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a little bit of superglue would work well I'm sure. You might be able to use a little bit of fly tying material for it as well, depending on how many legs you wanted to attach. Or you could just put an entire skirt, which would already have a rubber band of some sort to attach with, over the nose and pull it out the back
absolutely. you could glue silicon strands to the legs and it would be like many of the other frogs on the market (that work well). However I would not plan on catching a lunker. This bait is one of the smallest frogs that I have seen/used and it often lands belly up when casted, which could be rebuffed by adjusting the weight on the bottom (it's too centralized in the bait often causing it to flip). but yes, it would be what i presume to be a well working small sized frog!