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Whether you are a weekend warrior or a seasoned pro, this easy to use top water lure is designed to deliver explosive top water action. Chunk and Wind the Berkley® Choppo around cover and in open water for a serious waking action. The Choppo’s durable tail propeller won’t melt in your tackle box and the enhanced surface area provides more sound and spray. The precision balance of the bait ensures that it’s action begins immediately and it swims straight at a variety of speeds.
Justin Lucas Pro Tip 90: Cast and retrieve around all types of shallow cover. Best suited for calmer conditions
Justin Lucas Pro Tip 120: Cast and retrieve around all types of shallow cover. Can be used in calm to choppy conditions.
Easy to use top water lure Durable Cupped propeller tail Enhanced propeller surface area for maximum surface disturbance Swims straight at a variety of speeds Equipped with sharp Fusion19™ hooks
⚠ WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
|Model Number||Running Depth||Body Length||Weight||Hooks||Material||Rattle|
|BHBCP90||Topwater||3 1/2"||1/2 oz||#5||Plastic||Yes|
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Three Must Have Topwater Lures
Topwater bites can be some of the most exciting bites in fishing. They can be explosive and are often a great way to catch a big fish. Bassmaster Elite Series Pro, Chris Groh, shares how he approaches 3 different styles of topwater baits.
The Berkley Choppo is a great choice for when an aggressive presentation is needed to get a reaction strike. The rotating tail section creates a unique disturbance on the surface that can call fish from far distances, allowing you to cover more water.
Unlike the Choppo, which is most effective with a straight retrieve back to the boat, the Cane Walker and the J-Walker are used as a slower and more methodical presentation. The J-Walker is made to be one of the quickest walking baits on the market, it’s side to side motion is fast and glides across the surface with ease.
The J-Walker possesses a slightly more subtle walking motion than the Cane Walker, which spits water from its cupped face. This spitting is designed to imitate baitfish on the water's surface. The hard side-to-side movements of the bait causes lots of commotion to attract opportunistic feeders.