easy to pick up for a re-cast. They are big-fish flies for
Large Mouth Bass, Stripers, Dorado, Jacks, Trevalle, and any kind of large
peditor fish that hunts by sound and eats other fish.
|#2/0 -9/16"x 4 1/2" Bloodshot baby dorado color. A good pattern for adult dorado,
jacks and any specie that eats baby dorados.
Fishing on the surface is the most classic style of fly
fishing. Popper fishing is about as close to dry fly fishing as the
saltwater angler is going to get. There is no doubt in the thrill of
seeing a trout come to the surface and sip a dry fly from the surface of a
clear stream. However, watching a forty pound dorado slash to the
surface, crush your popper, and then extract many hundreds of feet of
backing from your screaming reel is an event hard to accurately describe.
Popper fishing is a game that every saltwater angler ought to be prepared
Fly Fishing Shop, Welches, OR
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