The floating lure will make a loud chugging sound when jerked through the water. The trailing skirt adds movement to the lure even when still, giving it a life like movement all on its own. Between the sound and visual, predator fish find this bait near irresistible!
This is a Fred Arbogast Hula Popper, frog color. Up for bid: the spinner says is one that i haven't seen and says redeyefly the other is a metal popper type spinning action lure. Never removed from package.
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I didn't know that the Hula Popper began as a fly popper, although I have a few that I got in Grandpa's voluminous tackle stash. In the last ad pictured in your post, I've caught lots of fish with the green and yellow Hula's, but never one with the red and white one. I've always done better with the Hula's on farm ponds,small lakes, rivers and creeks. Never on the big "bass lakes" in Texas like Lake Fork, Lake Livingston or Lake Conroe, although other topwater poppers in the same color do seem to produce on the big lakes.