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Scum Frog®

   

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Blue Dog

Blue Dog

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

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Model:
SF-129
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  • SKU: 1838946

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Red Pearl

Red Pearl

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

1

Model:
SF-131
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  • SKU: 1838948

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Pomeroy Mustard

Pomeroy Mustard

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

1

Model:
SF-132
  • $3.79

  • SKU: 1838949

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Natural Black Green

Natural Black Green

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

1

Model:
SF-112
  • $3.79

  • SKU: 624702

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Green

Green

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

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Model:
SF-101
  • $3.79

  • SKU: 624715

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Black

Black

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

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Model:
SF-102
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  • SKU: 624716

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White

White

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

1

Model:
SF-103G
  • $3.79

  • SKU: 624719

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Chartreuse

Chartreuse

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

1

Model:
SF-104
  • $3.79

  • SKU: 624723

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Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

1

Model:
SF-115
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  • SKU: 698962

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Fluorescent Yellow

Fluorescent Yellow

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

1

Model:
SF-121
  • $3.79

  • SKU: 951783

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

1

Model:
SF-125
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  • SKU: 951784

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Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

1

Model:
SF-127
  • $3.79

  • SKU: 951786

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Pumpkin Seed

Pumpkin Seed

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

1

Model:
SF-106
  • $3.79

  • SKU: 951782

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Fish over and around weedbeds, lily pads, limbs, and stumps with the weedless Scum Frog. It's super-soft body allows you to fish places other lures can't get to, and it possesses plenty of fish catching power.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 75 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by A must have for anyone who fishes in the scum I have a seasonal campsite and our shore line fishing is difficult do to floating moss and scum. The bass love these waters but it's hard to fish threw. These frogs float across the scum like nothing else. They are a little tricky to get a good hook set. When you see the bass explode threw the muck you want to react, but you need to wait just a second or two to let the fish get the lure in it's mouth then set the hook hard and hold on. You will have plenty of strikes to practice and get the hang of it. Sometimes when a fish hits it the whole skin gets pushed up on the line and even flipped inside out but it is always easy to straighten back out and is good as new. I have used several colors and not noticed any difference in color to number of strikes they all work great. They only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is the bass tend to take the hook deep in the gullet and it can really damage the fish. So if you are a catch and release only fisherman this might not be your best choice. June 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by A MUST I will always have these in my tackle box. I go through many of these during the late summer and early fall when I am fishing in heavy lily pad cover and other vegetation. Early in the morning before sunrise, these are great to work along shore line close in. Does not seem to matter what color. March 18, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Super Frog Great for large and small mouth bass. Cast into weeds and bring them out. It won't get tangled. Great lure. May 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by excellent bass lure This lure has really produced some big bass for my father and I when fishing in open water as well as on the moss around the edges of large and small lakes July 5, 2012
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Hook size?

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I think its a 4/0.
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I have had tremendous luck with the watermelon seed color.
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Ive had the most luck with regular Green. I also have Natural Black Green which only seems to work during the day.
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White worked best for me.
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Your best bet will always be to match the local frogs. But I have also found that you can almost always use dark colors.
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Colors of any bait depend on many factors. First, the water clarity. The cloud coverage (a sunny day vs. a overcast). The native creatures that inhabit those waters. So, in essence, it takes a little time to figure colors out. For the most part, a darker color works best a good percentage of the time. If it's sunny, the bass thinks it's a shadow and not the bait. I hope this helps you. Watch the Bass Pros show. Believe it or not, there's a ton of information and they usually touch down on this subject once per year.
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Can I stop this lure and will it float ?????
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yes, it floats.
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yes.....usually after a hit or anything squeeze the frog because it will fill up with water sometimes.......great lure
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Scum Frogs do indeed float. I do have one that doesn't float very long but that's because it's really worn out from catching so many bass. Plus you can't beat the price and color selection.
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This frog does float and I have found that it does not fill up with that much water.
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yes! drag it over the pads and let it sit a sec in an opening, but sometimes the bass will eat it before it even gets the time to rest. it is just a great lure to use
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yes, thats what i do and then i give it a couple quick jerks . then i wait a couple seconds and do it again and by then a bass usually sneaks up on it and takes it down.
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Yes it floats well. Stop it and it will drift as it sits high in the water. Add weight and it will still float but it will sit lower and drift less.
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This lure can be stopped & plodded along easily. It has a tendency to bounce in the water. I'd recommend using this to your advantage. It floats easily.
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Stopping is difficult in open water as it will float with almost any wind, but is floats very high in the water. After catching a fish you may need to squeeze water out of the body
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Yes and Yes.
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Yes, this frog will float, rather well too.
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which is the best frog?

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is the scum frog or the spro bronzye frog better?
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When you compare lures, you need to consider value. Both are excellent lures. Scum Frogs cost 3x less than SPROs--sure, not as much detailed artwork, but the Scums catch every pound of fish the SPROs do.
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Depending on the cover and size of fish you are fishing for. In really thick cover i prefer the scum frog and for smaller bass as well.
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only have used scum frog. Can't imagine any thing that would perform better.
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scum softer plastic ive caught twice as many fish in half the time with scum
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I've only fished the "spro" once and it was disappointing. That frog sank on just the second cast. I've been fishing Scum Frogs about 6 years now and is still the first frog I reach for when fishing "slop" or weed beds.
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I have never used the Spro Bronzeye frog, but have used the Tru Tungsten Mad Maxx. In my opinion, this frog is better as I had more hook ups with this frog than I did with the Mad Maxx.
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Scum frog by FAR!!! Not even close.
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I haven't tried the Spro but I will be buying one soon. As for the Scum Frog, I can tell you that it produces amazing results. From what I've seen, I'd have to say that they're pretty close. Once, I try the Spro, I will post again here letting you know of the results!

I hope this helps. Fish on!
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The Spro frog is a great choice for open water and works well in cover also. The Scum frog is perfect for fishing across grass mats.
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