Few moments in fishing are more enjoyable than when a big largemouth crushes a topwater lure on a still summer morning. For decades, fishermen have enticed bass into making those explosive surface hits with the zigzagging walks of Zara Spooks, the chugging splashes of poppers, and the gurgling buzzes of propeller baits. The lures haven't changed much since your granddad tied one on, because there hasn't been the need. Today's lure market, however, is all about ingenuity, and designers have to build a better mousetrap. The clever revamps of these three classic topwaters are meant to replace those old standbys.