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SPRO® Bronzeye Popper

   

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2-3/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4/0

Max Diving Depth:
0'

Model:
SBEPP60AMZN
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  • SKU: 2043161

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Killer Gill

Killer Gill

2-3/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4/0

Max Diving Depth:
0'

Model:
SBEPP60KLGL
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  • SKU: 2043162

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Natural

Natural

2-3/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4/0

Max Diving Depth:
0'

Model:
SBEPP60NTRL
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  • SKU: 2043163

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Green Tree

Green Tree

2-3/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
3/0

Model:
SBEPP60GRNT
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  • SKU: 1545616

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Midnight Walker

Midnight Walker

2-3/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
3/0

Model:
SBEPP60MNWR
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  • SKU: 1545618

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Natural Green

Natural Green

2-3/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
3/0

Model:
SBEPP60NGRN
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Natural Red

Natural Red

2-3/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
3/0

Model:
SBEPP60NRED
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Tropical White

Tropical White

2-3/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
3/0

Model:
SBEPP60TRPW
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  • SKU: 1545622

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Leopard

Leopard

2-3/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
3/0

Model:
SBEPP60LPRD
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  • SKU: 1545617

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Nasty Shad

Nasty Shad

2-3/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Hook Size:
3/0

Model:
SBEPP60NSHD
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  • SKU: 1751646

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  • Concave face
  • Loud popping action
  • Draws bass from heavy cover
  • 3/0 Gamakatsu® hooks
The SPRO Bronzeye draws lurking bass from heavy cover with the loud popping action created by the concave face. Specially designed with 3/0 Gamakatsu hooks for solid hookups every time.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 62 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by Outstanding lure Have used Spro Frogs before, but never the poppers. This is an outstanding soft bait that is easy to use and really produces. On my first outing for large mouth bass with the Spro Bronzeye Popper in Black I had two trememdous strikes. Unfortunately, I missed both fish by not giving the fish enough time to inhale the bait. June 11, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bronzeye Popper Brother has this and it works very well. Have not had a chance myself but am going to try as soon as I get to some heavy grassbeds. March 27, 2012
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start by looking at the type of frogs at the lake or river that you fish. try to mimic that same color.
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Black followed by white.
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Natural Red.
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Rain forest black is one of the most popular colors. It is also my personal favorite.

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The best color to me is the smokin shad there great for a sunny day and gloomy.
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do these sink?

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i know that some frogs have weights in them. do these just sink when you let them sit?
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these frogs float, they do have a small weight in the back to keep the legs in the water to look like a frog.
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No these baits dont sink sometimes when they fill up with water the sit rear end low but then it gives it a whole new action great bait if you havent bought any def get some lots of fun
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Do not sink. I find that get the most strikes when I let the frog sit after giving it a few jerks.
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These will not sink. After catching several fish, they will develop small teeth mark holes and will partially submerge. Just squeeze them and keep fishing.
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yes if you stop them they will soon sink. the best way to work them is cast and as soon as it hits the water start reeling.
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All hollow body frogs will sink in time. You actually want them to collapse easy, so they will take on water as they sit, and eventually will sink. Never had one do it before a bass ate it though! I add rattles and beads to mine to add noise. All hollow body frogs have weights so they will cast right, land right, and work right - it's a trade off for the perfomance they give, and they do perform.
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If they completely fill with water, they will sink. I squeeze the water out about every 10 casts and never have a problem.
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The spro does have a weight in the bottom, but it's for extra heft for casting. The do not sink unless you have a toothy critter put holes in them. Matter of fact, letting them sit for a moment dead still tends to draw a lot of strikes!
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What action/size rod would you recommend for these? 7' H?
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I use a 7' 2" H due to the fact that most of my fishing with the frog is in lily pads.
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I use a medium heavy rod, 7'4". It allows long casts and has enough muscle to get the fish out of heavy cover.
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I have it attached to a 7' Heavy action rod with 65 lb test braided line
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7" med. heavy , you want a little play so the fish can set the hook for you. if you have no play your gonna lose alot of fish.
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The Rod I use is a 7'2" Med. Heavy, fast taper tip G-Loomis. I want the tip to help cast and work, and the muscle to pull them out of the slop. Always use 50lb. + braid, and a 6 to 1 +ratio reel to take up slack when working the frog in short jerks, now get ready to have fun!
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7ft or 7ft 6in on braid line.
with high speed reel.
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I am by no means a frog expert, but everything I have studied, read and watched 7' to 7' 11", Heavy to X-Heavy with and fast or extra fast tip.
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The Bass Pro Shop Extreme rod is the best frog you could ever use. The 7'2" extra heavy, extra fast will do the task quite nicely.
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7' Med Heavy or a 7' Heavy is what I would recomend for them.
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I'm often in the back of the boat and casting over heavy cover. I like a 7' med/heavy or heavy action rod to keep the bass' head up in the tangles.
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7 Ft Med heavyT
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which line would be better for using this lure, heavy mono or braid
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I use a 30# braid so I can pull the bass through the tangles when necessary. My partner uses a 50# braid.
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Depends on what you're fishing in, if it's lilly pads, spatterdock, or other heavy vegetation , it's gotta be braid!
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braid it rips right through weeds its the only way to go also get a 50 lbs plus line
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!BRAID! DEFINITELY BRAID!
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braid
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Braid without a doubt.
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Fireline
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I have been using braid 50lbs fireline round braid... Its crazy the fish you get on this frog with 50-65lbs braid your less likely to have any problems.. Throw it in the nasty stuff thats where the big boys are hidding :)
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Ilike to use fifty pound braid with a thirty pound mono leader. The mono is harder to see than the braid. The braid has better castability... Good fishing
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I would have to recomend Berkley Fireline Braid in around 50# test, i found it to work good when fishing different types of cover ie. lilly pads and slop. I like that line because it how round and smooth it is and you can really launch these frogs.
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Sufix Performance Braid. If you are fishing this lure in the slop, grass, reeds, lily pads etc., braided line (Sufix is my personal fav) will help cut through the vegetation like a knife; if that big ol' Bass clobbers your frog and heads back down deep into that jungle of weedy cover.
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