http://www.tacklewarehouse.com/LIVETARG ... THBFG.html
http://www.tackletour.com/reviewevergre ... rfrog.html
After having lost what I think could have been my personal best LMB on a topwater frog, I went through many topwater frogs to find one that really worked. I must have found it about the same time as the guys here.
Same sentiments. I dont like anything else but their frogs and field mouse. In fact, their field mouse does 20Xtimes better in getting strikes than the frog at my lakes (hands down no comparison). Just yesterday, I used the frog and threw it in the same spot 5 times (no strike), i grabbed my other heavy rod that had the mouse, threw it in the exactly same spot and landed 9lber. That Livetarget field mouse (my secret topwater weapon) has landed over 5 bass weighing over 6lbs last night (several 1-3lbers) and the day before same results. Im actually doing away with the mouse, indefinitely.hungry_cow wrote:I have also had the best luck with the Live Target Koppers frog. Which is interesting because I don't like anything else live target makes and don't use any of their hard baits as to me it seems like they just try to make fancy looking baits that catch the fisherman but the action is nothing special. Their frog on the other hand walks very well, casts great, has sharp hooks and a very soft body for a great hookup rate. For me it is the best combination of everything that makes a practical fish catching frog in one bait.
@anyrate, my brother swears on their other baits LiveTarget makes, especially their yearling bait-ball crank bait
We throw mostly in stained water and in the dark when cranking, and he's convinced the baitball painted on the side of the crankbait is what get bass to react and strike (in stained water in the dark), Lmao. yeah...whatever, BRO!
Link: https://pro-zbaits.com/product/pro-z-ba ... llow-body/