Halco Roosta Popper Fishing Lure

Halco Rooster Popper Fishing Lures 105 Model


The Halco Roosta Popper 105 Fishing lure sets the standard in leading edge modern popper fishing lure patterns. The Halco Roosta Popper 105 fishing lure was intended to be used like a straight retrieve popper and blooper. The Roosta includes a rattling back weight which gives exceptional casting capability plus the distinctive head and body shape reduces tangling as well as produces exceptional noise with explosive splashes.

Whilst retrieving the Halco Rooster Popper 105 fishing lure you can transform the action of the lure by altering the height of the rod tip. Placement of the rod tip nearer to the water results in mega bubble trail on the grounds that the lure tracks throughout the water in the company of a slight wiggling motion. This is outstandingly helpful in rough ocean circumstances where the lure is required to be kept in the water to prevent flipping along with cart wheeling. The minimal splashing as well as high bubble retrieve may also be successful on fish that are shy of large splashes.

The Halco Roosta Popper 105 is fitting to nearly all saltwater pelagic varieties however has had exceptional accomplishment on species including Yellowtail Kingfish, Tuna, Queenfish, Mangrove Jacks, Australian Salmon, Tailor and Barramundi.

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Features and Specifications

  • Computer Designed and prototyped
  • 10.5cm in measurement lengthwise as well as weighs 30 grams
  • Large range of proved colours
  • Quality split rings plus Mustad trebles
  • Distinctive cup face  and rear rattle weight


  • The Halco Roosta Popper 105 is a great lure meant for all weather conditions and sea circumstances. By merely changing the rod angle and retrieve rate you can control your popper in rough choppy conditions.
  •  The Halco Roosters rear casting weight can have you casting into the hit zone with ease plus the cup face will bloop and pop its way to assured explosive strikes.
  • Complemented with quality split rings and Mustad Treble hooks, you understand you have tackle on these lures that you can trust.
  • Great range of successful colours which will help you in concentrating on that fish you desire.
  • If you’re interested in adrenalin popping then assign the Halco Rooster popper fishing lure a cast and get set to hold on!


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Jackall Fishing Lures – TN 60

Jackall Fishing Lures – TN60 Fishing Lures.

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Jackall Fishing Lures Model TN60 Fishing are known world wide for being very versatile fishing lures that can be fishing in alot of different ways and situations. The Jackall TN60 Fishing lure casts well making the Jackall TN60 Fishing lure perfect search baits over flats and weed beds. The possibilities are endless for vertical presentations as they vibrate both on the lift and drop. Jackall TN60 lipless crank fishing lures can also be cast into snags and will vibrate on the drop and also on a slow to medium retrieve.

Jackall fishing Lures – Model TN60 have a tungsten metal weight on the outside lip which allows for more body room for the lure to make its unique and irresistible rattling vibration. Jackall TN60 Fishing lures are designed to have the ultimate balance so the lure can swim at the very slowest retrieval speeds for especially challenging conditions.  Jackall TN60 Fishing Lures cast like a dream due to its 13 gram weight and is a bite sized 60mm in length. The Jackall TN60 lure is specially designed with a weight system that makes it possible for the lure to stand straight up at the bottom. This amazing feature will mean less snagging than other types of lipless crankbaits. The Metal chin guard will also help to protect the Jackall body from damage when knocking against timber and rocks.

This Jackall Fishing Lure is part of the exciting TN range of lipless crankbaits from Jackall Bros. The Jackall TN60 fishing lures are extremely versatile lures that can be fished a lot of different ways, they cast very well
The Jackall TN60 is dynamite on array of species with the most commonly targeted species being Bass, Redfin, Murray Cod, Small Barramundi, Saratoga, large Bream and the Jackall TN60 has a reputation as the number one lure for Golden Perch and has long been a tournament winner!
Features and Specifications
•    Length 60mm
•    Weight 13 grams
•    Quality split rings and trebles
•    Amazing line up of proven colours
•    Balanced for the slowest of retrieval speeds
•    Metal chin to protect lure against hard knocks
•    Weighted to stand up straight on the bottom to reduce lure loses
•    Irresistible rattle and vibrating action
•    Can be fished vertically and horizontally
•    The Jackall TN60 has a weight of 13 grams and cast be used to cast great distances or even work deeper water. The Jackall TN60 Fishing Lure can be used vertically or horizontally making this a very versatile lure for any fishing scenario.
•    Jackall TN60 fishing Lures boast an amazingly productive rattle and vibrating action which sets these lure miles ahead of other bibless crank baits.
•    The Jackall TN60 is weighted to perfection and when it reaches the bottom will stand up straight as not to snag up as much as other brands  and sure to save you a lot of money.
•    Jackall Lures, with its worldwide reputation as one of, if not THE best freshwater bibless crankbaits available allows you to purchase this lure with confidence! Its scientific balancing and action is set to have you locked into battle in no time at all so grab some Jackall’s and join in the action!
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Fishing for Barramundi in the Northern Territory

It’s not hard to understand why anglers are so enthusiastic about fishing for barramundi, and why it’s considered to be one of the leading Australian sportfish and the most popular target of anglers in the Northern Territory. The fighting characteristics of this feisty species make for exciting sport, and as a bonus the fish itself has a reputation as a delicious table fish if caught in salt water and tidal rivers.

Barramundi can be caught all year round and if you’re travelling to the Northern Territory it is well worth taking some time to discover the best times and places to ensure you have the best angling experience.

The life cycle of this species leads it to inhabit a wide range of aquatic environments, in creeks, rivers and estuaries.  The fish matures in upstream areas of freshwater streams and moves downstream for spawning in coastal waters and estuaries.  Streams that have large catchments, a low continuous flow of water and warm water temperatures are ideal habitats for Barramundi, and they prefer to seek cover under mangrove roots, submerged logs, rock ledges and other underwater structures.


While live bait such as mullet and prawns appeals to these fish, and they are also often taken with heavy fly gear, medium sized minnow fishing lures in bright bronze or gold metallic colours are probably the most successful way to entice Barramundi out from heavy cover.

For trolling and casting for Barramundi with medium weight baits and lures, the most popular fishing reels are bait caster fishing reels.  When you’re fishing in billabongs and estuary flats, especially in windy conditions, you’ll find that smaller, lighter lures are more suitable; for casting light lures, spinning reels are ideal.

Whatever style of reel you choose, it will be fully tested when you hook an aggressive Barramundi, so it’s best to go for a high quality salt water grade reel and have it serviced regularly to prolong its life. Shimano T curve Power Spin with Saragosa 3000 Fishing Reel Combo is recommended by the Fishing Tackle Shop as an ideal heavy duty setup if you’re targeting Barramundi.

The Northern Territory seasons govern the style of Barramundi fishing.  During the wet season between January and March and the post-wet period from March to May, most anglers fish by casting from boats anchored in waterways. During the dry season, between June and September, fresh water lagoons and rivers become accessible to anglers.  At this time of year, when temperatures are cooler, Barramundi tend to stay in deep water. From October to December, during the run-up to the wet season, Barramundi become more active as water temperatures rise and fishing in freshwater lagoons and in salt water estuarine waterways can be very productive.

In tidal rivers, Barramundi tend to bite better towards the end of run-out tide while an hour or two either side of a low tide are good times to attract Barramundi in estuaries and salt water creeks.  And when you hook a Barramundi, be prepared for an exciting battle of wits and strength with a worthy opponent.  Shop Now for barramundi fishing tackle