Poppers recommended for Giant Trevally fishing!! Let us know your favourites!!


www.reefari.com Here’s a few poppers which we recommend giving a try for Giant trevally, not all by or means and we have a few more up our sleeves which will feature down the track, In this video check out the Halco Rooster Poppers, Rover 230 Stickbaits, Captiva Poppers and recommend the use of heavy duty hooks and split rings. Please comment with your favourite poppers and stickbaits, Will review a few more soon, with each popper, stickbaits having different actions and worked differently. The new river2Sea Doggie stickbaits look excellent and will be trying them out as well. Please subscribe for more great fishing action tips and news. Cheers Greg Also more great Giant Trevally action and info at our website below and well worth checking out, http

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    • Reefari
    • June 7, 2011
    Reply

    Good popper, good hooks, but lousy paint for sure, one GT can make a mess. They were $10 at tackleworld, so got a few and doesn’t matter if you lose them, losses can be high. Don’t think they sell them anymore and probably for that reason,
    Cheers Greg

    • 14gl
    • June 7, 2011
    Reply

    those captive lures are total shockers the entire paint comes off from the hooks after less than 10 casts

    • Reefari
    • June 7, 2011
    Reply

    Good one, We off again on another Hardline trip, and have got a good range of River 2 Sea poppers to give a go, chasing GT’s, so will post some more videos of this trip,
    Cheers Greg

    • silverdiablo7
    • June 7, 2011
    Reply

    Greg thanx for all your videos, helped a lot for me to decide on my lures,
    Thanks loads again. Safe

    • Reefari
    • June 7, 2011
    Reply

    Definately the bigger the cup, the harder the work, have found the halco’s roosta poppers pretty easy to work, or like to run with a couple of people working stickbaits, and poppers. The stickbaits can fire ’em up at times,
    cheers Greg

    • lozconley
    • June 7, 2011
    Reply

    I would agree that the big haymakers make the biggest pop or bloop but have fished with them all day and they are hard work compared to other styles in my opinion. Still have the best action though.

    • Reefari
    • June 7, 2011
    Reply

    Good fun for sure popper fishing, and Ningaloo and Exmouth would be great. Queenfish are good fun and plenty of aerial acrobats usually, Thanks for the comments,
    Cheers Greg

    • Pulsy4
    • June 7, 2011
    Reply

    @Reefari we dont get queenfish and all that down here but i’ve been to exmouth and ningaloo and got some

    • Reefari
    • June 7, 2011
    Reply

    Definately a good popper the Halco Roosta Popper, easy to work, especially if fishing all day, Good to get a salmon on one. We don’t get them up here, Work well on Queenfish, trevally, and the odd cod or coral trout,
    Cheers Greg

    • Pulsy4
    • June 7, 2011
    Reply

    i got a australian salmon with a halco roosta popper 1.35

    • Reefari
    • June 7, 2011
    Reply

    They work well, with big splashes and bloops, good poppers!!

    • fishingfreak222
    • June 7, 2011
    Reply

    i think the dumbell popper is the best

    • Reefari
    • June 7, 2011
    Reply

    Pretty awesome GT Fishing, the River2sea dumbell poppers are also worth a look,
    cheers Greg

    • affiliatexfiles
    • June 7, 2011
    Reply

    Hey Reefari

    Thanks for the information about poppers it looks like the Trevally really go off on these.

    You can see why people talk about the excitement of GT fishing

  1. Thanks for writing this entry. I very much enjoyed it. Keep up the excellent work, man!

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