Rowland has been deploying the Boss Pop successfully for years. “Whenever and wherever the bass are feeding on shad near the surface,” he adds. “I’ll fish the Boss Pop.”
Zell says the best time for Boss Pop action is just after the spawn, or when the shad themselves are spawning. “It’s also good in the summer, when you find bass in the back ends of creeks. If you see the shad flickering on the surface,” he says, “the Boss Pop will catch them.”
Booyah’s Boss Pop carries the lineage of a legend. It started as an accident in Zell Rowland’s garage; then, it proved itself on the water and earned a permanent spot in Rowland’s tackle box. “The biggest fish I caught on it was 10.5 pounds,” he adds. “Right after that, I had a much larger fish come up for it, and it straightened my hooks.”
Now, Booyah’s Boss Pop has become a must-have for any serious top water fanatic.
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