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Lake Fork Trophy Lures Fork Frog

   

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Green Pumpkin

4"

5

Model:
1130-609
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Watermelon Red Pearl

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5

Model:
1130-708
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Watermelon Chartreuse Pepper

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5

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1130-366
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Trigger strikes and catch the big bass you're casting for with Lake Fork Tackle's 4'' Fork Frog. The Fork Frog's legs are positioned at a 90 degree angle to the body which creates more resistance. The resistance slows the Fork Frog down enough to where you can effectively fish it slow, so big fish won't have to scramble for a meal. Featuring all the physical features of a real frog, with the paddle feet creating more fish-attracting surface commotion helping fish zero in on the frog.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bass Love Em I was amazed how the bass would hold on to this bait when the hook wasn't set. It has a very soft natural feel, cast well and makes a lot of sound/action as top water bait. Seems to be a big bass bait that worked when others were not, even during the heat of the day. These will be a permanent part of my bass fishing arsenal. Roy H. June 24, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good bait Great bait for getting the big ones. Fished them slow off the bottom weightless. The only bad thing they shoot up the line after hooking one and aren't much good after that. June 4, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Best of the Frogs I just blew through 7 packs of these on a fishing trip to a friend's ranch in TX, yup, near Lake Fork. They brought bass from everywhere. I wonder though, why, when rigged weedless with an offset hook, they have a tendency to GO UPSIDE DOWN on the retrieve? The bass certainly didn't mind but it shouldn't work that way. Anyway, I'd recommend these to anyone who loves top water action and isn't afraid of tossing lures into junk. May 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by One of the best frogs ever. Great action,loud and perfect wieght.Easy to set up on than a Ribbit.One of the best frogs I ever used.I fish just about everyday,mostly with frogs,these frogs are great! January 28, 2012
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Frog This or Cane Toad?

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i spend too much cash on fishing stuff and im looking into getting a frog
with this i would use ewg worm hook
but what would be best this or the cane toad?
and how does this work in heavy thick algae
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I use this in delaware ponds where algae is heavy. Catches some algae but overall worth it
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The Lake Fork Frog would be my choice with a 3/0 or 4/0 offset hook rigged weedless. Just scored huge in TX throwing into weeds and pads. I'd recommend braided line though because the bass will head straight into the junk once they take this and hauling them out will be impossible with mono.
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of course, you can never spend too much money on fishing gear. However, in the event that you are strapped for cash, I have had success with the scum frog or the tournament scum frog, which are both pre-rigged frogs that float. The frogs you are talking about are made of a softer plastic material that doesn't float, I can tell you that the Stanley Jigs Ribbit frog is probably the best one in that department, but if you are deciding between those two the Lake Fork Tackle is definitely your best bet.
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they will both work about the same, it's your preference in what you like and how the fish react and how you fish it. get a bag of both, they are fairly cheap and fish em, that's the only way to find out which one you like best. i've tried 4 or 5 different frogs, but down to just two I prefer
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