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Small Easy-Casting Topwaters??

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I'm looking for a small (1.75"-2.5") topwater lure that can be casted a good distance.

Anyone have any recommendations?

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Zara Puppy.

This might be the most productive topwater lure you will ever fish,

but it's a "numbers" lure. I have never caught anything big on the

Puppy.

The color you want is the Black Shiner:

http://www.tackledirect.com/heddon-zara-spook-puppy-lures.html

8-)

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storm chug bug for the win!!!!

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Can't beat a Tiny Torpedo or a Crazy Shad.

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All great suggestions.  I'm a fan of the Zara Puppy.  Another suggeston - a small Johnsons silver minnow with a 3" grub trailer.

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Heddon tiny torpedos, Rapala Skitterpop #5 and #7, and Rebel Pop R. Don't forget the Heddon Pop n' Image Jr. either.

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It's going to sound crazy... but for me, Bass Pro Shops XPS Pro Series poppers are the best top water poppers I've used.

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Xcalibur Popper for me, or a chug bug.

What they heck, buy all the suggested ones, and have a sweet topwater box...for all situations!

There are some cool lure listed.

Kinda amazing how we get pigeon holed into the baits we have confidence in.

What if...we tried another top water first, would we try all the others, or just stick with a select few?

HUM?

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Xcalibur Popper for me, or a chug bug.

What they heck, buy all the suggested ones, and have a sweet topwater box...for all situations!

There are some cool lure listed.

Kinda amazing how we get pigeon holed into the baits we have confidence in.

What if...we tried another top water first, would we try all the others, or just stick with a select few?

HUM?

Which ever one we put the most time in on will be our favorites.

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