The Lunkherhunt Prop Frog is an extremely efficient fish catcher. Able to move over pads, wood, and slop with ease, the Lunkherhunt Prop Frog features two prop feet that can cruise over cover, re-enter the water, and start churning back up without skipping a beat. Moving plenty of water and creating a one-of-a-kind disturbance, the Prop Frog’s double prop feet move plenty of water and make it easy for fish to track-down. Active and reactive fish cannot resist its call. When they hit, a full set of super-sharp weedless hooks are there to greet them.
Don’t hold back on where you throw this bait. Of course the obvious spots like lily pads, mats, along tule lines and weeds are prime targets and the Prop Frog will go right through those areas really well. Working this bait in hard to reach places will get you some massive strikes, particularly as we get closer to the postspawn summer months, where shade is at a premium. However, don’t avoid open water with this bait either. Try fishing it outside those typical areas, near underwater break lines, points and over shallower humps, especially in low-light or cloudy days.
Make long casts with the Prop Frog, so you can cover a lot of water. This is an ideal bait to fish when you have a large field of grass or mats and you want to move around more than you can with a regular frog. Make sure to always have a follow up bait ready too, like a Senko or a Texas-rig worm. Many times, bass will swirl on a bait like this or blow up and miss. Get right back in there with the Prop Frog for one more cast and if you don’t get hit again, toss a finesse bait back at them.
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