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Title: Happy Valentines Day
Post by: DF on 02/12/18 13:32 UTC
 :-*

(https://i.imgur.com/rDZgJg6.jpg?1)
Title: Re: Happy Valentines Day
Post by: ctom on 02/12/18 16:07 UTC
Now that is pink. Well done D!
Title: Re: Happy Valentines Day
Post by: WALLEYE WACKER on 02/12/18 23:04 UTC
Wish I could get pink that hot.
Title: Re: Happy Valentines Day
Post by: CNickerson78 on 02/13/18 00:06 UTC
Those look killer
Title: Re: Happy Valentines Day
Post by: DF on 02/13/18 05:15 UTC
Thanks guys, my daughter should enjoy fishing these this summer. The color is old ccm bubblegum and ES fluor pink.
Title: Re: Happy Valentines Day
Post by: Lamar on 02/13/18 06:07 UTC
  I've said it before on here. When fishing heavy muck and pads I like bright colored frogs. I would not be afraid to fish that at all.
Title: Re: Happy Valentines Day
Post by: olsarge on 02/13/18 14:56 UTC
  I've said it before on here. When fishing heavy muck and pads I like bright colored frogs. I would not be afraid to fish that at all.

Still experimenting with colors here but white has the edge so far.  Have yet to see a white frog in the wild but the fish like it.  I'd fish that pink one too!
Title: Re: Happy Valentines Day
Post by: billygee on 02/13/18 15:07 UTC

WOW ! Awesome !

I'm Blinded  8)

That should wake up some sleepers !


billygee 



Title: Re: Happy Valentines Day
Post by: Lamar on 02/13/18 15:35 UTC
Still experimenting with colors here but white has the edge so far.  Have yet to see a white frog in the wild but the fish like it.  I'd fish that pink one too!

  From my experience with frog fishing is when bass are feeding on frogs they really don't care what color they are. In the wild frogs are camouflaged and when the bass come through the pads or muck to strike them it's about a 50 / 50 they get the frog. By fishing a bright colored frog during sunny days and a dark colored frog on cloudy days the bass can zone in better on them. Plus I'm an old man and I can see a frog like that better if the bass got it or missed it. Your percentage of hook ups will be much greater if you and the bass can see the frog better. If I was selling frogs I'd make the backs CC Green with black flake and the belly a dull gray. But I'm not selling them.