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Snag Proof The Original Frog

   

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The original soft-plastic weedless casting frog is as effective today for trophy bass and pike as it was years ago. Designed to excel in weed-choked shallows, around blow downs and shoreline stickups, the Snag Proof® Original Frog's realistic body shape and true-to-life kicking legs bring strike-provoking drama to every twitch.

  • Excels in weed-choked shallows
  • Realistic body shape
  • Kicking legs provoke strikes
Snag Proof The Original Frog 3.3 5 79 79
Problem legs? (solution) After reading a few reviews on this bait I see the same complaint over, and over. There is a very easy and effective solution to this problem. Step 1: Fill your sink enough to cover a shot glass. Make sure the shot glass is full of water and turn it upside down in your sink. Step 2: Drain the sink of all water leaving the overturned shot glass full of water. Step 3: Wrap the frogs legs over the wide portion of the shot glass and fill sink with boiling water (enough to submerge the frog/glass) Once the water has cooled down drain the sink and run cold water over the bait. You have now changed the memory of the plastic. Depending on what portion of the shot glass you use (wide or thin) you will get a different space between the legs. I recommend using the wide portion of the glass Enjoy! P.S. I will include some before and after pictures. March 13, 2011
Snag Proof Large Frog Great Frog for casting and catching Large bass. Works well with Logs and weeds. When I cast I yank once and let it set for a moment. If I don't get a strike, I try again and I get a hit. February 1, 2009
Second Chance Bass I used this lure back in the early 1980's when the selection was very limited. It is very weedless but will not cast a great distance and at times will land upside down. It works excellent on lilly pads, I caught my biggest largemouth to date, excluding Mexico lakes using this frog. I missed an 8 lb. largemouth on the first strike as I set the hook to soon but to my amazement he hit again and this time I didn't set the hook till I could feel the fish. I rated this frog a 5 for its time but there are in my opinion several different brands of frogs that will out produce this one due to the increased selection and types for different conditions. But for landing on lilly pads it will still work wonders. December 2, 2007
its ok This frog catches fish, but I also miss some fish. I think it is because of its hard rubber legs. I like other frogs like the Bronzeye Jr. better. February 17, 2009
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no if you jerk the bait like your supposed to do it works
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yes i wish i could steer every one away from it
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its to cheap so dont buy it
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The frogs legs are pretty rigid in terms of soft baits. These legs have little to no action.
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would you glue them or what?
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I have one that i bought years ago. I cut the legs off and Tied olive colored rabbit zonker strips on as legs. Unbelievable action even when standing still. Fish love it.
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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
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The legs are already on it.
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No. I have tried it, but the legs that are on the frog are hollow and help it to float. with the new legs attached, it sinks instantly.
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Why waste your time... Get a real frog lure like the Spro or tru tungsten frogs
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Nope.
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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!
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