Coming straight from Japan, the Evergreen Kicker Frog delivers an unbeatable amphibian imitation that will have frog-hungry bass going berserk. The Evergreen Kicker Frog is built using a heavy-gauge single frog hook that rides close to the body to eliminate snagging. The use of a single hook in lieu of a double frog hook might be an issue for other frog baits, but the incredible collapsibility of the Evergreen Kicker Frog ensures its effectiveness. The rear section of the Evergreen Kicker Frog is weighted with a unique metal plate that allows it to be cast incredibly far, create an effortless side-to-side motion, and also prevents it from landing upside down. The weighted plate also has an eyelet for attaching an optional spinner blade. Finished with twin ponytails, the Evergreen Kicker Frog is one amphibian that big bass will “toad-ily” go wild over.
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Comments: I am surprised that there has not been a customer review of this frog yet but I guess I get to be the first. If you love the Deps Slither K, you'll enjoy this frog walker. It has the same the action and can take a lot more hits before breaking down. I've caught over 30 bass on mines and it still works great. The walking action is still very aggressive and really triggers Bass to bite. Perfect for weed edges and open water. Not sure why TW has it so pricey as you can find these usually for $12. I still buy it with TW because of the great shipping specials. Get one.
From: Frogger man: MN
Comments: If you are looking for a frog with really good hook up ratios give these a try.
From: Silas: MI, USA
Comments: The material on this frog is softer than the spro. I would say as soft as the koppers or a little more. If you want 100% hook up ratios in a frog without modifying the hooks this may be the frog. Im getting more!
From: Popasmurf: MI
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