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  • Realistic appearance
  • Super-soft to the touch
  • Extra action
  • Salt-impregnated
There are plastic baits, and then there are Zoom baits. The difference is undeniable. Want proof? Just take a peek into your favorite tournament angler's tackle box and start counting the Zoom bags. For those who lay it on the line every time out, there can be no other choice. Every Zoom soft plastic bait is wholly realistic, super-soft to the touch (for the extra action needed to pull that reluctant money fish), and salt-impregnated to hold even the most tentative bite.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 169 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Horney Toads are KILLER!! If you don't catch fish on anything else, you will with a Horny Toad. They are KILLER!! I do best with Green Pumpkin shades and Watermellon shades, White and Black. Great topwater action. Stick/insert type weights work well in heavy cover and deeper fishing. You can drag these bad boys through just about anything. and rattles make them especially tempting. #4 or #5 wide gap hooks work best giving a nearly automatic hook set. Hold on tight, fish whack it hard. May 7, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good Frog These frogs work excellent and have great action and hook placement texas style. Just needs to be a tad more durable. August 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bass KILLER I used this bait about a year ago with decent luck, but then I was texas rigging it....BIG mistake. This bait is obviously designed for top water and when fished correctly is a killer. Simply slow "waking" on top water I caught 17 pounds of fish in 1 hour. Granted it was only 3 fish but one of them was a 12 pound hog. Hand down one of best large mouth slayers on the market. My favorite color is watermelon red. Try it out you won't be disappointed. Good luck and tight lines.:) July 28, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome Bait; BUT....... All I can say is that this is the the best and funnest bait ever made for summertime and early fall bass fishing. The strikes on this bait are breathtaking. The only issue I have is why is BPS charging $5 a pack when EVERYONE else sells this bait for $4 a pack or less? June 11, 2014
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sink.
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it sinks slowly
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This bait does sink slowly but it stays on top of the water when you reel in.
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It does drop slowly, so in terms it does sink. On weed mats and lily pads they float
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this bait will sink slowly if not reeled. witch works for me. let it sink around stumps and structure.
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Depending on the color, most of them will sink but slowly. And they work either way, but work best on top of the water.
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bait sinks slowly i fish like a buzz bait also comes over pads very easy when rigged weedless sometimes i let it sink at the edge of mats of weeds or pads fish pound them the legs move great when sinking if no tackers a couple quick cranks its right back on the surface
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The Zoom H Toad doesn't float; it will sink slowly using a weightless hook, but it doesn't take much speed to keep it on top and churning. Great bait; try it. Can also be fished deep like a worm, with good results. Works great for me.
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sinks but can be retrieved at a pretty slow pace depending on the size of hook you use. I use the actual Zoom Toad 5/0 hook.
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They sink slowly when you stop reeling. I find they work best if you buzz them over pads and then pause just as you come off & let the toad sink. Have caught some seriously nice LMB this way.
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It floats. However I have seen that if you leave it in place to long it starts to take on water. If this happens, once you start twitching it, it works it's way back to the surface. I squeeze the water out of it every 8-10 casts.
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definitely one of the best
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I would say yes it is if there is grass ect. around. But remember that not every fish is going to be hooked!
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Look for my review on this bait and follow the suggestions for rigging and tackle. I think the secret to this bait over so many other molded solid body frogs is the cut of the feet and legs produces a more quiet and convincing swimming sound. Most things in nature are more subtle and quiet and we humans miss a great deal of it because we are not accustomed to listening for such. Get two or three colors, with one being a darker patern like black/yellow for overcast/cloudy days or murky water. There will be increasing surface feeding activity as Fall approaches, so this is a great alternate to the shad and insects the bass are normally targeting right now.
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I think it's one of the best. The stanley ribbit frog would be next. I fish these two completely different. The Zoom toad gets a fast twitch, twitch, pause action and the ribbit just basically gets reeled in. It all depends on what the fish are wanting.
