I was sitting on the deck drinking coffee this morning and surfing Warmfly's popper threads. All of a sudden It dawned that I had all the materials to pop out some popper bodies in nothing flat.
I walked down to my shop, dusted off my arrow taper tool, plugged it in and stuffed a Port Orford cedar 21/64" diameter arrow shaft through the guide and within a couple seconds the first tapered body was born. It only took a few more seconds to run it through the cut off saw. The result is pictured under the black Wapsi #2. The top body is a wine cork I turned down using a drill and wood rasp. I tested the Port Orford cedar piece and it floats as well as a foam popper of the same size. Opportunities abound.
One of the advantages of these long taper bodies is that they can be cut to produce two popper bodies. I have plenty wine corks and Port Orford arrow shafting.