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Bass Pro Shops® Kermy Frog

   

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Boa

Boa

2-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
KF9
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  • SKU: 1835360

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Orca

Orca

2-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
KF10
  • $6.29

  • SKU: 1835361

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Python

Python

2-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
KF11
  • $6.29

  • SKU: 1835362

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Anaconda

Anaconda

2-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
KF13
  • $6.29

  • SKU: 1835363

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Tropical Yellow

Tropical Yellow

2-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
KF1
  • $6.29

  • SKU: 1655587

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Natural Green

Natural Green

2-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
KF2
  • $6.29

  • SKU: 1655588

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Midnight

Midnight

2-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
KF3
  • $6.29

  • SKU: 1655589

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Lightning

Lightning

2-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
KF4

Camouflage

Camouflage

2-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
KF5
  • $6.29

  • SKU: 1655591

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Tree Frog

Tree Frog

2-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
KF6
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  • SKU: 1655592

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Measles

Measles

2-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
KF7
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  • SKU: 1761408

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  • Realistic body design
  • Superactive silicone rubber legs
Guaranteed to bring Miss Hawggy charging in for a place at the dinner table. Incredibly realistic body design cuts through the wind and lands belly-down, ready to start kickin' its way through the heaviest cover. Superactive silicone rubber legs respond to every movement of your rod tip. Exciting blowups await!
Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 99 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Top Water Lure First, let me say there is no perfect lure that exists. None. This top water frog works great for me. I've used many types of frogs and this will be my forever "go-to" top water lure. Great movement, many different variations of making it dance, excellent action. The weights do sometimes fall out, but I've only experienced this if I accidentally bounce it off of a tree in mid-cast flight or after taking lots of abuse from bass strikes. I recommend this to anyone and everyone. Try the midnight color. July 21, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by bad frog this frog looks good, but that's about it the weight of the frog is not quite right seems a little light. the action is s off and it takes on water too fast and it starts to sink. July 5, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by All bad thing sinks like a stone. i read the reviews and thought how bad could it be. It wouldn't sink any faster if it was made of rocks. first cast came back sub surface never got any better after that. cant beleve Bass pro would put there name on something like this June 30, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Not sure about other reviews... I'm an avid bass fisherman and I spend 95% of my time in the shallowest, sloppiest spots in the lake. I bought one of these about a month ago and have literally caught over 60 largemouth on it. It is now looking pretty weathered and beat up, so I have ordered a few more. Maybe they fixed the leaking that everyone else mentions, because mine has been leak free the whole time. Some people have complained saying that the action of the frog isn't very good...the action of the frog is the fishermans responsibility, not the frog! June 30, 2014
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I fish a snag proof frog and it works great over heavy algae milfoil and reeds will the Kermy do the same.
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The Kermy Frog works over cover well and is heavier than the Snag Proff Frog so you can make longer casts to avoid spooking fish.
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they wont snag bad but they most likely not work worth a lick for you. they do not attract bites
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Great in heavy cover, and the Kermy will do the same. But its poor quality paintjob makes it an inferior product. (paint peeled off within several casts)Get the Snag Proof Frog!
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I feel that it will. I fished the Kermy last weekend in some thick pads and had no trouble with it. caught some nice bass on as well. good hookset and fish came right to the boat.
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ya!and it sits in the water deeper,so hook-ups seem better, trim the legs if you want or add glass beads to the inside
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I would go with more of a big foot frog or cause that frog is not very good.
3 years, 3 months ago
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Are they 5/8oz?

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I think there a tad bit lighter than that.
3 years, 5 months ago
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They are 3/8
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On my digital kitchen scale, they show up as 1/2 (.5) oz.
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because they have a cheap finish and theu are not made as well as other frogs, spend the extra money and get a spro!
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Because they are junk! Buy spro or koppers.
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i think you get what you pay for, kermy for me does not work as well as a spro, but some1 on a tight budget can get a cpl frogs for a decent price. for me the plastic on the kermy is too hard, and fishing the thickest slop on the pond ive found it does not glide over as well.
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Because it doesn't have the Name Spro on it. It is the same quality
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the are the bass pro brand that is a lesser quality frog
4 years, 3 months ago
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This frog is exactly like the spro frog, Remember its not the product you buy its the name your buying.
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Yes, only one does.
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the white frog does and I think another does too,look at the color chart has the bottoms as well
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Yeah, they're all white bellies because the paint peels off.
3 years, 4 months ago
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3 models do.
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Yes they do we have some in anniston al
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The bottom of colors 01, 02, and 05 are yellow. The bottom of colors 03 and 04 are black (04 has some yellow markings). The bottom of color 06 has some white on it but it also has some light orange. (see attached photo of 06)
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generally with darker water you want to use a darker color
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I used the lightening one. It's black with yellow markings. I also have the green frog color. have not fished it yet. But I think that the darker colors work good in light stained water.
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I would go with midnight(a.k.a. black)
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05 0r maybe 06 but i would go with 05 i have fished the 05 color in merkey water with great success
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I used the green frog also the yellow and green in stained water last weekend.. worked great..
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I 'd use any frog with a white belly on sunny day's and a black frog on cloudy day's.Dean Rojas uses a black frog most of the time in any conditions from what I've heard.Hope this helped.
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They are bigger than the spro jr. and maybe about the same as the regular spro.
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It looks in my box smaller than the spro(just a bit) and bigger than the Jr.(just a bit)
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They are the same size as the original spro Bronzeye.
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These frog's a the same size as the regular size Spro's not the jr. frog's.
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These colors seem to be identical to the SPRO frogs?
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This product is made by the Bass Pro Shops line. Many companies use the same but altered colors for their baits, especially when pertaining to frogs.
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Very close if not the same.
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No, they are a Bass Pro Shops brand.
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They are not made by Spro. They are made by a BPS vendor.
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These frog's are very similar to the spro frog's.The color's dont seem to be quite as good as the spro's, but it's very close.Buy these they are Identicle to the spro's,even the same sticky sharp hook's.
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Can't seem to find a weight online or in the catlog.
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they say 5/8 oz.
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these are really light, id say 3 to 4 ounces tops. they cast really good for there weight too
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its 5/8 oz
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I fish lake mead and go for bass. PLEASE REPLY
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Yes.
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yes it does have a dark bottom
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yes it does
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I was wondering if the plastic is soft enough for a better hook set and how do they do with keeping the water out?
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plastic is soft. but like most frogs, water does get inside. just a quick squeeze and the water comes right out
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they do good at keeping water out but they do not sit level in open water and also they get hung on lily pads sometimes.
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This is a soft bait and the water stay out for the most part. after a few cast just give him a little squeeze and the little bit of water that got in squirts out. it works good with a bit of water left so when you stop movement the hind end sits slightly deeper just like a real frog does.
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Yes these frogs are exactly like the spro frogs. I use them all over florida they are tough enough for the heavy cover done here but soft enough for the bass not to spit out.
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The plastic is a little stiffer than it is with other frogs. I had 10 strikes with 4 being taken down and only wound up with one fish. This could have been my fault too. As far as the water, I have to squeeze out the water after every 3-4 casts.
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We designed these to keep water out but as with all hollow bodied baits some water will get in over time. Also the plastic has about the same softness as the other major brand frogs. They are very comparable.
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