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It all depends if your fishing weeds or different structure. The Zoom Toad works well over all but works best Near fallen trees and high weeds. if your fishing structure similar the zoom is one of the best you can get. also check out the Stanley Ribbet frog. those are the best of the best. just try all different kinds of baits and see what works best for the structure you are fishing. Best o luck to you
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In my opinion, Yes.
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Personally I like the Zoom H Toad best. I haven't tried them all, of course, but from my experience, these things work fantastic so why try every other frog out there? Give them a try and judge for yourself.
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It's one of the best. This works well the bass are a bit finicky and want a more subtle presentation. The Buzz Frog is noisier and is also always in my tackle box.
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IDK about the best soft topwater frog, but Booyah just came out not too long ago with a topwater frog that pretty much has the same quality look of Livetarget baits, for half the price. Called the pad crasher.
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For the price it's pretty good, but I prefer Stanley Frogs.
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Yes, it is the best. I love this bait in the bullfrog color, I catch a TON of big bass on it. I rig it with a 3/0 Gamakatsu EWG Worm Hook, and I fish it on 30-lb braid. Fish it in an around lily pads, grass, wood, anything you think fish will be near. This also works in open water, so throw it everywhere. If you're going to be fishing in clear water, you can also try the white frog, and if you're going to be fishing at night, try the black.

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Both are excellent. The Stanley bait is wider and a bit longer, but most importantly, it uses a "swimming tail" like a swim bait/sassy shad on each leg/foot, which produces a much louder retrieve across the water. I have seen way too many fish literally scatter when I start to retrieve one of these baits close to shoreline cover. It casts a little easier, needs at least a 4/0 hook, and has some great colors, but spooky fish and stained-clear water are not a match IMHO!
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My suggestion is try both the Zoom Toad and the Stanley Ribbet Frog. Because both work very well. but both have advantages over the other in certain cover and water. overall there is no better bait. It just depends on where you fish. try both and see what works best
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This is definitely the best.
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Personally I like the Zoom H Toad because of its twister-type legs. I've got both baits but this one works best for me.
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I would say the Zoom frog. i had trouble with the Stanley frog rolling on the retrieve, almost to the point where I had to put a swivel on to stop it. I still caught fish with it but the Zoom worked a whole lot better in my opinion. maybe it was the way i had the Stanley rigged, i'm not sure. But I'd go with the Zoom if I were you
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I like the zoom much better to the ribbit frog. The zoom has a slot for your hook barb and I feel it has a better sound.
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I use both. If the fish want a smaller profile, or pressure is high, short strikes etc, the h*rny toad is better. if you want to make a bit more noise, the ribbit is best. I find the ribbit a bit tougher, so they last longer, but the hook up ratio is actually lower. The toad has a slot for the hook so there is less plastic to set through. the legs are flimsier so they don't interfere with the hook getting twisted in the bait during a crushing bite. They both work great, both get bit the same ammount, but I find more hook ups with the toad, though.
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if bass are active i will throw the stanley ribbet because when the fish are active the are reacting to the movement and striking when fishing is a little slower or water is not dead calm i like the scum frog popper to make some noise to call the fish to it
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I like the stanley ribbit frog better because it seems to be more durable and I like the action the legs of the frog have better.
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can i fish them on the bottom? have any of you guys done that?
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i do it all the time with and without weights
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yes but don't put mutch weight on them
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Yes, try the BPS super line vertical drop hooks. They are made with the Gamakatus 5/0 EWG hooks that are preferred size and shape for these frogs. Good luck.
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use a weighted swim bait screw in type hook to keep it a little deeper. i haven't put it on the bottom but i have added some weight at times to get it a little deeper around logs.
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I don't know about on the bottom, but I have caught bass on them letting them sink while Itake care oif a backlash , and then start reeling and have caught 2 ore 3 llike that
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yes using a 1/16 to 1/8 weight. not to heavy so not to hinder the action.
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excellent results in florida with the right weight combo you can go from topwater buzz into a dive right to the bottom then let it sit and get ready
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Yes. Even though I haven't, my buddy fishes his like a texas rigged worm and does very well.
