Spro Dean Rojas Bronzeye Baby Popper Frog 50

Spro Dean Rojas Bronzeye Baby Popper Frog 50

Like it's bigger brother, the Spro Bronzeye Baby Popper Frog was designed to attract bass out of the thickest cover. Designed by Bassmaster Elite Series pro, Dean Rojas, it creates a subtle popping sound, and has a smaller profile to entice those pressured fish to bite. With the Spro Baby Popper, you can walk the dog, pop it, chug it or dead stick it. This smaller version casts like a rocket, and is weighted to land upright every time. The legs are made from living rubber, which you can also trim to change the bait's action and profile. The Bronzeye Baby Popper Frog is also backed with a sticky sharp Gamakatsu EWG 1/0 double hook for solid hook ups. Available in a variety of proven fish catching colors, the Spro Bronzeye Baby Popper Frog is the perfect lure to throw when the fish ignore larger topwater offerings.

Spro Bronzeye Length Weight Class
Baby Pop 50 2" 1/4oz Topwater

Treble Hooks

9 Colors

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Customer Reviews

Comments: This is going to sound strange, but the only thing that impressed me about this frog was how many fish it catches. It sank, it didn't pop well & it got torn up after two fish & this was all in only one hour of fishing. However, in that one hour I caught four fish including two absolute giants. So I'm not really sure whether I'm going to buy another one of these or not, cuz it's torn up & sinks but catches fish. I guess that means it's a good bait tho, the fish's opinion matters more than mine.

From: Sam: USA 5/7/16

Comments: The Spro Bronzeye Baby Popper Frog is a Goliath slaying champion! True this is a petite hollow frog, but with great monster attracting qualities. Colors that entice the beast lead the way, while the concave mouth creates noise and disturbance. Walk the dog or chug this lure to victory! Use a braided line, such as Power Pro's Super 8 Slick, color timber brown, in 20 pound test; or a gel-spun polyethylene unifilament, like Berkley's Nanofil, Low/Vis green, in 14 pound test. Don't let the size fool you, this is a warrior in a small package!

From: William: Thomaston, GA 1/17/15

Comments: Great little frog! Two things to make fishing this frog better. Take superglue to the weight on the bottom dab a little on and your good to go. Also replace the hook with a 4 ought. I have caught bass from 2lb-8lb on this little frog! Great for subtle action when the big frogs don't get a look. Also love this frog when bream are on bed! throw it over a bed pop a few times and hold on!!

From: John: Atlanta, GA 11/29/14

Comments: Yeah if you want to skip this little guy, you NEED spinning gear. It catches fish but buy more than one because I just put the 8th fish on mine and it is TRASH. But hey, if they work, I will buy.

From: Jay6: USA 7/16/14

Comments: Love this as a skipping bait. With a spinning rod and braid, can get this in places most frogs can't go.

From: John:NY

Comments: Great popper. Casts like a rock and has great action. My only suggestion is to stay with the smaller size as it seems I have had more hits on them verses the larger popper frog. A bit expensive but well worth it. Raise the hooks a bit for a better hook up ratio. Overall great bait. 

From: Manny: Adairsville, Georgia, USA

Comments: You can try the others but I know that these are the best poppers out there.

From: Mike

Comments: this is a great frog.You can change the hook out for a 4/0 hook and you will get more hook ups.

From: Trent: NC

Comments:  I like the frog lure, seen bill dance through frogs and I thought why not a new spro UV frog? they should make it. I love new lures so I like more and spent most of my life loving lures. I want more lures like this frog but UV versions also. That be awesome for low light conditions. God bless you guys spro and TW forever! make some more new baits.

From: Alex: Kansas

Comments: It gets hung up on too much slop but it is overall a decent frog, i would recommend it for fishing ponds for sure. I give it a 4/5

From: Ryan: San Diego, CA

Comments:  A GREAT little frog, was really "hopping" to see if they would ever make a smaller popper. The only downside: Its an amazing concept however it certainly is not as well built as its older brother, rubber is softer and tears faster, 2 of my 3 swim/land upside down too.

From: Nathan: Niceville, FL

Comments: these little poppers catch big too. was on lake "o" and crushed them on the baby popper. caught 3 fish over 5 pounds and finishes with 22 pounds in an hour. a 10 pound mudfish ended the session when the hook broke in half. better than the big one.

From: Cracker: Boca Raton, FL

Comments: had four strikes off the pond with this bait. Good lure caught some good size fish. The pond has too much weeds so I needed to use this bait. Its works guys, buy one and try one out. Its nice frog bait. Pic the right color you like best. Good topwater action. Good luck!!

From: Alex

Comments: This frog is terrible!!!!!  the little weight comes out of the bottom after 1 day of fishing!

From: Dan: Belmont, NC

Comments: This litte guy works great.  Yes, it will get bites from smaller fish, but I have caught some bigger fish that want a more subtle offering than the traditional frog bait

From: Jacob: Atlanta, GA

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