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I just got a package of all the booyah frogs from DSG for $10. (booyah pad crasher, popping pad crasher, and pad crasher jr.) Which one should I use for different situations? Is there a certain time where the popping type is better, or where a smaller one is better?

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Popping frog can sometimes work better when there is a little chop on the water.

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3 minutes ago, NittyGrittyBoy said:

Popping frog is my first go to, unless your fishing slop that won't let it pop properly

Thanks! I've heard they walk really well too. Is that true?

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Popper in chop, regular in heavy slop, I don't use the Jr. often but find that whenever either I or the fish keep missing switching to the smaller one increases my hookups. 

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2 hours ago, Dens228 said:

Popper in chop, regular in heavy slop, I don't use the Jr. often but find that whenever either I or the fish keep missing switching to the smaller one increases my hookups. 

Agree.  Just to add to this; I tend to throw a smaller frog toward the end of the season when the lily pads are thinning out or if it's really bright/sunny and the vegetation is not really thick.  I suggest you trim the legs, especially on the smaller frogs. 

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I like the regular one in heavy slop, popper for fishing smaller clumps of grass or mats with lots of open holes and open water. The small one is a good option if they're seeing lots of regular sized frogs or striking at but not eating the bigger frogs. 

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For a popping frog should you still try to "walk" it or do more of a popping action with your rod, cupping the water and splashing it?

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