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River2Sea Whopper Plopper 90

River2Sea Whopper Plopper 90

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The River2Sea Whopper Plopper 90 is a hybrid topwater lure. The lure has a hard plastic body, and a soft, pliable tail that rotates on retrieve. Similar to the larger musky plopper, the tail rotation creates a fish attracting rumble. This is a faster rumble though and will often trigger takes when the slower rumble does not. Bass and pike fishermen will like this smaller 3 1/2' Whopper Plopper lure.

Key Features:

  • Multiple Color Combinations – This lure comes in 24 color combinations to give anglers multiple options for different fishing conditions.
  • Quality Hooks – Two #4 treble hooks are attached that are designed to withstand the mouths of big fish.
  • Roll Resistant – This lure is weighted and designed to stay upright even after being chewed on by multiple fish or damaged from collisions with rocks and branches.
Fishing type
Conventional
Lure type
Hard baits
Expert Q&A
Quick, accurate answers from Curated experts to the frequently asked questions
What rod is best for Whopper Plopper?
A 7 or 7 1/2 foot medium heavy to heavy rod is best for the 110mm Whopper Plopper. Use 14-17 pound monofilament (or 30 pound braid). For the 130, a 7 1/2 foot heavy rod or medium swimbait setup spooled with 50 pound braid or 20 pound mono works best.
Fly Fishing Expert Joseph SmithConventional Fishing Expert Danny Palmquist
by Joseph Smith on July 8, 2022 · view 1 other answer
Which Whopper Plopper is best for bass?
The Whopper Plopper is primarily used by musky fishermen but it will work on other species. The smaller 75 is 3 inches in length and is a good size for largemouth bass.
Fly Fishing Expert Joseph SmithConventional Fishing Expert Danny Palmquist
by Joseph Smith on July 8, 2022 · view 1 other answer
What size is a 90 Whopper Plopper?
What size is a 90 Whopper Plopper? The famous Whopper Plopper comes a wide range of sizes, from 190 all the way down to 60. The Whopper Plopper 90 weighs 1/2oz and is 3-1/2" long. The 90 is the next largest size up from the 75 and the next size down from the 110.
Conventional Fishing Expert Jay WallenFly Fishing Expert Joseph SmithConventional Fishing Expert Danny Palmquist
by Jay Wallen on July 6, 2022 · view 2 other answers
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Andrew Boyce
Andrew Boyce
Verified conventional fishing expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

This is the same lure I caught that 10 lb bass on, it is a mixture of lures; therefore, it can be fished in numerous ways making this ONE lure my favorite top water lure! Cast this guy out, let it sit for a couple minutes, then the technique is all you! Slow, fast, stop-and-go, popping, walking the dog, and many more!

Adam Fox
Adam Fox
Verified conventional fishing expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

This is a great topwater lure for big bass or anything that is hitting near the surface! The propeller-like tail of this lure makes an amazing surface presentation, and the profile is extremely life-like!

Danny Palmquist
Danny Palmquist
Verified conventional fishing expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

This is a great bait for topwater fishing in shallow water. The tail spins and causes a commotion which draws bass out from there hiding spots and triggers aggressive reaction strikes.

Michael Sw
Michael Sw
Verified conventional fishing expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

just cast& reel it past docks, stumps, weedlines& edes- the tail-prop gives a buzzbait-like action bass truly cannot resist if they're feeding at the surface!

Zack Butler
Zack Butler
Verified conventional fishing expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Early morning, or late evening, or any time the sky is heavily overcast, these things will catch fish and there's nothing more fun than a topwater blow up.