Incredibly realistic frog body cuts through the wind, always lands belly-down, and with its super-active kickin’ silicone legs, brings massive blowups. You get all six of our hot colors, ready to call Miss Hawggy to the dinner table!
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bassing1 Kermy Frog
The Kermy frog has performed well in thick
mated cover and in dense tree cover. It fishes
great and easy to work in windy and calm waters.
I would have no problem recommending this bait
July 11, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Simo14 Satisfied
I was and still am very satisfied with this product! It is very lifelike and bass love it. Although, it gets annoying having to emtpy water after every 3 casts. It's skirts that hang down, send out action making movements and flashing! Perfect for attracting pressured bass!
May 8, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by FrogMan007 Kermy Kit
Haven't have much chance using them just yet but the frogs were not as soft as my other ones and does not float/swim as I expected. The frogs are too hard, making it more difficult to set the hook when you have a hit.
October 5, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by NitroAZ Can't Believe BPS Puts Their Name on Them
Absolutely the worst product I have ever purchased from BPS. I was hoping that the reviews up till now were due to a bad batch, doesn't appear to be the case. Paint was off all but one frog in the box before it was ever opened. If you want to throw white plastic frogs this is the product for you. Unfortunate as these are very similar to the Spro and could be a great value but quality needs some serious attention. BPS - listen to your customers!
June 28, 2011
Whats the deal with these? So many people complaining about the paint coming off. I bought 1 and have no problems with it, caught just as many as my spro. Are the current issues just a bad batch or what?
You cast it into any area that has weeds or lily pads that you can see or somewhere where the bass have been hitting top. Cast it right onto cover and let it sit for a second then retrieve it slowly gliding it over the cover. I like to stop once in a while and just let it sit then twitch it and glide it some more.
I fish this lure on a 7'6" bass pro shops tourney special rod with heavy action and 30lb spiderwire ezbraid. My favorite way to fish it is to toss it into heavy cover and twitch it a few times before a stop and go retrieve back to the boat.
I like to drag them over lily pads, be sure not to set the hook to early. Let them hit the bait then wait untill you feel the fish on your rod, then set it. If they miss the bait leave it there and twitch it, sometimes they'll try to hit it again.