This popper lure most resembles the look of a bait fish. The lure's cup is angled and goes into a short, quick-tapering head. The neck is sharp cut and has a body that is medium in length and round shaped. The largest difference in this popper is that it is weighted in the middle with the additional benefit of diving down as it first hits the water. With the distribution of weight in the center, it is very effective in getting accurate and precise casts, especially when cast to fish attacking bait balls on the surface.
The "Spartan" throws lots of water and gurgles with real authority. We recommend using short-jabbed, pop-and-stop retrieve if you want to throw lots of water. Sweeping the rod a little longer will cause it to splash then dive/gurgle. There is a slight learning curve to this lure, but we recommend using it when you are looking for precise casts. The lure is suited for calm to rough sea conditions.