Bass Pro Shops® 49-Piece Humpin' Toad Kit
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The Bass Pro Shops® 49-Piece Humpin' Toad Kit assembles 48 Humpin' Toad Lures—eight each in six different colors. The Humpin’ Toad is one of our most popular soft plastic baits. The Toad stirs up frenzied topwater action with paddle feet that whirl and twirl. Just toss it onto a pad, crawl it off, let it sink a second, and then reel it in. Odds are, you’ll catch the attention of a big bass. The lure’s soft belly makes it easy to rig with a double-prong frog hook. Length: 4" each. Made in USA.
Colors in kit may vary from image shown; sorry, specific color requests cannot be accommodated.
- Incites frenzied topwater action
- Paddle feet whirl and twirl
- Soft belly is easy to rig
- Includes 3600 series Plano Box
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 8
Rated 5 out of 5 Great deal
Slow moving , nice chugging sound on surface, nice leg vibes if you fish them deep, very versatile bait.
September 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stimy66 humpin toads
The humpin toads are great and the action is awesome the bass i caught was just a hair to small to keep and it followed it all the way to the bank before he hit it. totally recommend to any one to try you will be amazed.
June 14, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by ChrisinWI Nice assortment of Frogs
I use these frogs with the Ribbit hooks sold by BPS in size 4/0. They fit perfectly and rig easily.
The frogs have good action, life like coloring and are soft enough for the fish to hang on when they strike. They also have a nice weight, allowing a precise cast.
They may tear up a bit easier being soft, but at this price for 48 frogs, you won't be out much if one rips loose on a strike or after a couple fish.
I recommend this to anyone for getting into frog fishing and looking for a good kit to use.
March 25, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by BlakeInOH Best Soft Bodied Frog for the Money
These are my go to baits in the dead of summer. When the grass starts to protrude from the water, throw these. I rig them with a 5/0 wide gap and at least 50lb braided line. You're going to be getting into some real slop when throwing these so you're going to want to use braid. Cast these out, then retrieve at a steady pace back to keep the legs churning in the water. You want to hear this baby plugging across the surface. Durability is an issue after a few hits, but again, for the money, you really can't beat the Humpin' Toad.
February 20, 2012
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