H&H Lures Swamp Frog
H&H Lures has acquired a cult following throughout the bassin' world, and this productive, high-action Swamp Frog is in part why. The Swamp Frog is made from super-soft plastic with a sleek, simplistic design—very natural. Pitch the frog to shorelines or pads and work it slowly on top; big bass will literally blow it out of the water!
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by FLfisherman555 Best frog on the market AWESOME frog. Idk why people are saying the legs dont have movement....must be blind. Not only the best frog on the market, but probably the most affordable. Watermelon seed texas rigged with a 3/0 worm hook and a 1/8 oz bullet weight and your golden. April 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by bigbillogna ...smaller frog...to pull the bogg... ...like...i scored a sack of these back in 2005 bp spring fling and i still have a few... ...they are a smaller frog and are a good bait for spinning riggs...i use a 1/0 hook and the pond bass have given lots of love with these frogs...(i have the pearl green flavor)... ...i have had no real issues with the h&h parts the legs dont kick as a skirted frog has the action ...butt...these frogs are a worthy bait...quite a few for the $ and mine last a bit longer than one or two feesh ...!* these would be a great way to show the young ones how to use a frog...!* April 13, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by ronjon996 ronjon996 Do not buy!If you looking online,these frogs are tinny and have no action.Not worth the soft plastic their made.The worst frog I ever bought.I fish everyday,mostly with frogs.They look like they would be good,but they are garbage.Junk from Honuras.As you can tell I'm alittle mad,bought online.Do let the picture fool you.super tinny no action junk. January 28, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by royparrott swamp frog I stumbled across these frogs at a swap meet three years ago and tried them one day when the bass just werent biting on anything we where useing so i tried the frog and man did the big bass come alive the tore up 2 of the 5 i had that day and we caught several bass that where 2 plus pounds and one was 6 pounds after that when the wouldnt bite i bought out the trusty swamp frog and could cacth fish to be truthful i didnt know what they were call i just knew i wanted more but could not find them anywhere we tried local bait shops that have found things for us before but not these some stuff was close but the didnt work as well. We went to the Iowa fishermans swap meet and boat show but knowone had seen them we finally found a guy who though he knew who made the and in searching the internet i found then on the Bass Pro web stie and odered every color they had except whiteand i have used them aready this year with great success i get greif about the frogs i use but i tell them to try them i would highly reccomend them to everyone to put them in there tackle box for the days the fish are being stubbarn i think the will have as much fun with them as i do im glad you have them in your stores so if i run out i can find them again. thak you for your diversity in baits that rural fisherman can find April 26, 2011
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Details:I've used Stanley jigs ribbits, but they don't float, and since some of the reviewers commented on it's lighter weight or ability to make long pauses I was wondering if that meant that they float. If they don't then I would appreciate any recommendations for any floating frog.
A:They do. I could also highly reccomend KVD's Sexy Frog. It's a great bait, works very well, even caught 3 on it in under an hour tonight. Hope this helps!
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