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I am looking for a small frog. I can't find a company that makes a small hollow body frog. I mean I need one much much smaller than like a spro 65 bronzeye. Any suggestions? Thanks

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booyah pad crasher JR

spro poppin pad crasher JR

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As already stated, the Booyah is a great frog, probably the best small frog on the market. If you need a frog smaller than that, I believe that vicious makes one.

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Lunk3rHunt and H20 (academy store brand) both make small frogs.  The Lunk3rHunt is way better, I've actually had pretty good success with it. 

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the really small booyah is a good one

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River2sea makes a small frog. I think it's the JR wa maybe... 

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Another vote for the Booyah

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Lunk3rHunt and H20 (academy store brand) both make small frogs.  The Lunk3rHunt is way better, I've actually had pretty good success with it. 

Does your Pocket Frog work well? I have one of the small ones and a med sized. I've only used the medium. It sucks. It fills with water by the third twitch. I complained on their YouTube video and they suggested I Superglue it at the nose and that plastic button on the belly. How long could that work? You shouldn't have to tune an $8 frog when there are cheaper ones that work better.

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Booyah rules! If you need one smaller than the Junior size, you need a new fishin' hole. If they are grabbing the legs, trim them a bit.

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The smallest live target one is small (maybe 2" body) and works well for me.

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Matzuo makes a small popper frog. Cheap, a little stiff but do work. Many times when the big boys don't work I go to these.

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Does your Pocket Frog work well? I have one of the small ones and a med sized. I've only used the medium. It sucks. It fills with water by the third twitch. I complained on their YouTube video and they suggested I Superglue it at the nose and that plastic button on the belly. How long could that work? You shouldn't have to tune an $8 frog when there are cheaper ones that work better.

 

 

It worked well til I lost it.  It was nice for catching small fish.  I haven't bought another, but it was fun while it lasted.

 

And super glueing the nose works really well, it's worth doing. 

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Lunk3rhunt 1/4 oz frogs but upsizing the hooks makes them way better

Livetarget 45 size frogs

Snag proof makes a leach that gets hammered but you'll want to upsize the hooks on that for sure- stock ones SUCK.

BOOYAH pad crashes also have a smaller frog that works well but gets SHREDDED by toothy critters.

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As mentioned already by many, the Booyah Pad Crasher Jr. is a fantastic frog if you're looking for a smaller profile in the 2 inch range. I've caught Bass as small as 10 inches on them. I like the smallest Live Targets as well; shorter but a little bit wider than the Booyah Jr. The Matzuo Nano Kroaker is the smallest I've seen however the one I have took on water basically right out of the package. Maybe I got a dud. 

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