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What Color Topwater Frog Is Best For Muddy Water

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black, green, and white are the only color frog you need. get 1 of each.  There is no "magic" color. 

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I would suggest black.

 

Remember, bass can see profiles in dirty water and at night and black has an excellent profile.

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The best color for muddy water is noisy.

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bass cant see colors as well in muddy water just like people cant see colors in low light situations.instead of worrying about color worry about sound and water displacement... i would suggest the purchase of the spro bronzeye SHAD instead of the frog. this baits belly is designed different from the frog. tho its a top water it sits much deeper in water so when you start to work the bait its pushing more water and this is what you want in muddy water.  

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Noisy is good.  The bronzeye shad is a great frog, also look into snag proofs Ish's Phat Frog or Poppin Phatty.  Comes with a rattle in it as well and is impossible to sink, easy to walk, and has a good hook up ratio.

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I would try black, and if that doesn't work you could always try black, and if all else fails I'd try black. 

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I like the Snag Proofs Ish's Poppin Phatty.....in black.

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I would try black, and if that doesn't work you could always try black, and if all else fails I'd try black. 

Ha - don't be so vague...what color do you suggest?

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black, green, and white are the only color frog you need. get 1 of each.  There is no "magic" color.

Ditto...

Mike

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Green Pumpkin Rage Tail Toad is hard to beat!

 

 

 

:xmas-115:

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Black spro popping frog has caught me more fish than all my other frogs combined

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A Booyah Poppin Pad Crasher is a good choice for a popping frog. You can still walk it if you want, but it also allows you to slow it down and chug it too. The best part of it is that they aren't too pricey either. 

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Bass in off colored water are lateral line feeders so I'm gonna be throwing noise.

Stanley Bull Ribbit, Rage Tail Eeliminator, or Lobster

Dark color, chartreuse, or orange

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I fish in muddy water and I threw frogs a good bit this summer.  I used yellow, chartreuse, green and black.  I didn't notice too much of a preference by the bass, but I think the darn pike bit off more of the chartreuse or yellow ones...    :-)

 

Tight lines,

Bob

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Green Pumpkin Rage Tail Toad is hard to beat!

:xmas-115:

In my experience a rage toad or horny toad could be tie dyed and they would get bit. I've never had to be picky on color with these 2 frogs.

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