The Lunker Frog by Lunkerhunt is a specialized lure that works best in freshwater environments. Among its best targets are pike, musky, and bass. This frog lure measures 2.25 inches but extends to 4.5 inches in the water. It weighs 1/2 ounces which, along with its large size, allows it to cast a long way.
The most important feature of the Lunkerhunt Lunker Frog is that it is impressively realistic. When not in use, it sits with legs folded, just like a real frog. But in the water, it mimics the movement of a swimming adult frog. Both legs extend straight out and then fold back in. Plus, it comes in 10 different colors and patterns so that you can find one that closely resembles the live frogs in your target area.
The Lunkerhunt Lunker Frog is made of premium-quality rubber and discreetly houses a sharp 4/0 wide gap hook. The body is soft to the touch and was designed so that it doesn’t get caught in weeds or other cover. Additionally, it has a cleverly-designed air bladder so that it stays close to the surface of the water, just like a real live frog would.
The Hollow Body Frog by Live Target was selected as ICAST’s New Product Showcase winner in 2010. That’s a great testament of its quality, considering that the American Sportfishing Association gives the annual award to only the best fishing gear and tackle. This frog lure definitely deserves the honor.
The Live Target Hollow Body Frog has a soft body and conceals a sharp double-hook. A pair of tassels take the place of frog’s legs and provide ample movement that makes it easy for fish to notice it. Additionally, it comes in twelve different designs, allowing you to select one that closely resembles the species in your area. Plus, the anatomy, color, and detail look incredibly realistic in the water.
This hollow body frog by Live Target comes in three different sizes: 1 3/4 inches (1/4 ounce), 2 1/4 inches (5/8 ounce), and 2 5/8 inches (3/4 ounce). Given the variety, you’ll have enough to choose from based on your fishing location, your targets, and your casting requirements. This lure works excellently in waters with thick cover like lily pads and grass, so you don’t need to worry about it getting caught in the weeds.
The Hollow Frog Imitation Legs is the perfect fishing lure for pike, bass, and similar targets, especially when around heavy cover. It was made to closely resemble a live swimming frog. In fact, an actual frog was 3D scanned to create this precise shape. That’s why it has incredibly realistic detail down to the tony joints and muscle tone.
To make sure you have options no matter where you’re fishing, this lure comes in four different colors. These include the Black & Yellow, the Dark Leopard, the Green Leopard, and the White Leopard. The colors as well as the patterns are based on actual species, and even the bellies have accurate designs. Additionally, every color comes in two sizes: 2.25 inches and 2.75 inches. Both have been known to provide great casting.
When in water, the imitation legs of the Savage Gear Hollow Frog moves enough to trick fish into seizing it. While it doesn’t have the full range of movement you’d associate with a swimming frog, it does look like a realistic imitation of one that’s about to kick off. Then, its single-hook configuration helps you achieve maximum hook-ups.
James Heddon is credited for developing the first wooden artificial lure. So, it’s no surprise that over 125 later, the Heddon Company is known for producing some of the world’s most innovative tackle. The Heddon Super Spook Lure is an excellent example of their ingenuity. It comes in a variety of colors and patterns to mimic over 20 different species of marine life. Among the most popular ones is the frog model.
The frog version of the Super Spook merely has the coloring and pattern of live frogs but isn’t exactly shaped like one, nor does it have extending legs that make it look realistic. Nevertheless, it is inexplicably effective, especially for hard-charging fish like striped bass.
The Heddon Super Spook frog is 5 inches long and weighs approximately 0.8 ounces. It allows for a perfect walk-the-dog cast, floats just enough to stay in topwater, and even leaves a clever bubble trail. Plus, it has three super-sharp #4 treble hooks. One is located at the tail and two are below the spotted belly. This allows you to achieve maximum hook-ups.
Lunkerhunt is undeniably one of the world’s best designers of ingenious lures. Many of its products have won awards and have received critical acclaim from some of the most influential organizations in fishing. The Prop Frog is among their award-winning designs. In 2017, it won the Best in Show – Soft Lure category of the American Sportfishing Association’s ICAST awards.
The Lunkerhunt Prop Frog comes in 10 different colors and patterns to mimic a variety of species. Even the bellies of these soft, hollow lures are appropriately colored. But perhaps its most important feature is its legs. The legs are specifically designed to provide engaging movement in the water. A stinger hook is located between the legs, which is helpful because fish tend to nip these flailing parts in the water. Plus, for hard-charging fish, the frog’s body conceals wide-gap upturned hooks. This intelligent configuration gives you impressive hook-up rates, especially when targeting bass and pike in freshwater.
The Prop Frog by Lunkerhunt measures 3.5 inches and weighs 1/2 oz. It allows for smooth and long casting. Plus, it features a weedless design, so you don’t have to worry about getting stuck when fishing in thick cover.
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