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The more things you can do with a plug the better- end of story. Versatility is a word I use all the time when discussing plugs. The more ways a plug can be swum, places it can be worked within the water column, and under as many wind and current conditions as possible, the better. It means you don’t have to carry as many plugs, don’t have to change lures as often, and you don’t have to spend as much money on more lures. Win-Win-Win. There are plenty of plugs in our bags that have great versatility, but poppers are not generally considered one of them. I’d go so far to say that most poppers are really low on the versatility chart. That’s because most poppers float, and are designed to do one thing: pop. The entire design is created around one thing: making a splash and commotion on the surface.