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BOOYAH® Pad Crasher™ and Pad Crasher Jr. Frog

   

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Swamp Frog

Swamp Frog

2-1/2"

1/2 oz.

1

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3/0

Model:
BYPC3900

Leopard Frog

Leopard Frog

2-1/2"

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
3/0

Model:
BYPC3901

Cricket Frog

Cricket Frog

2-1/2"

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
3/0

Model:
BYPC3902

Bullfrog

Bullfrog

2-1/2"

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
3/0

Model:
BYPC3903

Albino Frog

Albino Frog

2-1/2"

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
3/0

Model:
BYPC3904

Kuro Frog

Kuro Frog

2-1/2"

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
3/0

Model:
BYPC3905

Swamp Frog

Swamp Frog

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
2/0

Leopard Frog

Leopard Frog

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
2/0

Model:
BYPC2901

Cricket Frog

Cricket Frog

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
2/0

Model:
BYPC2902

Bullfrog

Bullfrog

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Hook Size:
2/0

Model:
BYPC2903
  • Hollow belly catches water for easy, frog-walking action
  • Flow-thru design prevents lure from taking on water and weeds
  • Tough double hook and interior weighting system for strong hookups  
The BOOYAH Pad Crasher and Pad Crasher Jr Frogs are topwater hollow-body frogs that sport a bass boat-style belly which catches water for the easiest ''frog-walking'' action in open water. The Pad Crasher's flow-thru design drains the lure with every twitch, preventing it from taking on water, catching weeds, and sinking. A rugged double hook and interior weighting system assure positive hookups. Work effectively in the slop and walk back and forth like a Spook in open water.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 57 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by can't wait to use it There are no bass pro shops near me in Jersey so when I get to FLA. can't wait to shop there wish I buggeted more money March 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great frog! Haven't used the Jr., but the original size works great for most conditions. The color options are good, but I try not to overthink frog colors and go with something either light or dark, depending on conditions. The hooks are good, it rarely takes on water, the legs and body are durable, and this frog is super easy to walk. Even just bobbed or popped along, or hopped from pad to pad, this frog is a producer! March 7, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good I bought two or three of these little buggers for some large bass and I was so excited to use them. I used it for the first time in summer and i got some good bites. Then i had a monster on my line i set the hook and got him to the boat and it came out. THe same thing happened to my brother a week after that. February 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by My secret weapon I have this in the Bull Frog color and the Bass just can't stay off of it. I was trying to decide between this frog and one from Livetarget. This is half the price and I decided I might as well have one from both companies since I already have a Livetarget frog. This one feels a lot more durable and the colors are sharper. The body feels squishier, stickier, and more durable. After running it with a couple of Bass the body and legs have held up better than I thought it would. The frog is easy to use and is deadly. The hooks are sharp and don't catch on anything. Overall I like this frog and plan on purchasing some other colors soon. January 1, 2014
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Just curious to those bass fishermen which colors you find best!
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I find any natural color to work best for me, such as the leopard frog.
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Albino, Kuro, and bullfrog preform the best
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Kuro Frog or the Leopard frog. My two sons and I have used both and had bites with each color.
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What ever color your frogs are that's what u use
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leopard
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my buddy has used the leppord frog andyellowand black with good results in ny.
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it realy does not matter they all work.
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bull frog and leopard were killing for me last year. bought white as well didnt use it yet. keep casting!!!
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any color as long as its white
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the green one!
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Blacks and whites.
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Hey! wondering which color you guys have caught some nice bass on
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I use 2 colors - bullfrog, which has some yellow mixed in with the white belly, and the cricket, which is a straight white belly. Depending on the predominant frogs in the area and water clarity, both colors have produced well.
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Kuro, Albino, and bullfrog
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the 2 inch cricket was the first we tried and it was great. tried the albino but this is only made in 2 1/2 inches with bigger hooks. it made not difference to the bass. these are really sweet lures. i have been fly fishing for bass the last 25 years and these lures are so good i have changed to casting.
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Kuro Frog or the Leopard Frog. Both worked.
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leopard
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You only need two colors. Black and one with a white belly. You just have to experiment for the day
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The greenish one!
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swamp yellow is my choice
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Any thing is really possible, but i strongly recommend using braided line. The reason for this is that often with a frog like this you will be fishing in heavy cover so when the bass eat it and dive back into the weeds you now have to drag all of that excess weight out. With braided line you only have to worry about your not breaking. Hope this helps! check out this BASS i caught yesterday on this bait!
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yes i would if you were going into heavy cover you use spider wire green 65lb braid
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Use braid, 30-65 pound depending on your enviroment
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if its braid yes mono no.iam just getting into frog fishing more and i went to a bait castor with a medium rod .i usually fish with a spinning reel with a medium rod with mono and have lost some nice bass .i am switching spinning reels tofluoro carbon.bait castor with braidto handle the heavy stuff
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no you could not because it is soposed to be used in lilly pads and a big fish and alot of weeds so your line would snap.
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i use 30# braid and a 7'6" flipping set up. i fish these frogs in heavy cover. have had to really pull a few of the bass out once they swallowed the frog. i wouldnt go that light with the line for cover.
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U could use it but good chance u gonna lose frog because of break off if ur in the slop I use 50-65 lb braid
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In open water you could, in the weeds, i use 20.
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You could, but with the action I get, I'd break a line if using that low weight. I'd recommend no smaller than 10 pound test.
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Could you....Yes. Should you....No. Frogs generally are used to fish some pretty narly cover such as lilly pads and grass. When a fish hits it will take the lure back down in a hurry and wraps the line around everything it can. For that reason it helps to have line with very little stretch and with the power to pull them right out of the cover. For that reason braid is the perfect choice for Frog Fishing. It is very strong and does not stretch and you can get high lb. test in very thin line. Plus it floats which even helps more. I would go with braid with atleaste 24 lb but if you're in an area with big fish go with 50 lb.
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No way 30 pound braid at least
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The length of the body alone please

