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Best hollow body frog?

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I am curious as to everyone thoughts on the best topwater frog. I usually fish lily pads and I tend to fish spro frogs since it’s a bit heavier. I prefer frogs about 1/2 oz to 3/4 oz. What’s your thoughts on the best frog in your opinion?

Thanks, 

Thomas

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Booyah!

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Booyah, Jackall, spro

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Spro is for sure my go to, but I would also look at LiveTarget which doesn't get much love, but I've had great success using them! 

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I had trouble with spro’s taking on to much water and switched to booyah and have been very pleased so far.

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There's a lot of good hollow bodied frogs on the market. My favorite for drawing those hawgs up from under those mats is the 1 oz Spro King Daddy.

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I have been using the Jackall Iobee for a very long time.  I do use the smaller Spro occasionally as well. 

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Well, check out the "toads" I caught on frogs in this video, and then you'll know why they're my favorite:

 

 

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With an inventory of over 200 frogs left over from guiding in the glades - I could go on and on about the effectiveness of certain frogs over others. I have used most that are on the market and continue to try new ones.

Some days smaller is better and some days popping frogs out perform traditional. The only certainty in my frog fishing is if it is breezy/windy I have a furbit tied on.

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Bobbys perfect frog.

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Phat frog from snagproof and spittin bully wa from river to sea. Those two frogs are the most effective for me. They walk with ease and are hardy frogs. I can't stand spro frogs filing up with water all of the time. Go with some phat frogs and keep it simple black and white.

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Booyah pad crasher is hands down my favorite. Live target is my second. I've had nothing but problems with spro frogs I cant even get them all the way back to the kayak without them filling with water

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You probably didn't want to hear this but...Teckel Sprinker Frog!

 

The booyah has worked well for me for a walking frog, but I have had the most success on the Sprinker frog and an excellent hookup ratio.

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Booyah popping pad crasher

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Booyah Pad Crasher and Mann's Super Frog

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I'm a sucker for the Castaic frog. Inexpensive and produces.

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Live Target and Booyah

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Live Target

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Livetarget is my standby, funny because I think most of their lures are over priced and over rated but their frogs are spot on.  Great hook up ratio and the material that the frog is made out of is about perfect, soft enough to collapse easily for good hook ups, but doesn’t tear easily at all.  They don’t fill up with water and cast like a bullet.

 

Runner up would be the river2sea bully wa or spittin wa if I want a popping frog. 

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5 hours ago, Jaderose said:

Haven't used that specific Scum Frog, but I love the Pro Series. GREAT hook-up ratio, and comes with an internal rattle.

https://www.tacklewarehouse.com/Scum_Frog_Pro_Series_Frog/descpage-SFPS.html

 

Like others said, Booyah and Live Target are also good frogs.

 

The Jackall Kaera is a great little frog. Smaller profile but still 1/2oz so it staill casts easily. 

https://www.tacklewarehouse.com/Jackall_Kaera_Frog/descpage-JKKAFG.html

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Second the Jackall Kaera, also the bigger Jackall gavacho popping frog. 

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H2O Express 😉

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