Top water lovers get ready for action. The Williamson Jet Popper with its large cup face and jet holes will create a loud "POP" and bubble trail that drives the fish crazy. A 200 lb. swivel connects line directly to the lure, allowing perfect rotation and reducing the chance of a thrown hook. It casts like a bullet, yet is very stable on the retrieve and easy to work. Superior construction enables you to fight the largest fish around. Pop 'till you drop!!!
I'm a beginner in the offshore fishing, but my friends with experience tell
me that the poppers are greats when we find a fish frenzy, with bait fish
and birds. Throw the popper into the spot and twitch, twitch, twitch, like
I bought that popper for practice this technique, I hope that works.
Im going to do some trolling with the rapalas and maybe some casting. The
poppers will be thrown to gt´s.
I will use them on my upcoming trip to Indonesia!
I will be fishing these Williamson poppers about 40-120 mile out in the gulf of
Mexico mainly for yellowfin tuna. Pull up to an oil rig and do a few drifts with the
current away from the rig. This will be at night where casting outside of the light
array from the boat will be critical. Then work the popper quickly back to the boat
hoping a huge tuna hits it on the way back in.
We usually use these poppers for kingfish (yellowtail) in Victoria in southern Aus
they love em! . I slow troll them until i find a school then cast into them. I will
be taking this lure and a few others to Sumatra in Indonesia to throw off the
beaches/reefs for small GTs etc.
The poppers I'll use both for King Fish in Victoria(Aust) and up in the Northern
Territory for big Trevally just generally with big bloops on the surface. The Yo
Zuris I will try on Barramundi up in the NT as well.
I chase Dorados in Argentina. Río Parana y Río Uruguay.