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Green / Yellow

Green / Yellow

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
FGH45T500

Tan / Brown

Tan / Brown

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
FGH45T502

Brown/Black

Brown/Black

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
FGH45T503

Green / Sienna

Green / Sienna

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
FGH45T509

Yellow/Blue

Yellow/Blue

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
FGH45T511

Green / Brown

Green / Brown

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
FGH45T508

Green / Brown

Green / Brown

2-1/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
FGH55T508

Green / Sienna

Green / Sienna

2-1/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
FGH55T509

Yellow/Blue

Yellow/Blue

2-1/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
FGH55T511

Green / Brown

Green / Brown

2-5/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
FGH65T508

Green / Sienna

Green / Sienna

2-5/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
FGH65T509

Yellow/Blue

Yellow/Blue

2-5/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
FGH65T511

Fluorescent Green/Yellow

Fluorescent Green/Yellow

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
FGH45T512

Bright Green

Bright Green

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
FGH45T513

Fluorescent Green/Yellow

Fluorescent Green/Yellow

2-1/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
FGH55T512

Bright Green

Bright Green

2-1/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
FGH55T513

Fluorescent Green/Yellow

Fluorescent Green/Yellow

2-5/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
FGH65T512

Bright Green

Bright Green

2-5/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
FGH65T513

Emerald Brown

Emerald Brown

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
1

Max Diving Depth:
0'

Model:
FGH45T514

Albino White

Albino White

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
1

Max Diving Depth:
0'

Model:
FGH45T516

Emerald Brown

Emerald Brown

2-1/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
1/0

Max Diving Depth:
0'

Model:
FGH55T514

Albino White

Albino White

2-1/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
1/0

Max Diving Depth:
0'

Model:
FGH55T516

Emerald Brown

Emerald Brown

2-5/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2/0

Max Diving Depth:
0'

Model:
FGH65T514

Albino White

Albino White

2-5/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2/0

Max Diving Depth:
0'

Model:
FGH65T516

Green / Yellow

Green / Yellow

2-1/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
FGH55T500

Tan / Brown

Tan / Brown

2-1/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
FGH55T502

Brown/Black

Brown/Black

2-1/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
FGH55T503

Green / Yellow

Green / Yellow

2-5/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
FGH65T500

Yellow/Black

Yellow/Black

2-5/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
FGH65T501

Tan / Brown

Tan / Brown

2-5/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
FGH65T502

Brown/Black

Brown/Black

2-5/8"

3/4 oz.

1

Model:
FGH65T503
  • Astounding detail
  • Hollow-bodied frog
  • Precise spots, ears, front arms, and bulging eyes
  • Ultra-soft yet durable body
  • Better collapsibility for more hook-ups
  • Foolproof weedless design   
The detail here is astounding--you've never seen a hollow-bodied frog this realistic! Precise spots, ears, front arms, and bulging eyes. Ultra-soft yet durable body offers better collapsibility for more hook-ups, and the foolproof weedless design lets you chunk it into those water-thickets with confidence.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 131 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by This lure is money Purchased a couple of these in the 5/8oz, one being Tan/Brown and the other Green/Yellow and they are absolute money for bass. Last night and this morning this frog netted us a 3.5-4lb, 3lb, 2.5lb, 2.lb, 1.5lb and a couple other small bass, all Largemouth. Love this lure and highly recommend it. Going to grab a couple more just in case I lose one or two out on a trip. I won't ever be caught without these lures. I could go on and on about this lure, just awesome. Hook yourself up with some braid line and a palomar knot and you'll land them every time. June 30, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Choice Tied up this frog for the first time Friday June 6th to fish my home lake of Clear Lake. Was extremely impressed with the frog. the colors are vivid and realistic. The frog did NOT hold water. Habit makes me squeeze the frog every 5 casts or so, but never once did I get a drop out of the LiveTarget Frog. I caught 10 fish that afternoon with two that broke 6 (babies for clear lake) and there is zero damage to the frog. I will continue to throw the same frog this week down in the California Delta. June 9, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Not bad I have not landed a fish yet but have got some bites !Great lure!Great colors out there!Never got snagged. June 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good This is a really good frog lure. Casts well, looks real, sets good, sturdy and long lasting. June 1, 2014
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Do these work well on pike?

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if they are hitting the top of the water i am sure this will work well
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This will work, but will take a lot of damage from the teeth and may not last long.

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I catch pike on the largest frog from kopeks all the time, but know that it will only take a fish or two before your throwing the frog away or super glueing all the teeth slices. but it's a great pike lure.
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I use all three sizes depending on how bass are biting. Mainly the middle size, but have used the larger and smaller when the middle size not working.
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Depend if you want to catch more fish use smaller size if you want to catch bigger fish use bigger size
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1 3/4 is the best
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I use the middle and small sizes. Great big fish lures.
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you can fish this on any water best to use of the banks or anywhere there is a lot of lilly pads or brush
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Watch Dave Mercer's facts of fishing the show on youtube and watch how he uses it. He has some great advice as well. Use this lure in a lake that is full of weeds and heavy vegetation such as lilypads and you will catch a ton of big bass there