And then the length of both the body and legs. But please both.

Also is it really so soft that it breaks very easily? Thanks
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The body is just about 2 1/2 inches long. the strings for the legs are just about 3 1/2 inches long. 6 inches all together.
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i dont know the lenth of the frog or legs but some times the hooks move but is durable i have had 6lb bass and 4 pound pike bite it
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Body 2.5"
body and legs 6"

I haven't had a problem with the body breaking. It seems to be fairly durable.
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6 inches with the legs.
4.5 body
No they are very durable, so you will be able to catch a lot of big fish on them.
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Without bustin out the tape measure, the frog is around 2-2/12 inches and the legs are double that so you can trim to what you need. I fished thick lilly pads and landed 10+ fish( not counting the ones that didnt get the hook) in just a few hours. Durability is fantastic!
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the body alone is about 2.5". overall about 5". its not to soft very durable,
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No it is pretty durable. The body is about 2" inches, and the tail adds another inch. It is a must have. Try the grey one.
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Most seem to have a white belly? If thats the case does color really matter? I mean isnt the belly the only side the fish can see?
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Well the albino frog is the only one with a pure white belly. The similar ones are a little tinted but all of them preform well
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I does somewhat. This frog sinks a bit. If a bass sees it from behind while it's a few inches down below the surface than color does have some definite value.
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color on the bottom doesnt madder at all and no the frog almost hops on lily pads and it turn over but not hard that it hooks of the pads i recommend it in the leopard color
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yes color matters but you only need two. A black one and a white bellied one
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Fish can see farther through the water than humans; with that being said, then the color of the frog does matter. Just like matching a crank bait to the local bait fish in the body of water you fish in, you would want to get a frog bait that looks as much like the local frog population as possible.
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If you fish slow and leave it sitting for a while they see a little of the top too. If you fish fast the fish don't care its all instincts at that point
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Most of the real frogs out there have white bellies and that is what your trying to imitate.

I usually will toss black or darker frogs in really murky water anyways.

When the water is clear I toss the more natural looking frogs because the fish will have a longer time to view the lure from a distance.

Experiment and give them what they want to eat.
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i have caught fish on different frog colors.
i dont think color matter too much as long as you walk the dog with the frog.

of course, the only time the color would mater is on water clarity. just my .02
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I hope this helps you, only in some cases can game fish see the under belly . Game fish Depending on the level of energy, will approach a lure or bait fish by, Head ramming on prey.If you've ever hooked a fish on the out side of the head, most the time that's the case. Most fish have that white under belly of course, but its is also important to have added colors of prey Your favorite game fish eat ,so that there is no hesitance in attack. you can usually see hesitance when a fish is moving and stopping almost the same way the lure your using, as if it was tailgating because something might be off about the coloration of the lure.

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It does matter a little depending on the conditions outside. Mainly cloud cover. Not all frogs have the white belly. Depends on the area that you are in. I recomend any frog with a white or black belly. They strike on the action not so much on color. If you want to be safe there is a Spro frog that looks like a penguin. That works great.
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It's pre-hooked with dual #4 Gamakatsu hooks.
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pad crasher 4/0 gamakatsu

pad crasher Jr. 3/0 gamakatsu
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The hook come out the bottom of the body and splits into 2 that go next to the tail parts. When a fish bites the body is pushed down and the hooks are revealed, after catching one you usually have to push the hooks back into the body.
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A double hook that arches over the rear back of the body of the frog. Makes it virtually weed free.
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my favorite thing is it comes pre-rigged.
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If you are referring to the brand, these use Gamakatsu Hooks........top of the line!
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A number 3 or 4 gamakatsu wide gap or skip gap hook is what i use.
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