Years Produced: 1952 – 1962 Length: 5” or 4 3/8” Weight: 1.2 oz.
General Notes: This bait was known by many names: Snook Plunker, Spinning Popper, Salt Spinning Popper, & Salt Popper. The 1953 catalog offers a bucktail as an option for 35c extra. Soon it was a standard feature. The earlier baits were listed at 5”, while later examples are shown at 4 1/2”. Originally made with glass eyes. By the early 1960’s painted eyes were the norm.
of Pictured Lure:
#7118 in Silver Flash. The shorter version with a white bucktail, glass eyes & a belly weight. A top water lure targeted for salt water fishing.