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Fluorescent pop ups are a great pot to have in your bait box to mix things up. Mine come in mixed pots of yellow and pink and I make sure they are a super vibrant colour. They are most effective when fished in murky water where a more natural coloured bait will blend into the water more.
They are excellent when trying to fish for quick baits as they offer a strong visual stimulant for the carp. I usually use them when casting to a showing fish, especially in the winter months but I do have testers on the team who swear by them and use them all year round.
My fluros are available as 15mm pop ups or 12mm snowman heads in mixed colours. The snowman heads work well as tippers for snowman rigs or trimmed down further to add a small eye-catching element to the bottom baits.
Fluorescent Popups Under Water!
I’ve been out filming on my Water Wolf underwater camera to catch what these look like underwater. I’ve filmed them over a bed of boilie crumb and alongside mixed boilies. The boilie crumb is from my yeast extract range and the boilies are a mix of the same, some lighter salted caramel and nut and some yellow Pineapple, Butyric and Black Pepper boilies.
You’ll see that the water is murky as it’s filmed in a real lake to give an idea of how the bait actually looks to the carp.
Fluorescent Pop up Tips
1, If the lake is regularly fished try mixing up your fluros with a half and half mix or adding a piece of fake sweetcorn in a deeper colour to the tip.
2, Mix up the fishing with different colours on the same spot or fish a fluro on one rod with a white popup on the other and see what works getting a bite.
3, If the bites are hard to come by try trimming one down to a more barrel-shaped hook bait. This may just help get an edge over the carp compared with what they are used to seeing.