Gambler Cane Toad
Best buzz frog bait!
Best frogs PERIOD! Look no further, ive used many frogs from zoom horn toads to wave worms tiki toads. This frog ticks the bass off. They hate it and just destroy it when i buzz it on top of cover or near weed lines. I caught fish left and right on these cane toads a couple days ago. Had a 7Lb, couple of 5's. a pair of 4's a few 3's and the smallest was 2 1/2 lbs. I throw mine with 50lb braid, with a 5/0 owner offset hook. Just do yourself a favor and purchase more than one bag. I went through a 5 pack bag in 2 days.
April 26, 2012
My first time ever using them, got slammed 3 times and missed two. They swim great, and hold up well even after being hit multiple times, even by Gar!
Sturdy, nice weight, amazing action, and nice color schemes!
July 17, 2013
best buzzing frog on the market. i have used this frog exclusively for the past year. it produces a different sound than competitors and the fish can tell the difference. when you stop retrieiving the cane toad and let it fall, the legs will actually flutter as it falls, unlike the zoom product. when i encounter fish that will only follow the bait, all i do i stop retrieving and let it fall. 9 times out of 10 the finicky fish will bite. these frogs come impregnated with sent which is also comes in handy in these situations. i rig the bait on a gamakatsu 5/0 superline ewg hook and throw it on 40-50 lb power pro braid. absoluely dynomite over matted vegetation and in shallow water.
September 30, 2007
I use a variety of soft plastics with a variety of hooking techniques. The Cane Toad is part of my arsenal because it's unique. That means fish. You can rig it with no weight or you can Florida rig it. Sometimes I use a very small weight (Gambler or Bass Pro screw in weights, Gambler has rattles in theirs) to get it just under the surface, and still get up on the lilly pads.
November 19, 2009