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The bottom of this frog is what makes it sooo different from the others out there. Mold by Jason @ Caney Creek Molds. Color is Leopard Frog.

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Jim thats a beauty!!! I like the color alot. What green is that that you poured on that bait? and also is the center color a hi lite or did you pour this in three different colors? Again great looking bait.

Frank

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Frank:

Top is a mix of lime green and other greens. Center color just forms and looks like hi lite due to white and green meeting. It is just 2 colors.

Jim

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These have a subtle difference from all the other soft plastic topwater frogs, and believe me, I have thrown over 20 varieties. They may look similar to others but there is a big difference in the belly of this one.

Action has a slight, but noticable, "walk-the-dog" as it comes in. Same bubble trail as all topwater, paddle tail frogs. Small version has a higher pitched bubbling though and it has produced quite well for some of my field testors.

The nose rides high in the water so it stays out of the slop good and keeps the frog on the hook nicely.

I have had a VERY difficult time trying to get this frog to run upside down as well. The belly difference forces it to stay right side up.

It has been fun creating colors. Think I might be up to around 20. 3 color and 4 color ones coming soon.

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These have a subtle difference from all the other soft plastic topwater frogs, and believe me, I have thrown over 20 varieties. They may look similar to others but there is a big difference in the belly of this one.

Action has a slight, but noticable, "walk-the-dog" as it comes in. Same bubble trail as all topwater, paddle tail frogs. Small version has a higher pitched bubbling though and it has produced quite well for some of my field testors.

The nose rides high in the water so it stays out of the slop good and keeps the frog on the hook nicely.

I have had a VERY difficult time trying to get this frog to run upside down as well. The belly difference forces it to stay right side up.

It has been fun creating colors. Think I might be up to around 20. 3 color and 4 color ones coming soon.

Jim thanks for the information. I am looking forward in seeing this bait in the awesome colors that I have seen on your other baits. I got much to learn but it is great seeing a pro at work. Talk to you soon.

Frank

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