Arbogast® Hula Popper™, 1/4 - oz.

Item # WX2-200969

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Arbogast® Hula Popper™. Add some "POP" to your tackle box!

Nothing's more exciting than having a big bass explode under your lure! Hula Poppers are deadly when "popped" over submerged timber, weed or grass beds, giving every big fish within earshot a real wake-up call and you a fishing trip to remember! Variety of color choices!

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