Strike King® KVD Sexy Frog
- Designed and approved by Kevin VanDam
- Sealed nose to minimize water entry
- Free-floating rattle creates noise
- For open water and heavy cover applications
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by turkeykilla 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by Alex01424 Great frog for not so bad price I love using my Sexy Frog. Great movement and fun to use. Easy to get to the places where the bass love to hide. Havent got it caught on any weeds and its easy to set the hook. As soon as it hits the water bass go after it. May 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by TSMF Great Frog I have a couple versions but my favorite is the Leopard or the Lime colors. Like most, I trim the legs about an inch or so to make it a little more compact and it looks great. Even though they say it wont take on water, it does take a little bit. Easy to fix with the "port hole". But I think after a few casts when it takes on just a bit of water it really helps the frog look more realistic when you pause. It keeps the back of the frog down and helps the legs spread out for a more appealing presentation. And once you finish fishing it just give it a squeeze and it will drain out. The hooks feel solid and have a nice sleek design. I was throwing into down logs, sticks, grass and open water. It swims great in all! For $8 check out one of these and have some fun. Throw it places where you cant throw your other lures. Dig out those big fish! April 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by profisher21 #1 of all my frogs I had 1 of these frogs and i loved so i got another one in a different color. All KVD series stuff has produced well for me. And he is arguably the best bass fisher in the world so that is not a surprise. But this frog is amazing casts a mile and has the best walking action of any frog and i would get this frog ASAP ASAP ASAP ASAP ASAP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! February 20, 2013
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A:Depends on the color of the water and how much light there is. In the middle of the day use a darker color with a light colored belly. As it gets later switch to a lighter colored frog. if the water is dark colored use a light colored frog. if the water is clear use kind of a reflective frog or white with dark belly
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A: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.
A:The green pumpkin/orange is good all day and night. Try the brighter ones toothough.
A: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.
A: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.
A:i like these for one they are cheaper than the live target frogs. they are almost the exact same as them. these have a great hook set for me as soon as the fish bite its easy to set and reel them in. it also has very sharp hooks and i havent lost a bass yet on this one. and the variety of colors for anytime of the day and any color of water.
A:They are not good. When in doubt go spro!
A:The quality is by far supreme. the design is much more realistic, and the largemouth just can't resist.
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