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heavy cover/ lily pads
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I use my frog in thick Lilly pads and the fish bust through the pads and almost swallow the frog they want it so bad. But in my lake I will reel it slowly next to the bank and they will explode on it. I have noticed it works better in the evening than the morning
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The best place to fish this bait is in or right next to cover. If its wood or rock sticking out of the water fish it close and stop next to the cover. If you have weeds stop it in the open pockets. Make sure you have a texas rigged worm or craw for a back up in case the fish misses or you pull to quick.
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I would use this top water frog In a pond stream even a lake that has Lilly pads or trees in the water stuff where a bass would be close to the bank you got to think like the fish :) the pic i attached was a bass i caught in some dead Lilly pads with the live target top water frog 2nd cast also in 50 something degree weather also you don't have to do much with the lure just reel if you want but the frog is ment to do the walk the dog
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Slow n walk the dog action anywhere around weeds n Lilly Pads weed edge
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Most of the fish I've caught with it were in lily pads usually by a drop off.
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you fish it like any other frog you use the walk the dog methot or do slow retrives or short litle jerks you fish it over heavy cover to open water.
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Yes. I use this frog and the scum frog. I have tried almost all other brands and keep coming back to these two.
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this is a very good buy you get what you pay for
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Believe me, it's definitely worth the money. very durable and VERY realistic.

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Best frog on the market, worth every dime.
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yes i bought a green one in two differnt sizes and they both work great !!
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Can't tell much difference between these type frogs but just know I did well on a small lake that I had previously struggled on with frogs.
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Without a doubt. I was hesitant at first because of the price, but it did not take long for me to fall in love with them. Purchased yellow/black and green/yellow and have killed it with them. You will not be dissapointed.
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yes it is pricey but worth it
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it is a good buy. As soon as i bought it i went down to the creek near my hous and cought a four pounder on the first throw.
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Yes, for 2 reasons. If you buy the "scum frog" brand of frog, you'll be constantly be clearing weeds from the front eye and the hooks because of the body on that brand being so soft. Live target frogs are nearly as soft, but the hook design puts the hooks right against the body and the eye blends into the front of the bait to minimize the amount of weeds that can collect on it. Secondly, Live Target has WAY better color patterns that truly look lifelike. Anymore I only buy 2 brands of frogs, Spro (for their pop-r style) and Live Target.
Plus, you'll be amazed at how many bites you'll get with the Live Target than with scum frog or snag proof..
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Yes. They are a little on the expensive side to start with but they are durable. Caught 37 fish (up to eight pounds) before I retired the last one. If you do the math that's probably less money that I would have spent fishing plastic worms.
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this frog is very durable and should hold up to the teeth
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ive had many pike bite this frog and it hasnt ripped at all
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No way their teeth would tare it
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Although this is a very durable lure it won't stand up to the abuse of Snake Head. Try Zoom Super Flukes. Use Superline hooks as Snake Heads will tear up the standard variety
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i would think they would tear this frog pretty easily. You might be better off just going with a cheaper frog anyway. I don't Snakeheads are all that picky.
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You want the frog to spin off the hooks so the soft body doesn't tear when the fish thrashed or it gets caught up on something. Just takes a second and it's back to normal ready to catch more fish.
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Make sure you are using proper equipment. I throw my Frog's on 50lb Braided spectra pro. I also use a 7'2 MH X-fast tip rod. 7:1 is recommended with frogs because bass have a tendency to come towards you and you need to retrieve that line to ensure a proper hook set.

I still lose some(everybody does)

Also, are you sure your hooking them? Bass can move fast enough that they put slack in the line when they grab the frog, so make sure you have slack up before setting the hook, Also make sure you are not trying to set the hook right away, give them a couple of moments to take it in.

I intentionally fish with my rod tip down so by the time i bring slack in and set the hook, its been long enough for them to take the bait.

i make zero alterations to this bait and caught 70% of my bass on this bait last year.
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I wouldn't. It's just one of those thing that can be very tough. you may be trying to set the hook to soon, or maybe the fish just isn't taking it all in. Keep trying.
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I wouldnt modify it either. Frog hookups are sometimes pretty vicious and if the hook didnt slide out, it would probably tear the frog.
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Don't modify it. I prefer to leave it as is, when they hit it that hard, they really want it! Modifying it will reduce the hook-ups.
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To tell you the truth look to see what the most common frog type is around the areas you fish but I would most recommend the fluorescent green and yellow I use the 5/8oz but its all about the angler style of weight they use I live in Missouri and caught this 6 pounder 2nd cast into some dead Lilly pads on the fluorescent green and yellow
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Lepord frog color
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I really don't think it's that big of a deal. Based on the fact you are usually fishing them in bunch of cover and the fish are only looking at the bottom.
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Id use the brown frog, i caught a 4lb bass on the first of that lure over thick alge and pond weed, i think the brown is more natural.
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You live next to Chickamauga Lake. Both colors will work, but light brown might be slightly better.
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I bought the green and the light brown and it seems to me that the light brown seem to produce more fish.
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Yellow/Green
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light brown
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Not sure it matters all that much. I have hooked numerous bass on the brighter green model but both are white underbellies and that's all the bass is seeing.

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I have the green and havent caught a fish yet but if you have the money get green and light brown.
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I only have the light brown, but plan to buy the green yellow next. It's really all in the movement.
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I am fishing fairly murky water in Ontario...wondering which color has caught most bass?
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Fluorescent Green/Yellow
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I would say for murky water and a all around good bass catcher would be jet black. Its easy for the fish to see in the day even if its overcast and for dirty water it stands out best.
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Ive always been told

light days= light colors

Dark days= Dark colors

murky water= bright colors

Clear water= Neutral colors

So evaluate your conditions, and fish the appropriate bait
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I agree with the others, Dark colors should work. But if you see a frog in that region with a different color, then you should get that color. But, the flourescent color might get the attention of a fish better than dark color.
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In murky or muddy water, fish with dark colors. ie: black.
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I would try the light brown one I also have the green one and it seems to me that the light brown one produced more fish..
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