SPRO Bronzeye Frogs
SPRO® Bronzeye Frogs are sleek, mean, and perfectly balanced. Wild leg kicking action bass can't ignore. Specially weighted to cast long and always land on its belly. Weedless design with premium Gamakatsu® hook.
- Premium Gamakatsu® hook
- Perfectly balanced
- Specially weighted
''I designed the SPRO Bronzeye Frog to be the best on the market, period. Heavy cover or open water, no other frog catches bass like the Bronzeye!''
6-time Bassmaster Classic® Qualifer
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You can buy two pad crashers for the price of one spro or live target
So, you probably should go with a few different colors to fit the situation. I am going to be buying a few of these myself and I am picking #01, #02, #11 or #08.
I hope this helps
natural red is for muddy water or overcast skies.Natural Green is good for bright days and clear water.But Dean Rojas crushed um' up in Wylie back in 04' with black so dont count that color out!
Hi, Hop and pause it like a real frog. A real frog uses his legs and pushes forward, kinda hopping in the water.
'Walk the dog': You must get a good movement going to it, a back and forth action like a spook gets, if you have worked those. A cadence that you begin and the effect is to almost walk it in the same place without moving it forward much at all. This only works in open water as lily pads stop this kind of action. Do this along the tulles or lily pad edges and up under trees. A lily pad should be worked a lot slower, unless you have acres to cover, then faster could be better. Then again, you might switch to a paddle leg frog that covers more water and saves you on the wrist pain hours later.
Or, try both Hop and walk: Toss it to shore, hop it a couple of times, work it over the weeds, grasses or pads, and again, hesitate on the edges of them for a few seconds, then just twitch it once or twice, wait, twitch, wait, then start the walking once in open water back to you.
Otherwise, lily pads, weeds, hydrilla, millfoil, are great places that bass wait for their prey to swim on by.
The way you fish it makes a difference too. Sometimes, the bass can't stand when a frog just sits there and then makes a quick move and stops again. Other times, you have to work it kind of like a buzzbait but with little hops in the water.
Also, don't forget that if you know how to skip these guys, under docks and low lying brush along the shoreline are where many bass also are waiting to pounce.
I hope this helps! Just keep trying and maybe get a few more colors to help.
Hope this helps!!!