Four Horsemen Popping Corks Review
We’ve been using them so much lately, that I figured I’d make a Four Horsemen Popping Corks Review!!
Popping corks are a great way to shake things up and catch tons of fish.
I never leave home without one!!
Learn more in this video!
Four Horsemen Popping Corks Review [VIDEO]
Four Horsemen Popping Corks were originally designed by two Lousiana Fishing Guides that needed something to fit their preferences and style of fishing.
The popping cork system itself weighs 1 ounce that comes with a 130-lb Spro Swivel and stainless steel wiring.
These popping corks are quite durable and are built to last.
I’ve used these popping corks to troll behind my kayak or even catch sheepshead with live bait.
Other popping corks have a tendency to bend or loosen which can cause an unnatural presentation.
The hardware will not fail on a Four Horsemen Popping Cork when inshore saltwater fishing.
The Cork Design
The Four Horsemen Popping Cork is a rounded oval that has an epoxied bottom in between two round beads.
This is not only to protect the cork itself from the weight and system but also to create additional sound.
The low-frequency “pop-pop” sound the cork creates attracts predatory fish in the area to come and check it out.
Popping corks get tossed around and beat up out on the water.
Four Horsemen Popping Corks are highly-durable and stand the test of the conditions.
Moreover, you can fish artificial lures or live bait under these corks.
At 1 full ounce, this popping cork is a bit on the heavier side.
If you account for the weight of your jighead/lure underneath the cork, then the system will be heavier.
Rod/Reel Choices & Pairings
I prefer to rig up popping corks on my TFO Tactical Inshore Medium Rod when fishing off of my kayak.
But, if you are fishing from a boat, then you may want to go with a Medium-Heavy, especially if you’re fishing with live bait.
My reel of choice for this outfit is the Daiwa BG MQ 3000.
Four Horsemen Popping Corks last much longer than some of the other options out there and should always be in your tackle box before leaving the house.
You never know what you will run into out on the water and a popping cork provides some alternative options.
Do you have any other additional questions about Four Horsemen Popping Corks?
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