Halco Roosta Popper Fishing Lure

Halco Rooster Popper Fishing Lures 105 Model

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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

Benefits

  • 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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Fishing for Black Marlin

Species Article: Black Marlin

An angler’s first sight of a black marlin is an unforgettable experience: it is a magnificent fish weighing up to several hundred kilograms, and its size is matched by great power, speed and agility.  It’s therefore no surprise that the black marlin is much sought after by anglers from around the world who wish to take up the challenge of this spectacular fish with its renowned fighting qualities.

The Black marlin is at home in the tropical and sub-tropical waters of our Indian and Pacific oceans. They mostly swim in the surface layer of the sea, near land masses and in the vicinity of coral atolls. In Australia black marlin are distributed throughout the coastal areas of all states, with the most popular recreational fishing grounds being off Queensland, New South Wales and Western Australia. Black marlin can be caught almost all year round somewhere in Australia: on the east coast, for example, they are plentiful in north Queensland waters between July and November, off southern Queensland from November to March, off northern New South Wales from December to April and off southern New South Wales between January and May.

Although some tackle has been specifically designed for big game fishing, expensive and sophisticated equipment is not essential if you’re targeting juvenile marlin rather than really big ones.  A lever drag game reel is ideal Such as  A Shimano TLD 50 Two speed fishing reel stocked by our Online Fishing Tackle Shop would be a good choice and you’ll need at least 640 metres of line with break strength of 24kg to suit. A game style rod is ideal, such as the Shimano T-Curve 24kg Stand Up fishing rods for game fishing from a boat or if you are into land based game fishing then you could consider the Live Fibre RLF14 Land based game fishing rod.

The major food of black marlin is other fast-swimming fish species such as tuna, trevally and mackerel and a range of other bait fish. As opportunistic feeders, the black marlin consumes a lot of bait fish, and anglers take advantage of this feeding pattern when seeking out their targets. Some signs that bait is around include hovering birds and objects floating on the surface.

Trolling baits and lures, or a combination of these, are the most usual methods used by anglers to catch black marlin, with lures now being used increasingly in preference to live bait. Our Online Fishing Tackle Shop stocks a variety of marlin lures including the ever popular Pakula Lures range of trolling skirts with an enticing head shaking action. Lures are most effective when several are trolled in a pattern or otherwise known as a spread, but one or two lures can still work well.

The excitement when you hook a marlin is very special. If you win the battle with a marlin, the decision whether to capture or release the fish is yours.  Whatever you decide, you will have had a thrilling tussle with a very worthy opponent.

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