All the above suggesting Daiwas are good choices. I have had some of my Lews reels give me issues. They just aren't built as strong. As much as I hate to admit it. Lews are a great feel for the money, but they aren't a "great reel". My TWS Zillions are strong. The Steez are REALLY strong, but lack in the drag department. I can lock down my Steez reels and still hear the braid "zzziiipppp" on a hook set. My Zillions? They have a LOT more drag power. When froggin with braid, I like the drag set as tight as possible. I want to pull the bass up and out of the nasty stuff as quick as possible. A reel with weak gears or a "finesse" drag ain't it. That rules out the Steez and Lews. I don't know about the Tatulas. I know they are almost identical to the Zillion. I'd guess they would be a great reel for froggin. Get a high speed reel. It will help to get the line ready for a hook up. Sometimes frogs get knocked around and causes lots of slack in the line. You gotta get the slack out fast, then set the hook.