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Popups – A Guide
Popups are the best selling hook bait on my site and they catch at very impressive rates. Whether you are popping them up just off the bottom or fishing higher in the water then my popups will stay buoyant for as long as you need them.
Mine will comfortably stay up for 48 and probably a lot longer!
From my experience, the best rig would be either the Ronnie Rig for a presentation just off the bottom. When fishing over weed or debris I’d use a
stiff hinged rig with the bait up a couple of inches from the bottom.
Really its not a boilie in the sense of food source boilies! It’s mixed with buoyancy aids to keep it up in the water and should not be used as a loose feed.
Top 5 Pop Up Fishing Tips
1 – Swap colours
Light levels in the water. Match food bait. mix up between your rods.
2 – Trim them
3 – Glug or Spray them
4 – Mix the height
See how they react between 1 inch and 4
5 – Pin them if there’s a lot of roach
Best Selling Pop Ups
Here are my top 3 selling pop ups of the last 12 months
These are my best selling popup from all the flavours I do. They match the flavours of the boilies and are also coloured with Robin Red.
They have a strong potent scent due to the liquid krill used in the mix and big hit of spices.
As well as 15mms they are also available as 12mm in matching red, mixed 15mm fluorescent, white, and mixed 12mm toppers called snowman heads.
Pineapple, Butyric and Black Pepper Oil 15mm
As you may have realised 15mm is by far the best sellers of any hook bait size. The bold yellow of this range makes them a very popular choice for those looking for a more vibrant bait in the water.
These are great fished over matching boilies in the warmer months or as single hook baits and crumb in the cooler months.
Yeast Extract 15mm
A fairly new bait to my range of popups. Yeast extract (Smells like Marmite popups) are the stinkiest hook bait I have on offer- these absolute reek!
They have accounted for numerous catches as come into their own fished as a single hook bait in the winter. The scent is long-lasting so you can be confident in them even after they have been in the water for a while.
Fishing with popups
As far as Carp fishing goes, there are many different ways to lure them in and attract them to your bait. There are some methods that are more intricate than others while there are those that are slightly easier and obvious.
Of course, when fishing for carp there are many things to consider but more importantly, you have to present your bait in the right way. There are many ways that this can be achieved but one way is by using pop-ups.
Pop ups are used as a way of ensuring that you present your bait in a particular way and as the name suggests, this is done by the bait popping up off the bottom.
Once the bait enters the water, instead of it sinking the bottom it pops up at the height you have set your rig to. These come in a range of colours, from white to fluorescent popups and can attract Carp to the bait and the hook.
How Do You Fish Pop-Ups?
Popups are usually fished just off the bottom between the height of your hook or a couple of inches on a hinged or chod rig. These are the most popular ways to fish with this method.
However, the buoyancy of a pop up makes it possible for the bait to be suspended away from snags, debris or low-level weeds. The distance between the lake bed and the bait can be altered slightly, giving an element of control.
One thing that fishermen need to consider is the fact that their bait will be suspended off the bottom but should they add any free bait to the area, then that will sink to the bottom and not remain buoyant like the pop up. However, this can be seen as an advantage because it will mean that the eye-catching pop up can stand out and attract them.
When fishing with pop ups there is no need for the rigs that are used to be overly complicated and that makes pop ups a good option. There is some thought that needs to go into fishing with pop ups as the weight that is used to anchor the bait will have to be considered.
Therefore, using a putty split shot or a sinker is preferential although popular rigs such as the chod or hinged stiff rig. These will need an element of practice in order to make sure that they are right if it is your first time using them.
Opting for pop ups will provide you with a more durable bait that can last when compared to feed baits. They are also less susceptible to attack from smaller fish.
Choosing to use pop ups will take some element of trial and error. However, it is a great option and alternative to have ready to use should you feel as though you need to change approach.
While the carp might initially consider it to be different, pop ups are a clever way of targeting carp through helping baits to stand out.