Designed to make walking-the-dog so easy that it becomes second nature, the Scum Frog Scum Dog Walker allows you to focus all your thoughts and attention on finding and catching fish. Its unique hull shaped belly and rear weighting allow it to pivot easily in the water, and with successive twitches of the rod tip on semi-slack line, the Scum Dog Walker will sashay seductively from side-to-side with little effort. Its super soft plastic construction also delivers excellent collapsibility, exposing the Scum Dog Walker’s super sharp Owner hooks, and allowing you to capitalize on more blow ups. Available in several realistic colors, the Scum Frog Scum Dog Walker is a great way to target bass in one of their favorite hiding places - in and around matted vegetation.
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Comments: It stands nose to the sky in the water with 80 percent of the body being underwater. Can't walk it obviously since the only part of the frog above water is the nose.
From: Andrew: MA 5/25/15
Comments: One of my favorite frogs. Great swimming action, weedless over dense cover, soft body, and durable. Had a big pike crush my Scum Frog a week ago after having landed several bass with it. It is all gashed up but still floats and swims great. I was impressed at how little water this frog takes on, even after the pike. This frog ranks in my top three along with the Booyah and Live Target. Much better frog than the Spro at almost half the cost.
From: Mark: WI 9/3/14
Comments: Great frog. Unbelievable walking action. At first look I was certain the frog would sink because of the size of the hole where the hooks exit the body. But I was wrong. I can not get this thing to sink. I've had about a 70% hook up ratio which is unbelievable with a hollow body frog. Great value. Very durable except for the eyes. Lost one eye on the 5th fish. The other is still hanging on. But the eyes don't seem to matter much. The bass are still inhaling it. My only complaint is that when at rest, the rear end sinks down in the water to much. So it sits really vertical instead of lying flat on the water. So you don't get the strikes you get on other frogs when the bait is sitting still in the water. But you better be ready while it's in motion. The black with green in the legs kills them around my parts. Great frog for a great price. I was always a SPRO man, but when I can buy 2 for the price of one without any drop off in results, count me in.
From: Tim: Daniels, WV 7/17/14
Comments: These scumfrogs are the absolute TANKS of frogs in fact the bodies are better than spro. A stiffer rod is nice because these frogs don't have the best hooks though. They are not crappy hooks though the originals and these ones are my FAVORITE! The bigfoots okay but sometimes the legs get hooked instead of the fish when a bass makes the frog colapse.
From: Trenton: WI
Comments: I have an extensive collection of frogs, and scum frogs by far catch the most fish, have the softest bodies, and are the most reasonably priced. The walker walks MUCH more easily than the new Jackall Iobee frog for less than half the price. I can't say enough good things about the scum frog line.
From: Charles: Scranton, PA
Comments: scum frog is truely considerate to the average frog fisherman. they are focused on making high quality frogs that are simple,weedless,affordable,and very productive for bass. this one is a perfect example. this is a very good frog with an amazing action. you can walk this frog whether you're a pro or a beginner, or if you have a $15 zebco or a $150 quantum. great job scum frog! keep making great frogs!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Comments: Pomeroy Mustard has red flake & works great.Be sure to leave slack line so it walks best.
From: Doug: Orlando, FL
Comments: This lure, I could not get to walk. Not even a sideways turn. I am however a huge fan of the original scum from without the legs
From: Nico: Michigan
Comments: Picture does not show the red flake which works great on Lake Okeechobee
From: Mike: Ft. Lauderdale, FL