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The KVD Sexy Frog is one of the finest, feature-packed, frog-style baits yet from Strike King®. Chief among its features are a sealed nose, which minimizes water entry, and a free-floating rattle to create the noise needed to get those lunkers' attention. Designed and approved by Kevin VanDam for open water and heavy cover applications, it's an ideal bait for great topwater frog action!
So sexy it kills...
Number one in the top five frog lures that I use, It swims beautifuly, it doesnt get snagged on weeds, the splashing action ignites a fire in the pond. Swim it around lilly pads and you'll limit out in no time.
June 21, 2012
I love froggin for bass. This frog is definitely a fish cathcer. Nice collors to choose from and hooks are sturdy. My one issue is the paint on all my sexys started to peel off after about a dozen fish. I now have some white frogs. I still use them and bass still explode on them, and I still recomend them. For a few bucks cheaper I will now go with the pad crashers because color holds up longer
September 29, 2012
Perfect for any time you'd ever need a frog!
Largemouth look at this frog like most guys would look at a sports illustrated magazine... Crazed and Excited. Now we know where it got its name? Worked in a hopping action along heavy cover or lily pads is sure to get your adrenaline pumping when you twitch it off a lily pad and a monster smashes it off the water. I prefer #50 Braid to cut through heavy muck, although when I do use Monofilament due to it's buoyancy, I go with #17 to #20. My personal Favorite brands for line are PowerPro #50 Braid and #17 Spiderwire EZ or Stren. All in all, it's a great lure, and will put plenty of lunkers in the boat long before you ever have to buy a new one.
September 12, 2012
Used it for the first time yesterday. Green pumpkin/orange throat. Not really used to throwing a frog, but man was it nice. On an Abu Garcia Silver Max combo w/12lb floro, it cast like a rocket. Caught a 4 lb and had numerous strikes in the lotus pads. Even broke it off on a pad but got it back after a quick search due to the silver/orange belly. Going to try the SPRO as well.
August 12, 2012
My favorite color has always been the Leopard frog. Any of the darker colors should work great. I usually use the Leopard though. I trim a half inch off the skirts and then use some JJ's Dip dye or Bait markers to add about 1/8-1/16 inch of red to the end of the legs. Triggers great instinct strikes.
Hey Anonymous, I just got back from a trip to Chatham for Pickeral and Bass. Used this thing in the watermelon red pearl color and the bass were loving it. I think they really liked the leg action and the color matched the frogs and the general pond coloring of our fishing spots. Check my review though for hook set issues.
For dark nights and shady areas use black or dark patterns that produce contrast against the bottom or against a starlight surface. Carry some metallic (gold, nickel, and chrome) baits that can reflect the glints of lights and a full moon.
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