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Terminator Walking Frog 2 1/2" / Black Camo
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Terminator Walking Frog

Terminator

2 1/2" / Black Camo

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$9.49

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Description

The Terminator’s Walking Frog works as good as it looks. Designed tip to tail to convert blow-ups into hook-ups, it’s a more productive frog, designed to maximize its hook’s efficiency. Not only does it have a great walking action, it has features inside you can’t see that make it a bait unlike anything bass anglers have seen.

Gets to and works through even the heaviest of cover
Walks-the-frog easily
Custom designed weight positioned at the rear
Widest gap hook available for increased hookups
Extra soft body compresses easily
Heavy-duty welded line tie
Premium VMC® double hook

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Species: Spotted Bass

color
length
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Price
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Color
Black Camo
LENGTH
2 1/2"
Stock
5
Price
$9.49
Color
Bluegill
LENGTH
2 1/2"
Stock
3
Price
$9.49
Color
Cocoa Camo
LENGTH
2 1/2"
Stock
5
Price
$9.49
Color
White Camo
LENGTH
2 1/2"
Stock
5+
Price
$9.49
Color
Smoke Silver Shad
LENGTH
2 1/2"
Stock
5
Price
$9.49

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    Product Reviews

    • How to Fish a Hollow Body Frog

      No matter where you are in the country, frogging will always be a necessity in your fishing arsenal. Patrick Walters breaks down how and when to use each type of frog, and the colors to stick with. There are distinct differences in the locations that these frogs excel in, and depending on the cover could be the difference in getting bit or not. Whether you are throwing a poppin frog or a walkin frog, color choices are simple. Black, white, red, and a bait fish, such as bluegill color, will cover all your bases. Unlike crankbaits or jerkbaits, keeping the colors limited and simple will actually help you narrow in on the color fish are most reactive to. Don't get caught up in the small details of the coloring, just focus on the main color of the frog and rotate through colors until you get bit. 

      Popping frogs

      Patrick describes poppin frogs to be more of an open water bait. Whether the cover is spread out and isolated, or you are making targeted casts that are meant to draw fish from their cover, the poppin frog is your best choice. Similar to a traditional popper, a poppin frog can be worked slower and is best used to draw fish from distances. Trees, grass lines, scattered pads, and docks are all great places to use a poppin frog.

      Walking Frogs

      Walking frogs are the most universal frog, and likely the first frog most anglers instinctively grab from the tackle box. Patrick believes that these are best utilized when fishing heavy cover, their pointed nose lets them walk side-to-side much easier. Also, the pointed nose helps navigate through cover, such as dense lily pads, where a poppin frogs cupped face would get hung up. Both frogs have a time and place, but by knowing the key characteristics of each style, you can be more efficient and better equipped to handle a day of frog fishing. 

      Gear Breakdown

      Baits: Terminator Poppin' Frog

      Terminator Walkin' Frog

      Rod: Ish Monroe signature 7'4" H Daiwa Tatula Elite   

      Reel: Daiwa Casting Reels

      Line: 50lb Sufix 832

      Apparel

      Hat: Omnia Trucker Hat

      Sweatshirt: Omnia Hooded Sweatshirt