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Frog colors??

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Hey everyone i was wondering if the color of a frog really mattered. I just started frog fishing last year and i have a few different sizes and colors the one i seem to have most luck on is a lunker hunter bullfrog color. So my question is does the color actually matter like ive seen some purple ones and some real unnatural looking ones. Is their a preferred color?

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Not really.  Most effective seem to be white and black depending on cloud conditions but I dont even buy that really. 

I like bright colored frogs (or white) because I can see them better and can tell easier if a bass has taken it or just submerged it.

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White or black bottom is all I use.

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Bottom color light or dark is all that matters, fish will never see the sides/top of the frog.

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Top of frog, not really unless in very clear water, but the bottom color can make the difference between them crushing it and taking it down, and those half-hits they like to do. If you are getting those half-bites and no hook ups, change color the right way, and they will try to drown it. Of course, down/up size if necessary and vary your cadence until you find what they like.

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I like to keep it simple-ish when it comes to frog color. Black, white, yellow, a frog color, and a bluegill color. In both popping and traditional. Fish can see the sides of the frog, especially when you pause it. 

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