SPRO® Bronzeye Frog Jr.

   

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2-3/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4/0

Max Diving Depth:
0'

Model:
SBEF60AMZN

Killer Gill

Killer Gill

2-3/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4/0

Max Diving Depth:
0'

Model:
SBEF60KLGL

Natural

Natural

2-3/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4/0

Max Diving Depth:
0'

Model:
SBEF60NTRL

Midnight Walker

Midnight Walker

2-3/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4/0

Model:
SBEF60MNWR

Natural Green

Natural Green

2-3/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4/0

Model:
SBEF60NGRN

Rainforest Black

Rainforest Black

2-3/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4/0

Model:
SBEF60RBLK

Albino White

Albino White

2-3/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4/0

Model:
SBEF60ALBN

Leopard

Leopard

2-3/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
4/0

Model:
SBEF60LPRD
  • Specially weighted for long casts
  • Wild leg-kicking action
  • Weedless
  • Gamakatsu® hooks
Try a lifelike frog with leg-kicking action! Fishing the muck? Tie on a SPRO Bronzeye Frog Jr. and watch the water boil with big bass fury! Specially weighted to cast long and always land on its belly. Wild leg kicking action bass can't ignore. Sleek, mean, and perfectly balanced. Weedless design with premium Gamakatsu hooks.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 76 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Just a needed Bait I bought this spro frog because my other frog of an another company was attacked by a huge turtle that sacrifice his life for tearing up my bait. But my second cast with spro frog jr. I caught a nice 7 lb bass. I love the feel and weed less hooks so I can get it deep into vegetation. I just purchase another. July 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by One of the best frogs on the market The JR Size is great for ponds and lakes that dont have the larger bass you see at other places. The plastic is soft so its easy for the bass to bite down on and expose the hooks. Stays largely weedless. The only major knock i have is the price, at $8.99, it can get expensive to stock these. In summary, a little pricey but one of the few frogs I will consider throwing. I recommend Black and Killer Gill. June 3, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by "floating"frog this is a good bait - not great - but good. you do have to modify it a bit (thats why its not great) the frog works very well in cover, the problem is ... it sinks. the fix--stuff beanbag beads (styrofoam) into the body from where the hook exits til it is about half full. now the frog will float and you can twitch it on the surface. April 9, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by NOT WORTH THE MONEY I took it to my favorite lakes hoping to get the BIG one but never had a bite the whole day. Second day was the same. Weekend after that, a small one. 1 pounder. April 4, 2013
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I love using frogs but the last time I was out with this frog I got about 10 hits and zero fish in the boat. I can get them to strike but not stay on. What should I do differently?
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I have found the most successful way is to wait about 3 seconds...... reel in your slack, wait, and pull hard. If it is difficult to count, just silently say the words... "set - the - hook." then pull. The hooks are so close to the body, you MUST wait until they have it fully in their mouth. I have found they won't just spit it out, so even though it is hard to do, be patient, and wait.
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ok, from my own frogging experience, not sure what you're fishing the frog on. But would recommend braided line if you're using mono. #2, when you get the blow up, wait a second, wind tight and swing. With braid you don't have the stretch factor to deal with and get a solid hook set into the fish even if he's down in the weeds. Hope this helps and good luck.
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i trimmed about an 3/4 or 1 inch off the legs
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I don't. I have read that many do because they think it helps improve their hookset percentage, but my experience has been that I get more hits when the legs are longer..... just learn to be more patient AFTER the strike, and wait a few moments BEFORE setting the hook.
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Dean Rojas says Yes! And to make 1 side a little shorter to help it "Walk".
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I do the same thing. I find that it helps to minimize missed strikes and it will walk better. I also open up the hooks a little with a pair of pliers, to get a better hookset.
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I need to replace the hook and do not know what size it needs i think 3/0 but dont know
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yes its a 3/0
from the Spro Website "Gamakatsu Superline 3/0 EWG Double hook"
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Gamakatsu 3/0 Superline EWG Double Hook
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an opinion really but i like this one even though it costs a bit more
there are many different good ones.
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This is pretty much IT!!, New terminator frog is also really nice
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Too difficult to tell. I have Spro's, Tru-Tungstens, Ribbits, Bigfoots (variations of this too), and even a Snag-Proof. I've got strikes on all of these. Even the ones I didn't think would.
That being said, I found that the Ribbits have enticed as many strikes as the Bigfoots and the Spro's and Tru-Tungstens are going to be a real hit.
My advice is to get a variation depending on your budget because there are times when one lure outfishes the other. It just happens.
As far as durability, the Spro and Tru-Tungsten the whole way. The BigFoots feet usually get ripped out or off. The Ribbits fall apart easily after a few strikes. The Spro and Tru-Tungsten do not.
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how long is this including the tails?
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With tails: 5.5", Body: 2.5"
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I would say between 4-5 inch.
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i'm just coming in to the whole shebang of artificial bait,and i'm not sure how to use some of the the stuff like jigs frogs and tubes.
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Use this bait when you are fishing in heavy weeds. When other baits keep getting hung up in the weeds. You can pull this lure through just about anything and it wont get caught up. I throw it in the weeds, preferably close to some other cover, like a tree stump, or brush, or the bank, then let it sit there a moment. (they often slam it as soon as it hits the water, but other times will swim over and check out the disturbance) after a little while i pop it a couple of times, then reel it in a few feet and let it sit still again. just repeat this over and over until you reel it in, or until it is out of the heavy cover. REMEMBER... be patient, don't set the hook immediately when they strike, they MUST have time to get the lure completely in their mouths or you will inevitably pull the lure out without setting the hook. wait a few seconds, reel in your slack line, point the pole at the fish, then pull as hard as you can.
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Frogs are best for use in very heavy cover in or on top of heavy grass, weeds, whatever.They also can be used in open water with a "walk" or "chugging" retreive. Very important to this or any really effective bait is confidence and staying with it!! 10 or12 casts and putting it done , nothings going to work.
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Play around with it. Try walking the dog. Make it swim fast, maybe pause. Use laydowns and structure for places to swim by. There's really no way to fish it wrong. Mostly, if the bass aren't interested, it may not be your presentation but rather the color, the time of day, the place.
But like I said, play around with it at your favorite watering hole. Places you've caught bass before. Once you get a strike, remember that. That's one way the bass like it!
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They are actually pretty simple to use. Throw it out; let it sit until the ripples die down and then twitch it a few inches. Let it pause and then start twitching again. Sometimes twitch it once; sometimes twitch it two or three times. The hard part with frogs like this are hooking the fish. It takes a little while to get the hang of it. DO NOT set the hook the moment the Bass hits the lure; WAIT until you feel the fish; then rear back HARD and QUICK! I used to miss fish all the time when I first starting using these; my hookup ratio was probably 1 in 10; but now I am probably at 50% or better. Do yourself a favor; take this out fishing and take nothing else along. Its easy to get frustrated and you will want to switch lures; but if you have nothing else you will force yourself to use it. When the bite is on there is nothing more exciting than having a bass hit a frog..........its heart pounding. Good luck!
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