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Lunkerhunt Popping Frog
It's a popper, it's a frog. It's all of the above, and neither. It's the Lunkerhunt Popping Frog™, and it's sure to bring explosive strikes when fished along edges, through grass, in pockets, and on open water. The Lunkerhunt Popping Frog is a weedless, hollow-bodied surface popper with a concave face and strong swimming legs. It pops, spits, sputters, and kicks like a frantic amphibian, creating a massive surface disturbance and calling bass in for the kill. When the strike comes, the Popping Frog's supersoft hollow body compresses quickly, to bury its high-quality upturned hooks with ease. Game on!
Rated 5 out of
Fun Fishing FrogUse this for skipping over lily pads in the evenings for fun on the pond. They hold up fairly well but I’ve been through 4 of them. Small size means you hook them in the throat sometimes!
Date published: 2019-06-21
Rated 3 out of
Popping frogi used this lure a few weeks back with high hopes but didn't have all that much luck, I had a few decent hits but it wasn't setting very well(maybe the weedless hook setup). On top of that after I caught a couple of fish it started to fill with water and sink ,so every 4-5 cast I was draining it. I'm going to try it again this weekend to see if it will make up for last time.
Date published: 2016-07-18
Rated 5 out of
One of the best frogs on the marketJust purchased my fourth popping frog and honestly couldn't be happier. When I first saw these and read some of the reviews I was skeptical but I think each of the reviews were written around the time of year where frogging doesn't work as well. I live in Central Florida so weather is never really an issue here and this frog has been hitting constantly, especially when you land one in really thick brush or right on top of some lily pads.
I've bought four now so I could try different colors and I do think that some of the colors work better than others but that definitely has to do with the water I'm fishing. If you're in murky/blackwater like me, I'd say go for something darker and more natural. I've gotten the most hits on the "Croaker" color. This is 100% a lure I'd recommend to a friend. The only issue I have is the hook-up rate but I've had the same issue with other frogs from other brands so I think that may be me jumping the gun rather than the lure itself. Other than that, it's fun to use, easy to learn and when you hook one up it feels great.
Date published: 2016-06-12
Rated 1 out of
Not worth $10I'll be honest it is still a bit early for the topwater frog bite here in the northeast so maybe this will change but so far I have not gotten a single bite in the multiple times I have thrown this lure. Also one thing that I find annoying is that after only 3-4 casts the lure fills up with water. Like I mentioned above it is still a little early for the topwater frog bite where I live so things may change in the coming weeks but if not I would advise people to save their money and buy something thats cheaper and actually works like the booyah poppin pad crasher