Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 60
Rated 5 out of 5 by krak sweet product
I like to use this in the lilies and when i am fishing close to shore. It works great and makes a good poping splash, i bought trailer hooks for them and that seemed to really improve my hook set ratios
May 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by leftty Best Frog ever
The popping frog is awesome , you can fish it in any type of shallow water - grass , brush , trees , pads and I have some of my best luck in do nothing open water. It is best fished on 60lb Sunline FX2 braid , you can cast it a mile and your hook up percentage will go way up because there is no stretch. The bait is very durable , I have one that I have been fishing for three years and have logged over a 100 fish on it and the hooks are still sharp.
April 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by itsabassthing what a bass slayer
Ok so when me and my buddys fish we do biggest fish and most fish game every time last time out with my new bait i was down 3 fish tied on the spro popper and all said in done i won both biggest fish 4 3/4 pounder and caught 4 more fish! this bait is awesome and hook sets are like taking candy from a baby! love this bait and love the spro line of top water baits!
June 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5
by Brentmeister So life-like if fools frogs!
There are other frogs out there at various price points. I have tried several of them. In my experience nothing has the action, durability and hook-up ratio of the spro line of frogs. Often a little bith more money, but well worth it.
I have used the popper and regular Spro Jr with great success over the past two years. When things are dead calm, I will go with the Spro Jr. If there is a little breeze or minor chop on the water, the additional action of the spro popper frog is just right. I have used the popper frog on calm evenings and had good results, but I always believe that the more life-like you can go, the better the chance for a strike.
The popper walks-the-dog better than the regular spro or spro Jr. I always add a medium 'O' ring on the front of the bait as it really helps with the walk the dog action, plus with a quick 'pop' you can make the frog spin 180' - often triggering a strike.
I suggest braid for any frog fishing. If you are having trouble with hook-ups, try counting to three before setting the hook after a blow up or suck down. Also braid will help with the hook-ups.
If you are having trouble with the walk-the-dog, you probably arent allowing enough slack in the line - you need a fair bit of slack to make the bait walk.
This bait is very addictive - it's hard to go back to other baits after you get the hang of it. The spro frogs are also very realsitic - it even fooled a bullfrog in my pond, just look at the attached photo.
June 14, 2012