Popping corks are excellent at attracting predator fish because they sound just like a mullet or other large baitfish getting rowdy on the surface.
When that redfish or trout comes to see what’s going on, lo and behold there’s a delicious shrimp or lure hanging out there just begging to be eaten and…
But there’s a right way and a wrong way to use popping corks, plus several common mistakes most anglers make.
So we brought back Capt. Mark “Hollywood” Johnson from FloridaKeysFunFishing.com to teach us the right way to use a popping cork.
Watch this video to see how.
Have any questions about using popping corks?
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