The Arbogast Hula Popper has been on the market for more than 80 years. How do we explain its longevity? It catches fish, plain and simple, and that's what it's all about. The rubber strands of the Hula Skirt provide movement even while the lure is sitting motionless. The spreading and undulation of these strands can turn a looking fish into a biting fish, a fact not lost on topwater anglers over the past 80 years. The wide, shallow open mouth provides a deep, resonate 'blurp!' when twitched and the frog profile is just what bass ordered. Cast near fish holding cover and let the ripples die down, then give it a twitch before letting the bait sit motionless for a few seconds. The Hula Popper catches active fish that are chasing bait, but really shines on neutral or inactive fish.