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Still one of my favorite "night" topwater lures.

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I threw one last night and for the first time in as long as I can remember I didn't get a single blow up.  The noise they make and the associated toilet bowl flush is one of my favorite things to have happen while fishing.

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I still use a Musky Jitterbug at night. I don't catch many, but usually it is a very good fish.

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12 minutes ago, riverat said:

I still use a Musky Jitterbug at night. I don't catch many, but usually it is a very good fish.

I the 80's   Bassmaster had an article about the Musky jitterug and how it was a great nighttime big bass lure . I bought one and never caught a bass on it . I have heard several explosions but they may have been spooked carp .

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I have a small black one, a jointed white one and a Hula Popper. I admit I rarely use them. I did catch a nice bass on the HP a couple summers ago.

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That exact model and color has nearly given me heart attacks from massive top water strikes on hot, summer nights. Gurgle, gurgle, gurgle.... pause...BOOM!!!!!

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That is my best topwater. Second is a pop-r. 

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It's all cool until a huge owl picks it up and gets hooked in the foot, takes off and breaks your rod, trust me.

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Jitterbug was catching bass for me 50+ years ago and still works now.

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