Scum Frog® Trophy Series

   

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Natural Black Green

Natural Black Green

2-3/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
TS-1112

Green

Green

2-3/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
TS-1101

Black

Black

2-3/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
TS-1102

White

White

2-3/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
TS-1103

Chartreuse

Chartreuse

2-3/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
TS-1104

Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

2-3/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
TS-1127

Pumpkin Seed

Pumpkin Seed

2-3/4"

5/8 oz.

1

Model:
TS-1106
A definite big fish bait! This meal-sized frog is equipped with long, supple filament legs, for kicking action no other bait can duplicate. Fish with short twitches in the heavy stuff; in open water, you can easily impart a natural bobbing, swimming motion.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 45 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by great to use these lures are so much fun to use. i use them with power pro line 60 pound test cast it as far in lily pads or any cover and these lures get them to strike and thats whats all about fun September 5, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing i absolutely love this frog stays one top of the water all the time, i've never had any problems with water filling up after a few casts because it jets out when i cast so it works great i trim one of the legs a little so it walks a little better but the watermelon flake just landed a 11.5 largemouth. as for the quality it is great i've had several of the frog and they last flat out mine have holes in them from the hooks and everything else and they still perform just like they did out of the box August 19, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Top of the line Better than any frog I've used. It doesn't loose its color after one day of use like the more expensive brands. June 28, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by scum frog I was introduced to this product from a fellow fishing friend of my and have really come to use this as a go to bait when conditions are right.I have caught so many bass on this that my fishing partner wanted one and could not find it locally so this was a good give to him and me January 6, 2011
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I have the original kind but wondering if I should go for these from now on.
3 years, 3 months ago
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Yes, The weight of them will help in the presentation
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I have had more success with the trophy model. The longer skirt style legs really seem to help attract the fish. They could actually be longer. Also, you can get them In a little heavier weight and this is great for getting way back in the thick stuff and punching a fish catching hole. I have not tried the popping model but plan on getting one soon.
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yea get one that looks more realistic
1 year, 9 months ago
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Definitely worth the money. It presents a larger "meal" and target. It casts farther and sits in the water like a real frog.
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Oh, yes, it is worth it; I used the trophy scum in MN and caught a haul of bass & pike, it's probably the best frog i've used, and I've used Spro & Koppers
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I ve had this lure for a year now and i have only caught one fish with it.
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I do a 3 crank jerk.
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Best advice is to not try to set the hook to quick. Let the fish take it down before setting the hook. Fish it SLOW. Repeat SLOW. There are times when you can fish it fast but, I have always caught more when fishing it slow. Land it on a lily pad and drag it off. Let it sit 30-60 seconds. Hop him across the surface a foot or so. Let it sit again. I have caught a lot of fish with this routine. Also, don't give up on your spot too soon. Doesn't get much more fun in freshwater fishing than using a frog.
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when they strike wait a couple seconds before setting the hooks then hang on
2 years, 7 months ago
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walk the dog
throw it in the lilly pads or weeds
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I usually cast the frog right on the bank where there are weed beds,then hop it into the water using short hops. Most fish nail it after two or three hops. If in large weed beds I continue hopping to the edge of the weeds and deeper water. When a fish explodes on it,don't panic,reel up the slack pointing the rod towards fish and set the hook hard.
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when around weed beds and grasses let it sit and twitch it every few seconds and jerk it every 10 second.in the open water lightly jerk it simutaneousley and stop every few jerks. just hold becuase the hits will be treamendous. just wait 2 seconds before u set the hook.hold on tight
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 - springville alabama
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yes since you don't see frogs during the winter i wouldn't recommend using it during the winter but for spring summer and early fall by all means use the frog
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I only get strikes in Spring on it. (Vermont)
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i would just use it from late summer to mid- fall. ive never used it any other time
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lilly pads are good for me if there are large bass. too big for small ones. So sometimes I throw for northern near docks and sand bars here in Illinois suburbs. There are not too many big bass.
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honestly just throw it it mostly works over grass, lilly pads, and any other veg on the surface but i caught 2 today in open water and presentation look up walking the dog
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walk the dog in the weeds or lilly pads
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I use it near shore and around weed beds during most of the year early in the morning is the best time when they are feeding on shad
3 years, 3 months ago
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 - wellington ohio
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The best way to fish this lure is to pop it along the surface among some lily pads, letting the lure sit still for a moment when it gets to a gap in the weeds.
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Throw it out into the snaggiest brush or really heavy weeds and hop hop pause. Try this over and over with variations in speed and the bass will let you know what they like. I will even twitch it in the same spot sometimes and get nailed.
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1 inch
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Don't It's right just the way it is.
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i dont cut off the tail but if u do cut about half way off one leg or less
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Can it float??

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yes, the head sticks outa the water as it sits still
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of course
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yes.
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It does float. The brass button on the back end makes it ride nose up and helps with casting weight.
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