Fishing With Frogs 

Frogs are great for catching bass and other predatory fish. There are three main types of frog lures: hollow-body, hard-body, and soft-body. Hollow-body frog lures are typically made of soft plastic and have a hollow cavity inside to make them float on top of the water. They're incredibly lifelike, and the legs create a realistic swimming action, making them a top choice for bass fishing. Hard-body frog lures are constructed with a solid body and come with treble hooks attached. They're perfect for fishing in thick vegetation as they can easily navigate through lily pads and other cover. Soft-body frog lures, as the name suggests, have a soft, rubbery body that gives them a realistic feel, making them effective in enticing fish to strike. The hook is often concealed within the body of the lure, which makes them weedless and perfect for fishing in heavy cover. Each type of frog lure has its advantages and can be effective in different situations, depending on the type of fish you're targeting and the environment you're fishing in.

Frog Fishing Technique

One of the keys to success in frog fishing is the retrieval method used. A popular retrieval method is the "walk the dog" technique, where the lure is worked back and forth on the surface of the water, creating a realistic swimming action that entices fish to strike. Another effective retrieval method is the "pop and stop" technique, where the lure is popped across the surface of the water, and then paused to imitate a frog or other prey struggling in the water.

To utilize frog lures effectively throughout the year, it's important to consider the season and weather conditions. During the spring and summer months when water temperatures are warmer, fish tend to be more active and will chase down fast-moving frog lures. In the fall and winter months, when water temperatures are colder, a slower retrieve with a soft-body frog lure can be more effective. Additionally, fishing in the early morning or late afternoon can be more productive, as these are times when fish are more likely to be feeding. By adjusting the retrieve method and lure choice based on the conditions, anglers can increase their chances of catching fish when frog fishing.