No other bait can attracts bass from wide and deep area or bass hiding inside the cover but popper. It is true when, for examp le, you feel pencil bait does not have adequate appeal power. Popper has casting distance and accuracy and also has important appeal performance like popping sound, splash sound and rattle sound. It can tempt bass with such appeal sound almost on the spot because you can manipulate its movement. Popper is available at any place from narrow spot which productive zone is very scarce to vast weed area. “LOUDER70” is developed to enhance the ability of popper drastically by improving total quality. The debut of LOUDER 70! This bait expresses the role of popper to the fullest. You can cast it long and accurate even when you use thicker line around cover. The cupped face which is the key of popper is big and unique long- nose- shape. It grasps huge water and swells the surface of the water, then creates wa ter column. It has Break Water structure inside edge of upper j aw just like gum. Break Water structure holds water in the cup and it creates sharp splash and spits water spray like fan-shape over 1m ahead. Also the sound as if fish are biting that occurs when “LOUDER70” hits the water is effective against the bass hiding under cover. Rolling sound and wall-hitting sound occur when big rear weigh t moves back and forth. Appeal power reaches max then. It is also good at neck swinging. So, “LOUDER70” creates popping sound and splash in any situation from short twitch at tight spot to strong jerk in the open water. It floats rather vertically because it is designed as high specific gravity. So it holds water well and appeals to bass with on- the- spot action. It can elicit bass bite even when they are reluctant. Moreover, darter action is also possible. It dives and floats. Thus, strong popper was born. It can fascinate bass in variously ways. It is a cluster of many appealing elements.
Fluorocarbon and nylon line
What is LOUDER 70 The action of popper depends on the line you use. If you use flu orocarbon line, the weight of line makes bait head down, so it is easy to make popping sound. And if you use nylon line, it is easier to make water column and splash. It generates popping sound by manipulating rod not to swing the head too much.