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Favorite Strike King Perch series #13451044 02/25/20 05:30 PM
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I throw hollow body frogs a lot and prefer the SPRO series in solid black. My question is about the perch series: They now make a Hackney poppin perch, a Pipsqueak, The regular poppin perch, and some of the guys are complaining about the strike to catch ratio. Which is your favorite, and of course your favorite color?

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The popping perch gets a TON of bites but the hook up ratio is way worse than the spro frog. I have to bend the hooks out some on it.


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There is a reason itโ€™s called the practice perch

Re: Favorite Strike King Perch series [Re: ChanceHuiet] #13451968 02/26/20 02:20 PM
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Thanks for the feedback, and it sounds like your time with the Pad Perch is the same as a couple of guys who own a box full of them that I know. NOT GOOD! That sucks, since I think it could be a big fish bait.

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