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If you had 10$ to spend, what would you recommend for a topwater? I have none, and would like to get my aresenal started. Also do you know if Wal-Mart carries the yamamoto Kreatures?

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x9236 by heddon

Did some reading on it and all it had was good reviews. Def keep an eye out for it. I liked the look of "black shiner", I guess the clear is that good though?

Any other suggestions?

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Check ***.com for the Optimum Popping Furbit.  I have 2 of them & I really think this will be a great lure in the next month.

I've been looking for a weedless popper that was heavy, this fits the bill.  It's 5/8 oz & cast great.

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my first pick would always be a spook i mean for most fishing ... id get 2or3 of the sway-back spooks ... they seem big but the bass just hammer them ...

ohh if you get a spook add a big o-ring to the line tie ,,, then tie your line to the o-ring ... you will get easy action this way .. i also picked the sway backs cause they walk the dog easy  :)

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Original Floating Rapala F7 size in silver or gold. For another $1 or 2 you can get two of them. They are easy to fish and are very productive.

Ronnie

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JITTERBUG !!!!!!!!!

Yup, THAT loud.  :)

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Thanks for all the replies.

Not sure which ones to choose. But looks like the spook is a definite.

The only store I have locally is Wal-Mart. So if they dont have any of them, I'll order a couple off the net.

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I'd get a Original Scumfrog, which is a hollow bodied frog. And With the money left over a Pop-r or any Pop-r look alike for that matter thats made by a "known" company.

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If you had 10$ to spend, what would you recommend for a topwater? I have none, and would like to get my aresenal started. Also do you know if Wal-Mart carries the yamamoto Kreatures?

JITTERBUG x3  and my local walmart carries senkos but no Kreatures.

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I picked up the super spook Jr ( in what I would consider white ) and the F7 rapala ( in silver ). Do you guys leave the small treble hooks on them, or switch them out? That is all that Wal-Mart had.

Also got the Strike King Jr buzzbait.

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My choice would be the Reaction Innovation Vixen.  It's alot like a spook but I think it's actually alot louder.  I seem to walk the dog easier with the vixen as well.  It might be a little higher than $10 though so if you want to stay lower than 10 bucks I'd go with the spook too.

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A jitterbug and a devil's horse

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I went out to the pond and tried out the super spook jr and the rapala. d**n that spook is big, but since this is my first time ever actually trying to use a topwater correctly, it seemed not to do what I expected. It had a "Z" motion to it.

First impression, might be a while before I catch one on this. But when I do, my guess is its gonna be a big one!

The Rapala on the other hand, did as I thought it would and looked like it was just a matter of time before a bass hit it.

First impression, I really like this one. Cant wait to get it out to some of the other ponds in the area.

The buzzbait does exactly what it says, d**n that thing just screams.

This is a great thread I believe and before I go out and get something next time, I will definetely come back here and try to get some more of what you guys have recommended.

Thanks guys and I'll keep you updated on what works for me. :)

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