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Tail weighted design tuned for maximum casting distance
Versatile, easy to use popping and walking action
Tapered back adds flash and surface disturbance
Subtle clicking sound to draw in fish
Equipped with sharp Fusion19™ hooks
Crafted to deliver exciting top water action, the Berkley® Bullet Pop combines versatility and proven popper action. It’s sleek tail weighted design provides excellent casting performance while the tapered back provides a flat surface for added flash. Not only does the Bullet Pop’s cupped mouth deliver a classic spit and surface swell but its unique balance allows anglers of all skill levels to easily walk it with near 180 degree turns with minimal movement. The Berkley® Bullet Pop is ideal for both covering open water and targeting cover.
Justin Lucas Pro Tip 60: Perfect for ponds and calm conditions when fish are targeting smaller bait.
Justin Lucas Pro Tip 70: All-purpose size and sound for a variety of situations. Keep a tight line for a spitting action and a semi-slack line for a popping and walking action.
Justin Lucas Pro Tip 80: Size and sound ideal for covering open water and targeting cover. Keep a tight line for a spitting action and a semi-slack line for a popping and walking action.
Rated 5 out of
Reel Bass Adventures from
Great popper. Works as well as those $20 poppersThe only modification I made to this lure was to remove split ring. Great for catching stubborn summer lunkers
Date published: 2020-06-29
Rated 5 out of
Lost me as a customer... Garbage!Bought this pop last year for $10 after my bag for jacked while on vacation and I needed to replace alot at a store with very little. Never got to try due to garbage components. Upon tightening the knot on #8 mono i didn't even feel a ping. I thought bad knot and go to re-tie only to find the swivel on the line and wire that held the swivel to lure broke. After looking at various lures I would be wary as many had what appeared to be the same cheap metal.