The Scum Frog Thundertoad motors over water with the same tenacity and commotion as a standard buzzbait – except with one little secret - it floats. Not having to constantly reel to keep the Scum Frog Thundertoad on top of the water gives anglers a more effective way to cover water. The Scum Frog Thundertoad is ideal for a stop-and-go retrieve, and allows for pausing around hot spots without sinking. The Scum Frog Thunder Toad is also fitted with a premium prop blade that creates an enormous surface disturbance as it moves over the water. Give the Scum Frog Thunder Toad a try and you’ll see what the “buzz” is about.
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Comments: WOW...I'll be brief...Good idea, bad execution. Don't waste your money! JUNK!
From: Tom: N. Charleston, S.C.
Comments: melted to junk in my frog box. NO, it wasn't near any super-plastics. I never got to throw
From: Meatwad: wasting money again
Comments: JUNK! Just got mine in. After 15 casts, one of the plastic arms on the buzz bait part broke off. Did not get hung up, hit a rock or anything. Won't be buying anymore!
From: Tim: Daniels, WV
Comments: Great concept, but I have problems with the frog flipping upside down, and then the hooks get caught on everything. It's almost like it needs a belly weight or something to keep the frog from rotating, the little bend in the wire is not enough. Pretty much unusable because of this.
From: Mike: PA
Comments: i got 6 of these frogs for xmas last year. i did'nt fish them until late summer of this year. that was a mistake. i own and fish just about every fake frog on the market and there are some great one's around. this little frog is a bass catcher! i rate it up there with any buzz frog made. it's also fun to chunk and fun is what we all look for in fishing unless you let $$ get in the way all the scum frog's are good but this one stand's out.
From: Wes: Salinas, CA
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