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- Boing Lures G2 Popper
- Length: 3.875 Inches
- Weight: .65oz
- Hooks: Gamakatsu #4 Trebles (back hook feather)

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Boing Lures G2 Popper

The Boing Lures G2 is a topwater popper lure designed to walk and chug along mimicking the action of a prone forage fish that bass and stripers feed upon. With the Boing Lures G2 Series, fishing technology has been brought to the next level. The difference is in the “Boing” sound that a Boing Lure generates. The technology stimulates a fish’s sound-receptor by creating both the LOW and HIGH spectrum frequencies unlike any other lure currently on the market.The sound creates a burst of acoustic information and electrical signals that are conveyed directly to the fish’s brain to create powerful reaction strikes. Boing lures has an audio attraction that eclipses all others.

Boing's G2 Poppers are constructed of extremely durable Lexan. For durability's sake, t he sound chamber contains material which will never bend or break and the components, eyelets and split rings, are constructed of stainless steel. The Boing Lures G2 includes #4 Gamakatsu treble hooks - the back hook displaying a hand tied feathered decoration. Boing Lures are hand made & custom painted by their signature painter Mr. Dwain Batey - you'll notice the intricacy of these lures, they are amazing. All lures are coated in a durable epoxy to protect the lures finish.

The Boing Lures G2 Popper measures 3.875" and weighs .65oz. We offer the G2 in six excellent colors.

  • Length - 3.875 Inches
  • Weight - 0.65 ounces
  • Material - Lexan
  • Hooks - Gamakatsu Black Nickel #4’s w/hand tied feathered rear treble hook
  • Screw Eyes & Split Rings - Stainless Steel
  • Finish - Epoxy
“What makes this bait different from any other bait on the pegboards is how the rattle system works,” said Tab Walker who fishes Boing baits from February through December guiding on his home water, Newton Lake, in central Illinois. “Instead of having balls or bearings that just roll around inside the bait, a Boing lure has one little bead suspended on a tungsten wire rattling against the side of the bait. Even when you stop the bait, that ball continues to undulate! That’s one of the main things that turns fish on with this bait.”

“The bait is pulsing the moment it hits the water,” agreed Jason Yocum, Boing Lures owner and president. “What the fish hears is almost like a human heartbeat. That’s why we encourage everyone to wait about seven to 10 seconds after the lure hits the water before they move the lure because that initial sound is often what bass key in on.”

Balanced weight distribution in the Boing G2 Popper leads to long, bullet-like casts with few foul-ups. Its long reach enables the angler to cover water quickly and catch the attention of more fish.

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Boing Popper July 15, 2016
Reviewer: ALAN H. TURNER from SAN RAMON, CA United States  
Great weight, length and look.  Took it to Lake El Salto in Mexico.  Only caught a couple of small bass on it but was mostly due to the water conditions.  Expect great results in the Delta.

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