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Froggin first #14337139 04/07/22 01:49 PM
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Caught three of them yesterday. This one being the stud of the three. None were hooked but they all hung onto the bait until they got in the boat and realized they had better let go and jumped back into the water. This one hung on long enough to get a picture. fish Anyone else ever had this happen?

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I've caught a few on plastic worms but never on a frog. They're great eating too.


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Had that happen many times every year. When it's froggin' them frogs eat their own

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Fun stuff, I’ve caught on worms, frogs, top-waters, popping bugs, etc. We used to have a few ponds where the bull frogs were the targeted species. thumb

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Good eating there.

Can't believe you let them get away.

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Both frogs, eagle and gators have tried.

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Re: Froggin first [Re: KnotTexan] #14337446 04/07/22 05:13 PM
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eeks we don’t have frogs that big down here, guess everything eats them too quickly.

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Originally Posted by grout-scout
eeks we don’t have frogs that big down here, guess everything eats them too quickly.


Snacks for the gators 🐊 grin.

Or some of your bass eating friends from the other thread bang grin.

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I love the shadow it is casting. The bait blends in and it looks just like Kermit!


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Originally Posted by grout-scout
eeks we don’t have frogs that big down here, guess everything eats them too quickly.


Got some that are close Grout. I have a 30 acre flood control tank about 4 miles from me that is loaded with them. I use a rod and reel with a 4 inch worm and catch them all the time. All you have to do is to spot them close to the bank and then cast the worm on the bank near them. Twitch it a couple of time and they will eat it up. Set the hook and the fight is on.

Just be sure to not put too much grease in the pan for the legs as they will kick some out sometimes.

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Tastes like Chicken!

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Used to catch frogs on frogs quite a bit when I fished ponds with a bunch of grass/slop in them.


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Bubblegum Zoom Trick worm.............

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Originally Posted by spacejunkie
Originally Posted by grout-scout
eeks we don’t have frogs that big down here, guess everything eats them too quickly.


Got some that are close Grout. I have a 30 acre flood control tank about 4 miles from me that is loaded with them. I use a rod and reel with a 4 inch worm and catch them all the time. All you have to do is to spot them close to the bank and then cast the worm on the bank near them. Twitch it a couple of time and they will eat it up. Set the hook and the fight is on.

Just be sure to not put too much grease in the pan for the legs as they will kick some out sometimes.




Have you ever seen any at any of the lakes? McQueeny, Placid, Choke, etc.

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