Super Strike Lures have been around for a long time and have one of the biggest followings on the East Coast. The most popular lure to fish in the Cape Cod Canal would have to be the Little Neck Popper. The reason why they are so popular and why I have some many in my plug bag are because they cast like a bullet. The best casting Super Strike lures are the Sinking Style because they have more weight inside of the lure. The only down side to these Sinking lures is that it takes about 4-5 seconds to get the lure to the top. But, if you stop the lure before it lands you can control it on top, just you will need a moderate-fast retrieve.
The Little Neck Popper by far is a better Polaris popper than the Gibbs Polaris; just Super Strike doesn’t make the mackerel color Little Necks anymore, so the majority of fishermen use the Gibbs in the spring and the fall. The 3 ounce Little Neck Popper matches the bigger bait and casts to the middle of the Cape Cod Canal effortlessly. If your rod cannot get the lure to the top of the water, don’t worry you can still swim the popper, it does have a nice little wiggle to it. The best attribute with the Super Strike Lures is that there are so many colors; you will not have a problem matching the color of the bait that is in front of you.
If you don’t have a Super Strike Little Neck Popper than save you pennies and buy the white or yellow colored poppers, those are the most productive colors. Super Strike Lures are made in America by real fisherman, so you are guaranteed to catch fish with these lures.