5/23 Frog Fishing

johnDjohnD WC FLPosts: 6,400 Admiral
May is the right time for throwing those buzz frogs.

23"

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smaller fish ,lost another one about this size at my feet... 7:30pm to 8:00pm.

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  • Austins26Austins26 Posts: 1,989 Captain
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  • capt louiecapt louie citrus countyPosts: 9,826 Moderator
    Dang , them's some good 'uns. Does that hook weight slide ?
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  • johnDjohnD WC FLPosts: 6,400 Admiral
    capt louie wrote: »
    Dang , them's some good 'uns. Does that hook weight slide ?

    Yep, it slides. I crimp it with a pair of pliers so it won't slide forward.
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  • InshoreHandlerInshoreHandler Posts: 3 Greenhorn
    Nice catch! I had a very solid day of frog fishing On May 9th 30-40 fish from .5 to 7lbs they were only hitting frogs that looked similar to yours. I had 3 baggies of these frogs I got from a flea market (unmarked package) and I'm trying to figure out what manufacturer they are from cause after I ran out of them they wouldn't hit any of my other frog baits. What brand was yours?
  • PeacockFeverPeacockFever Posts: 227 Officer
    I was out snakehead fishing using those ribbit frogs and a 5lb brute of a largemouth about 22 inches long slammed it, totally surprised me but she was gorgeous!!
    There's no such thing as too much bait!
  • johnDjohnD WC FLPosts: 6,400 Admiral
    Nice catch! I had a very solid day of frog fishing On May 9th 30-40 fish from .5 to 7lbs they were only hitting frogs that looked similar to yours. I had 3 baggies of these frogs I got from a flea market (unmarked package) and I'm trying to figure out what manufacturer they are from cause after I ran out of them they wouldn't hit any of my other frog baits. What brand was yours?

    Stanley Ribbits 3.5"
    I was out snakehead fishing using those ribbit frogs and a 5lb brute of a largemouth about 22 inches long slammed it, totally surprised me but she was gorgeous!!

    That's a pig !
  • TreyC_AUTreyC_AU Posts: 36 Deckhand
    Those are some toads! I like that 13 rod too!
  • johnDjohnD WC FLPosts: 6,400 Admiral
    TreyC_AU wrote: »
    Those are some toads! I like that 13 rod too!

    Thanks ! It's the best $100 bass rod I have ever owned ,very sensitive. That one is the 7'1" MH, gonna get the 7'3" heavy for skinny dippers/ez swimmers. My Father has the 7'11 Omen Flipping stick ,that rod does not play the radio !
  • 01190119 Posts: 155 Deckhand
    That rod doesn't look like a $100 rod, it has lots of JDM influences. Sharp looking...
  • johnDjohnD WC FLPosts: 6,400 Admiral
    Can't seem to get past these 4 lb and 5 lb fish..Caught a nice one this afternoon before the bottom fell out, swimming a 10.5" worm in 1' of water..

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  • TreyC_AUTreyC_AU Posts: 36 Deckhand
    i have a few of them. The 7'3" MH is by far my favorite. I throw dippers, toads, and swim jigs on it, works great for all three.
  • johnDjohnD WC FLPosts: 6,400 Admiral
    TreyC_AU wrote: »
    i have a few of them. The 7'3" MH is by far my favorite. I throw dippers, toads, and swim jigs on it, works great for all three.


    I bought the 7'3 heavy yesterday for frogs and ez swimmers. caught a dink on it yesterday before dark ,when I set the hook he didn't have a chance...lol

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  • Bass2bucksBass2bucks Posts: 654 Officer
  • RollinRollin Posts: 1,543 Captain
    Nice work with the Frogs.
  • weetzaweetza Posts: 156 Officer
    Early evening night time froggin, my favorite way to catch bass this time of year. Nice job man!
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