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Stanford Baits Boom Boom Hollow Body Frog

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Anyone having success with this one ?

I'm curious if the "Frog Fur" is everything they say it is . . .

Sort of looks like velcro - which is actually a pretty good idea and kind of funny.

:smiley:

A-Jay

 

Stanford Baits Boom Boom Frog Review

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What's the purpose of the fur??

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13 minutes ago, Dens228 said:

What's the purpose of the fur??

 According to a review by Walker Smith on another well known fishing website:

"The Frogfur is designed to snag on the sandpaper-like teeth of a bass, which gives you just a little more time to execute a powerful hookset. When their teeth become tangled in this stuff, it makes it incredibly difficult for the bass to throw this bait or miss it on the initial strike."

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Haven't heard of this frog. Are they available in stores or just online? If in stores, which ones?

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24 minutes ago, MichaelCopeland said:

Haven't heard of this frog. Are they available in stores or just online? If in stores, which ones?

http://stanfordbaits.com/

 

TW has some too 

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Wow --that's hilarious.

 

OK, I want one.

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1 hour ago, A-Jay said:

 According to a review by Walker Smith on another well known fishing website:

"The Frogfur is designed to snag on the sandpaper-like teeth of a bass, which gives you just a little more time to execute a powerful hookset. When their teeth become tangled in this stuff, it makes it incredibly difficult for the bass to throw this bait or miss it on the initial strike."

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Interesting......

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Seems like while it might hang in a fish's teeth to give you more time to set the hook, it could also make setting the hook more difficult. Well set Velcro is hard to move. 

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I bought 2 from TW. I tested one a few weeks ago and it seems to walk good. The water was still too cold and I haven't got a chance to use them since.

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iv read that it has internal rattles already is that true?

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13 minutes ago, SBFISHING said:

iv read that it has internal rattles already is that true?

Let's hear what "Boom Boom" has to say ~ 

Didn't mention rattles.

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I lost a lot of fish to hollow body frogs and caught a few.

 

 

When I started using my own homemade Teckel Sprinker frogs my hook-up ratio went up to almost like 98% and no more waiting to set the hook. You get a bite, set the hook! And I use the same hollow body frogs I always did. So far Booyah Pad Crashers have worked the best.

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my thought would be that if your frog is deep enough in the fishes mouth for that to be effective you should be able to hook them regardless of fur or not.

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Trey harpel did a decent review on this frog

 

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