I have several different frogs that I enjoy using, and they each have their place in time!Spro Bronzeye Poppin' Frog
1. My favorite frog for windy days or muddy water is definitely the Poppin' Frog. The cupped lip of this frog really throws a lot of water and it enables the fish to key in on it easier. I've never had a problem with hookups with this frog. Great walking action and durable plastic as well! Remember, the fish has got to see it, to eat it. Spro Bronzeye Shad 65
2. For the times when I think bass are keying in on shad, I throw a shad shaped frog like the Bronzeye Shad 65. It has more of a shad-like profile and it has a killer walking action that you wish every frog had. Another thing they did with this frog is they put the skirts vertical to each other, and that really makes the bait walk well. Reaction Innovations Swamp Donkey
3. This is my standard, go to frog. The Swamp Donkey has everything you want in a frog. It's easy to walk, has a durable yet pliable plastic, and the details on this frog are great! LiveTarget Hollow Frog
4. Sometimes bass have a hard time committing to a frog or a lure on the surface. That doesn't mean they won't eat it, that just means you need to downsize a little bit. The LiveTarget frog is a nice, little bite-sized offering for those pressured, pesky bass. The number one thing about this frog is the body. It is the softest on the market and has the best hookup ratio. LiveTarget Field Mouse
5. This is my wildcard. If you ask me, anglers in the last 10-15 years have really looked past throwing a rat-style bait and you don't see many guys throwing them. If you give this bait a try, I promise you'll catch bigger fish than on a frog. Not just because it's a bigger profile, but because bass love rats. Just go to Youtube and look up some videos of bass eating rats. If I have a limit in the boat and I'm looking for a kicker fish, I always tie on this bait. And so far, it hasn't let me down.