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Old 05-30-2000, 11:35 AM
Nathan Smith Nathan Smith is offline
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Popper Usage

I have a couple of questions about using poppers and striper beavior. When is it more effective to use popers then subsurface bait imitations. Is it a funny issue or are there times when top water will actually bring more strikes?
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