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Weightless and flourocarbon line will get it down pretty smoothly. I fish it on the bottom and hop it along the weeds it sinks slowly with some 15lb line, and you will get some good fish this way when they stop hitting on top during the day.
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yes, i was having no luck using them on topwater last night, i rigged with a small bullet weight so it hit the bottom and small twitches of the rod make it dance and drive the bass crazy(caught those two bass in the pic on it)
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Yes, they work great as a subsurface lure. The legs flap around under water and give it a nice action. It would probably work better on a weighted texas rig style hook rather than a jig head. Also, in shallow water you could fish it under water without the weight and simply let it sink. It is probably best like this when fish are less active.
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Just put on a texas rig, without the weight. Reel it across the top and watch the legs splash on top of the water. Completely weedless and fun if the bass are really active on top.
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I bring it in along the shoreline slow enough to barely keep it above water with the feet splashing. Caught snook and bass a lot that way.
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There's no wrong way to fish it, but I like to hop it over pads and pause in any holes and on the edges. Let it sink as bass will hit it on the fall bit wait a second before you set the hook. If you set the hook too fast, they may only have the bait by the legs but a split second or two will allow them to re-position the frog. Also heavy line is a necessity so you can winch the big ones out of the weeds. Good luck!
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i use 20lb braided line(bass pro xtreme is good) 4 or 5 o hook with cork screw keeper bring bait to top of water with rod tip up high then relax tip to mid position and adjust speed as needed. if the fish isses it slow down a bit
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slow and along the edge. at night fast on top of the water
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1. In deeper water or steep bank, use a weighted swim bait hook to keep it deeper. Fish it slow, fast, retrieve/stop, jig, etc. Watermelon is good.

2. In weeds, moss, lilly pads, etc. (my favorite), use a non-weighted screw in type single or double frog hook no. 4 or 5. Skip, flip or cast light color toad in that money spot. Let it sink briefly and retrieve. The faster you retrieve the quicker it get and stays on top. They seem to be relatively weedless so let that hook come out the top of his back. When you find a hole in the moss or lilly pads stop and let him sink. I have caught quite a few on the fall. Use braided line and rip him out. White is pretty good!
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I rig the bait on a Bass Pro XPS Magna Superlock hook attached to braided line. Thread the hook through the nose then set the point just under the skin in the back with curved side of hook under the belly. I use it as a topwater bait. Fish structure that is the shadows.A spinning set-up works the best.
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I fish it two ways, slow in the pads and like a buzz bait in more open water, catches bass both ways
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You should texas rig it, then when you cast it out, you can retrieve it fast with the rod tip high so it's like a surface bait. The other way to fish it is to let it sink and you it below the surface. Either way it is effective and if rigged right is mostly weedless.
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I cast it out and let it sink. Then I reel it in continuously to let it have action on the surface.
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Texas rig it and retrieve it fast enough to get it on top. This is when the leg action stirs up the strikes. it's weedless so you can pull it over matted grass and lily pads. you can texas rig it with a weighted hook and fish it like a worm or a jig or slow rolled spinnerbait.
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depends on the water clarity. Doesn't really matter though, look at any bait from below and they almost all look dark.
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When in doubt, green pumpkin is an excellent go-to. Otherwise water clarity dictates what color to use. Low visibility - dark blue, black, grape, or junebug. Clear water - watermelon, watermelon candy (and also with red fleck). Murky/muddy water should utilize some chartreuse to help the fish zero in on the bait.
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I prefer the Green Pumpkin. The Black/blue also works well at night.
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I would say anything natural, such as watermelon/pearl belly. I have always had better success with natural colored baits over loud bright colors
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green pumkin
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Stick with the watermelon and greens. Try with Gamakatsu 5/0EWG hooks and consider braided line as you have to smash the hook sets and mono has too much stretch.
The picture was a watermelon this morning.
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I use watermelon/red. It is the best so far.
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whatever you're most confident in is what you should get. i got the watermelon candy color. caught lots of bass. fishing soft plastics is really a confidence thing.
