Strike King® Rage Tail® Toad Softbait Lures

   

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Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

4"

5

Model:
RGTD-18

Black Neon

Black Neon

4"

5

Model:
RGTD-38

Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

4"

5

Model:
RGTD-46

Green Pumpkin Pearl Laminate

Green Pumpkin Pearl Laminate

4"

5

Model:
RGTD-47

Okeechobee Craw

Okeechobee Craw

4"

5

Model:
RGTD-50

Pearl

Pearl

4"

5

Model:
RGTD-84

Green Pumpkin Chartreuse Belly

Green Pumpkin Chartreuse Belly

4"

5

Model:
RGTD-94
Cause "toad rage" on the waterways with the exclusive Strike King Rage Tail Toad soft plastic equipped with unique legs designed to stir up more topwater turbulence than ever before! For best results, rig weightless with the eyes up on a 4/0 or 6/0 wide gap hook and fish on top for some unbeatable topwater action.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 100 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Pretty good Strike King bait Really good baits and the action is phenomenal. The only downside is that the plastic isn't as durable as you'd like it to be after catching a few fish, especially if they short strike. March 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by top water The rage tail toads are by far the best top water bait I think then any top water. The action and movement is great, I recommend them to everybody I talk to about top water. March 8, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by needs to be stronger plastic The lure is good but all to often the fish will pull off one or both of the legs. I am going to try another brand. the plastic or rubber must be stronger. June 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by rage tail frog = big bass This is an awesome frog for big bass. It churns the water almost like a buzz-bait. It can be fished slow or fast. Even though it is considerably heavier than the Zoom H0rny Toad, it doesn't seem to cast quiet as far, probably because of the weight, and the lack of aerodynamics of any frog. If you've got a 'LIMIT' and want to go 'hog' hunting this is the frog. October 1, 2012
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do they float?

2 years, 1 month ago
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no, they will sink slowly.
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No they do not float, they will slowly fall. Of course they will sit on a lily-pad, but in open water they should be kept moving for the legs to churn and do their thing.
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No, but if you dip them in vaseline the do. Bass love em!!!!
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they sink but they sink very slowly (if you let it sit there) your supposed to just real it in it dosent sink if you keep it moveing
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No they don't but because of the design they pretty much stay on Top
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they sink slowly
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No, they do not. The idea of these is to get that reaction strike. Keep your rod tip up at about 10 o'clock. Reel it in with a medium fast retrieve. You can pause it for a second but not too long. If you want one that floats, Stanley Ribbits makes specific ones that float. The issue with those is that they are lighter than most other frogs and don't cast as far or well.
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These will slowly sink, but you can keep them on the surface by holding your rod tip up and using a steady retrieve. Personally, I like to keep them on the surface.
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i have a 6:2:1 KVD reel i caught a 7 pound bass yesterday,good luck
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7.1;1 works best for a top water baits like this but 6.2:1 will work too.
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6.2:1 or better still go up to a 7. There are times when bass want it moving pretty fast, plus the speed allows you get 'em coming towards you quicker.50 lb. and up braid.
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6.2:1 IS THE BEST RATIO,COULD YOU TRY SOMETHING FOR ME? CAST THIS LURES OUT AND JUST REEL IT IN AT A FAST PACE OVER GRASS,LILLY PADS,SHALLOW WATER.HERE IS A TIP ON CLOUDY DAYS HEAD FOR THE SHALLOWS.
3 years, 8 months ago
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I fish mine on a 5.4:1 with out too many problems, but the 6.2:1 would be a better choice i believe. The slightly faster ratio would be my choice since it will help you get the frog to the surface that much faster.

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3 years, 8 months ago
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5.2:1 More Power
3 years, 10 months ago
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It depend where you are fishing, if you are fishing thick stuff like lilly pads, brush, grass, than you need a burner. My frog set-up is the following:

Curado 7:1, with a 7' heavy Action and 17lb mono.

You want to get the fish out of the cover as fast as you can. If you are fishing just shallow water, than the reel gears you mention will do just fine.
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I fish it with a 5.2:1. I beleive it keeps it out on the water long to give it a chance to attract the fish.
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i like using a 5.2:1 because you can control the toad better
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If you want to top-water this toad use 6.2:1 or faster. My favorite way to fish this toad is to sweep it about 3 feet under water. with a 5.7:1spincasting reel on a 6ft pole.
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Between the two a 6.2:1 would be better, but i would use a 7.1:1.
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5 per pack and no they do not come with hooks.. Use EWG hooks and it will be weedless if rigged properly
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5 come in the package,you have to buy the hooks, but the way that you rig this it is weedless,goodluck
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5 in a pack and no it doesnt come with any hooks but a regular 4/0 bass hook can be rigged weedless
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5 toads per pack and no weedless hooks
3 years, 3 months ago
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fivein a package and no hooks. use a size 4 hook for the toad
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4 per package and you rig them weedless
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6, and no, they do not come with weedless hooks.
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there are five for package and they do not come with hook, i suggest buying a 5/0 gamakatsu ewg round bend hook
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5 to a pack. No,use a 4/0 to 6/0 wide gap hook. big hook is better
4 years, 1 month ago
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5. You dont use a weedless hook. just when u texas rig it, skin hook it in the back.
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5 to a pack and you will need to use an EWG hook or Zomm Horn Toad hooks and screw the spring lock into the nose of the bait and rig it Txsposed. Good luck and hang on tight.
4 years, 7 months ago
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your best bet would be to look at the belly of a frog at the pond your fishing at which is most likely to be white or yellow
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Green pumpkin/pear belly
2 years, 2 months ago
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I am in TX too. I like watermelon colors and I dye the ends of the flippers red.
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I like the watermelon Red flake
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i Like the green pumpkin pearl belly cause its the most natural
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I find the Green Pumpkin/Pearl to work the best for me
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I like the green pumpkin pearl laminatte or the green pumpkin and chartuse, both work in the right conditions and water clarity.
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I've used all colors and they all catch fish. If the water is clear, than choose the natural green, if the water is murky, than just pick one. The rage tail creates such a stir in the water that Bass can't resist it.
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i perfer the laminated pearl for a natural color.
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In clear water use green pumpkin/pearl belly. All other, use watermelon red flake.
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I like colors 18 and 47 but I would try a couple and see what the fish in your area respond to best.
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It happens to me all the time, but it doesn't seem to matter. As long as those legs are churning bass will hit it. Count to 3, set the hook, and you've got him, hook up or hook down!!!
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Use a keeper style hook 5/0 wide gap,works best for me.Make sure to pull the feet apart from the legs.~that little tab~hook it more towards the back.
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i am not sure why it swims up side down, somestimes when i use them it swims up side or upside down. But i dont think you are doing anyhting wrong
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rig the hook lower down the frog and if it that still doesnt work just jig it 1 time really hard and it should spin over
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Fish these on a non weightless hook such as MOANER hooks 1/8 oz 5/0 Stroker hook.
The weight keeps the lure from helicoptering and will not keep them from coming to the surface.

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It happens, but no worries, they still will catch fish. Remember, the splashes and the movement is what creates the strike.
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to keep it from singing up side down use a big 5/0 or 6/0 hook, i like to add a little bit of weight to bend, but not to much that it sinks.
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Nothing,it doesn't really matter. Hook it with a slight bow in the belly. See if that helps.
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Make sure it is rigged perfectly.
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you might not be separating the legs from the body that was my ffirst problem after i started doing that it performed excellently
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I solved that problem using an 1/8 oz swimbait hook.If you don't want to add weight I also used a Zoom Toad hook.
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