From the coast of California to the Swamps of Florida, the Teckel USA Honker Frog features a classic design that has been proven to put Donkeys in the boat. Created by Japanese lure maker and tournament angler, Hideki Maeda, the Teckel USA Honker Frog was designed using a classic amphibian shape and action that anglers and bass still can't stop thinking about.
The Teckel USA Honker Frog features two metal feet attached at the rear of the bait using premium ball bearings. These metal feet generate a unique waking effect that is sure to grab the attention of bass lurking beneath the vegetation. Additionally, the Teckel USA Honker Frog also features a built-in weight that makes casting a breeze, and ensures that it won’t land upside-down. The combination of a razor-sharp Gamakatsu double frog hook and an extremely collapsible body gives the Teckel USA Honker Frog a strong strike-to-hookup ratio.
Building upon a proven croaker profile, the Teckel USA Honker Frog delivers a slightly different look that frog-hungry fish won't pass up.
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Comments: I've jumped between multiple frogs but this one consistently gets a blow up & for whatever reason, it has a great hookup ratio as well. It does not tear/sink even after 20+ bass, good price, attracts bass even under windy condition. what else can you ask for? I just wish Teckel makes a popper frog. This frog is so good that I can't find a reason to pick up the Whacker Frog.
From: Toshiya H: Schaumburg, IL 8/27/15
Comments: These frogs work great on the water. Never had to squeeze water out of any of them.
From: T-Funk: DC
Comments: Don't be fooled by the awesome colors and presentation! These sink in about 3 seconds! Both of them I got sank! That sucks cause I was really pumped to use it!
From: Beau: Panhandle, NE
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