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Watermelon Red
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I found one of these in a lake I fished. I went to another lake and caught a 3 pounder. The color was bullfrog. The louisiana crawfish is similar too.
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black or frog
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If so what size hooks are recommended?
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Use Gamakatsu 5/0 EWG hooks. Through the nose, out the bottom, skinned back into the top/back.
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The bait won't last very long if you texas rig it. The bait will tear in 2 pieces. Buy the screw in type hooks. Screw into his nose and push the hook up through his back and let it stick out. You can texas rig with the screw in hooks if it is getting hung up.
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Yes, gamikatsu size 5 ewg superlines will work, but if you use them, you may want to add a drop or two of superglue to the noes where it meets your braided line. The screw-type locking hooks designed for it are best, though. They keep it from sliding down the hook in heavy stuff.
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3/0, 4/0, 5/0 whichever you prefer
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use a 5/0 screw type hook. there is a slit on the top of the frog where your hook point goes.
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4/0 or 5/0
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yes you can rig it texas-style thats how i rig it and i use either a 3/0 or 4/0 lazor sharp ewg hook
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Yes it can, use a size 4 hook. I prefer to use a pencil style bait weight placed in the head. Break the weight in half or the natural flow of the bait is lost.
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Short answer: yes. Some people consider texas-rigging as how you make the bait weedless with a single hook, other consider it as that plus a free bullet wait on the line. I have never fished it with a weight, but I'm sure you could. Texas-rigging the hook is the recommended way to rig this bait.
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Gamakatsu EWG 3/0
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Yes. use at least a 4/0 or 6/0 hook. Your best bet is to use something through the nose and then rigged weedless. Like the Zoom toad hook. I actually made some with screw ins and wide gap jig mold hooks. Helps with the hook set i think.
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closest color would be bullfrog.
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Yes they do, i found them.not solid yellow though.
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go to the zoom site and see
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Sorry, but we no longer offer the yellow HornyToads.
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I'm texas rigging the toad but I'm confused about the spring lock on the eye of the hook and it's purpose. Any ideas?? Thanks in advance for helping.
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Screw the spring in through the "nose" of the frog, that's what holds the front of the frog on, no need to 'rig it'. I know this is an old post but it might help someone else.
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I hate the toad hooks. I found these work best with a 5/0 EWG worm hook, texposed. The bait stays upright in the water.
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screww the toad on to the cork screw keeper it allows the head of the frog to ramain attached when u et a strike and the tail end fold into the hook for easy setting
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screw the nose of the toad onto the spring and then insert the hook all the way through and let the point rest in the slot
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twist the frog onto the screw until it is buried completely. now hook the frog on like you would a texas rig. run the hook through a few times to loosen up the hook hole for better hook up ratio. Not too much to make it flop out in the weeds, but enough to slide through pretty easily with a push of your finger.
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screw it in all the way to the hook eye then you can rig the hook point. the spring holds the toad and helps prevent it from getting torn up as quickly by the bass, hopefully
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you twist it into the head of the fro then hook it through the body
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Cork screw the spring lock into the bait right between where the eyes would be and then bring the hook up and through the bait just below the surface to make it weedless. When you go to change baits all you have to do is unscrew the toad and it does not tear it up. You can use the same rig for worms, lizards etc.
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You don't need a spring lock hook, but you can definitely use them with frogs. The basic concept is to twist the spring into the front of the frog and bury the hook like you normally would. This should help keep the nose of the frog from getting too torn up to use.
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I too twist the spring lock keeper into the nose of the bait, but when I bury the hook back into the bait the hook point is out of the back of the frog. Then I simply skin hook it so that it remains weedless. My frog rides with the belly split side down (which is the keeled side anyway) but the weight of the hook adds to the tracking ability of the frog.
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I've fished these strictly on the surface, so I don't rig them Texas style. But the intended rigging with the zoom toad hooks is to twist the nose of the frog into the spring, then hook through so the point rests in the groove on the underside of the frog. When pulled over the surface, the frog rides groove side down, and as long as the point is in that groove, its weedless.
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