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Weighting a Polaris type popper.

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Aside from the tail weight, should you add a little weight in front of the first hook so that the popper sits level in hte water? Or, is it best to have it tail down?
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Do a search on mr pogie he makes some sweet ones.
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Originally posted by eastendlu:
Do a search on mr pogie he makes some sweet ones.
Thanks Lu,
that answered my question perfectly!
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Nice to see that you are making chips Tom.
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I give up, how did you find it?
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Originally posted by eastendlu:
Nice to see that you are making chips Tom.
Still not totally up and running. i have a few blanks that are not mine that i am doing all the work on.
My lathe stand and extension bed are due this week. We also have a work bench almost built and ready to go.
Hopefully in the next two weeks timbers be flyin
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Originally posted by stripercrazy:
I give up, how did you find it?
a picture is worth 1000 words:

just did the search as Lu directed me.
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mrpogie plugs even unpainted they are works of art. Swim real nice too

There are several ways to weigh poppers. Really depends on how you want to use them. Just tail weigh, just one shot in the belly, and as shown above. Try them each way and see what works best for you and the areas you fish.

Jigman
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Boy oh Boy A Mr Pogie
If I could have just two more Plugs one would
definitely be a Mr Pogie Bottle Plugc
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