Do you love big bluegill?
Not real sure where you are, but the topwater stuff slows down in the late fall and winter unless you catch a real sunny warm day and then it's probably when the sun is high. I wouldn't put the fly rod away, but switch to weighted nymphs...a bluegill killer...try hares ears, wooly worms, san juan worms. Good luck
Thanks guys for all the info. I am going to put the poppers away in a couple of weeks and go to my nymphs and buggers. I am still landing some nice bass on the Boggle Bug popper even though we have had some cold nights.
get some teeny 130 line and just go fishing. This is an easy to cast sink tip line that will get down to where the fish are and light enough to cast on a 3,4, or 5 weight fly rod. Try it, and you'll be sold-p-