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What's your frog set up consist of? I currently am using a Revo SX on a  Daiwa Light and Tough Frog rod. Reel spooled with 30lb Power Pro braid. I usually throw Rage Toads!!!. Going to venture into hollow bodys too. Prob have to have 2 frog rods though. Can't go out without Rage Toad on.

Rand

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Rod: Powell 735C Frog Rod

Reel: Abu Garcia Revo STX-HS 7.1:1

Line: 50 lb Power Pro

Lure: Spro Poppin Frog (in various colors)

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torno reel on a 6 foot pistol grip m/h falcon currently using 15 pound big game but changing tonight to 30 lb pp and yup using a rage toad

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Falcon Cara T7 Amistad

Revo STX-L 7:1:1

65lb FireLine Braid

Mann's frog & Rage Toads

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Revo STX

Shimano Crucial Flipping stick 7'6"MH

50lb Fireline Braid

Black Spro Frog

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Revo STX-HS (7.1:1)

All Star American Classic ACPS2 (7' heavy/extra fast)

Yo-Zuri Hybrid 15lb

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Quantum Energy PT (6:3)

Cabelas XMLTi 6'6" MH

Yo Zuri Hybrid 15lbs

Spro Frogs & Rage Tail Toads

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Powell 704C

Shimano Curado 200E7

Sufix Braid 50lb

Rage Tails. Horny Toads, Spro Bronzeyes

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7' XH e21 carrot stix , a REVO SX 7.1:1 reel , 30 lb. moss green POWER PRO braid ...... throwing CANYON PLASTICS 4.5'' frogs and killing em with it  ;D

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Rod: G. Loomis GLX Cast 874 7'3" Heavy

Reel: Daiwa Zillion High Speed

Line: Daiwa Samuria Braid 55lb test

Lures Used: Spro Bronzeye, Spro Popper,

                  Reaction Innovation Swamp Donkey

                  River to Sea Bully Wa

Rod: Shimano Cumara Cast Rod 7'2" Med Hvy

Reel: Shimano Chronarch B Series

Line: Daiwa Samuria Braid 40lb

Lures Used: Horny Toad, Gambler Cane Toad,

                 Strike King Rage Tail, Mann's Hardnose

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I don't throw frogs much but have two rods that will suffice

1. 7'6''H Castaway Big Show Flipping Stick

  Curado 200e7

  50lb Suffix Braid

       or

2. 7' Mag-H Powell 705C

  Energy PT VI 100H

  17lb P-Line CXX

 

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Daiwa L & T Frog rod/Revo STX 6.4:1 (soon to be 7.1:1), Fireline Braid 50lb test

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I have three setups that I really like for frogs. They all have the Quantum Tour PT burner reels and 65lb braid.

1. Powell 735 Frog Rod

2. Quantum Tour PT Dean Rod

3. G-Loomis MBR844c GL3

What I like about the Powell is that I can cast even the lightest frogs with it with ease. It still has all the other things one looks for in a Frog rod, but add to it the casting distance with light frogs and it's a keeper for sure.

The Dean Rod being a Quantum get's no respect at all, but I love the Tour PT Rods and this one is a great Frog rod. The haters loss for they have no clue what there missing with this line of rods. If you want a light rod, with plenty of back bone, a fast tip and a rod that can take a beating and keep on ticking, this be it.

The GL3 Get's little respect from most, compared to IMX or GLX of which in most fishing app's neither of these two models can be beat IMO, but for Frogs this rod is excellent. Has plenty of back bone, has IMO the perfect tip action for Frogs and it light enough to use all day. If G-Loomis would have used this blank ( I am pretty sure there Frog rod is GL3 in the first place, but they used a lighter action blank of which is why there Frog rod gets such bad reviews IMO) in there Frog rod, I really believe people would be raving about Loomis frog rod. Take this blank, add 2 inches and some SIC guides, or something along that line of guides, and IMO you would have the best Frog rod ever.

I also like the Lamiglas Frog Rod a lot but have not purchased one yet. Lamiglass is all my fishing partner uses and I must say they do make a great product IMO.

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Rod: Quantum PTC711FGH Greg Hackney Signature Series

Reel: Quantum TE1170PT 7:1 TOUR EDITION

Line: Power Pro Braid 50lb test

Lures Used: Spro Bronzeye, Spro Popper,

Deps Basirisky Frog, Strike King Rage Tail Toad,

Optimum Furbit Frog 3.25"

Rod: Quantum PTC747XF

Reel: Quantum AC570PTB 7:1 HS ACCURIST

Line: Power Pro Braid 50lb test

Lures Used: Spro Bronzeye, Spro Popper,

Deps Basirisky Frog, Strike King Rage Tail Toad,

Optimum Furbit Frog 3.25"

A-Jay

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7'0 St. Croix Mojo Slop N Frog

Quantum Accurist 7.0:1

50lb Sufix Perfomance Braid

Spro Bonzeye and BPS Humpin Toads

Have yet to catch a bass this year on this setup from a frog, still waiting on # 1 !!!

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reel;steez 100

rod;cumara 7'2 XF

line;suffix 50lbs orange,with 12 feet dyed black.

frogs;spro(black widow)the big girls think their red wing black birds,lots of them where i fish;)good tip.

and bps humpin toad yellow and green.

anybody know if any of the steez rods would do well for this?

my cumara is 1/4-1oz and it does a good job.do the steez rods run stiffer then the cumara line?please share i have never held one ...yet ;)

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this is my latest fish,last week;)its my core and loomis 894 setup.same line.i have too many combos,but a good issue to have ;DP1000423.jpg

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Loomis MBR844C IMX

Revo SX-HS

Yo-Zuri Hybrid 15lb.

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Thanks for the input. You can tell when you hit with a post by how many responses you get. Good Stuff. Nice fish CoryJames

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Diawa LT  7'6" MH/Fast flipping stick

Shimano Castaic 200SF

50 lb PowerPro

I just rigged it up last night after upgrading jig rod.  I hope this works LOL!!!

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