Help Me Trying To Walk A Spro Frog Please?
Posted August 21 2012 - 12:35 PM
i just took it out last night with o luck at the usual lake.
i watched the video on here how to walk a spro frog and it said its very easy. i will probabl ykick my self in the butt if i find out it was very easy and i was missing something so simple. and i could not get it to walk side to side. i pointed the rod tip down. (im on land if this means anything) did the twitching and up and down wont move side to side. can some one please help me with what i have to do or what i could be doign wrong? reall yappreciate it. also i just took the frog out of the package and put it on. i hope i can figure this out an dpactice up in my bak pond before i head out tonight.
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Hope this helps.
Posted August 23 2012 - 05:15 PM
Posted August 24 2012 - 07:42 AM
The stroke for the frog is shorter than that for a spook and quicker. Be sure there is slack line too.
X2---the most important thing is to keep the slack in the line. Use quick pops of your rod tip and get it to the point where when you pop your rod your just tightening up the slack and pulling the bait slightly. It's hard to explain, but I hope this helps.
Also....trim the legs.
Go on the Spro website, they have videos of Rojas giving tips on fishing it.
Posted August 24 2012 - 05:48 PM
Timing is everything. Once you get it to make its first turn, then you have to time it out just right to where you work the slack line right before you the frog comes to a stop. Once the frog comes to a stop, then you have to work to get it to start walking again. Once you figure it out, it becomes second nature, but you have to have the right cadence.
The key for me is once the cadence starts don't stop. Keep it going with slack in your line.
Keep doing it, you'll get it.
Posted August 24 2012 - 07:45 PM
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