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Just picked up three new bait. The Strikeking Crankbait 4s, 5 inch pumpkinseed senkos, and a Rebel  Pop-r. I have heard nothing but good from these lures. If you have any experiences let me know! Thanks

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55 minutes ago, Outdoor Zack said:

Can't go wrong with any of em

I'll post how I do with them soon!

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caught many bass on the strike king cranks, i prefer a shad pattern/ color and a smaller size, alot easier to get bass to hit that small crankbait rather than a big bulky one,

senkos are good but over priced, for this reason i buy the yum dinger.

rebel pop-r is a great popper and poppers are my favorite topwater lure.

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Ive caught several 5+ LMB and SMB on the Pop-R.  For the squarebill, I swear by gizzard shad color in the 1.5, If youre in a boat/on a dock give the 3xd a try! As for the senko, they are legendary for a reason. If  you can afford the GYCB, do it. When they rip, turn it into a NED rig and keep on catching! 

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You can also Texas rig the senkos, use them as a wacky work, and then make them a bed rig bait

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13 hours ago, Cheesefrank said:

I got my pb on a rebel pop r  

I bet that was exciting. 

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Pop-r is a winner. 3 pops and a pause. Boom

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OnI recently picked up some new lures which people suggested and I have always heard the Jackall Popper which is $15 is really good. I have a box full of topwater lures jammed full of all brands, I use the Sebile Splasher, R2 Sea, Heddon, Duo, Yo-zuri's, Zell Pops, but after using the Jackall pop Grande without any success the last 2 times I hit the local ponds, I naturally grabbed the trusted Rebel in standard size, caught a few right away in the same spots, then switched to the Magnum saltwater version and picked up 2 good fish.

Last evening walking my dog, threw the Jackall for about 15 casts, had one fish, different pond, tons of smaller fish, put on a Rebel in similar size and color, had probably 3 fish in 8-10 casts. I don't know why, but the Rebel almost always works best for me when it comes to poppers. I also like the tiny one in clear/blue head. I add a better treble to the smaller ones if using more than 10lb test, but I have no need to pay top dollar for a popper again other than the Duo 64 which is just a good lure, same with the Sebile splasher with the colors and design, Owner Stingers, plus that scale effect inside just works some days, I fish the smaller version and the big 128 but I almost always gravitate toward a Rebel topwater, even the T10-T20 Walkers have replaced many lures for me. Price and pretty paint are not always the answer, I will keep trying the Jackall, but we give a popper the action, not the lure. Rebel has a sound that is hard to replicate I guess. Lead rattle maybe?

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16 hours ago, Yeajray231 said:

It's got the Billy idol. That rebel yell ?

The Rebel Yell. I am stealing that.....that is good stuff. 

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On August 24, 2016 at 0:58 PM, CrustyMono said:

You can also Texas rig the senkos, use them as a wacky work, and then make them a bed rig bait

Last time I was out I Texas rigged a senko and scored a smallmouth. Small but good for the spot I was at.

On August 24, 2016 at 0:17 PM, GORDO said:

Ive caught several 5+ LMB and SMB on the Pop-R.  For the squarebill, I swear by gizzard shad color in the 1.5, If youre in a boat/on a dock give the 3xd a try! As for the senko, they are legendary for a reason. If  you can afford the GYCB, do it. When they rip, turn it into a NED rig and keep on catching! 

I'll try that out. And the only thing I heard bad about the Popr was how easy the hook bends. I tested it out and I put little force on the hook and it started to bend. I just need to replace it and I should be set!

On August 23, 2016 at 9:13 PM, hunterPRO1 said:

caught many bass on the strike king cranks, i prefer a shad pattern/ color and a smaller size, alot easier to get bass to hit that small crankbait rather than a big bulky one,

senkos are good but over priced, for this reason i buy the yum dinger.

rebel pop-r is a great popper and poppers are my favorite topwater lure.

Ya I was looking for a smaller size but couldn't find any. I wasn't really lure shopping so I just took a quick look and got what I saw. All the reviews are good for the crankbait so I'll try it out. I haven't had any time at all to get out.

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Pop-R my very first successful topwater lure. Taught the boys how to use them.

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