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Rigging a Fighting Frog

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Hi Guys,

Can any of you please advise me on the best way to rig a Fighting Frog?

I'm fairly new to these baits as I never really had any luck in fishing creature baits.

Any advice would be appreciated.
Howzit Sparky.

Give this a watch. The 4 inch Fighting frog is designed to take a 3/0 or 4/0 EWG Gamakatsu. In this clip I'm using the 4/0. Hope it helps. I'm not a great talker on videos but at least you will get an idea of how most of us rig the Fighting Frog.


Here's your vid Billy - Rip.
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Nice video Billy! Awsome.
2 Fast - 2 Seriaaas

If you don't stand for something, you'll fall for anything.
"Steve Bartkowski"
Thanks BillyBass. Very cool.

(I need a shirt like that) Wink
What size weight is best? 1/2oz?
Champion bait!
I buy them in bucket-loads at a time
Thanks guys.

Sparky the weight will depend on you and what the fish are telling you they want. When I go about choosing a weight I will take the following into account: structure,wind,water depth,clarity and line diameter. Obviously for a slower fall you would use a lighter weight and a heavier weight for a faster fall. I like weights from 3/16 up to 1/2 ounce. Bare in mind though that Fighting Frogs can be used in many other situations to eg Carolina rigs,Mojo and on shaky heads ect.

Hope this helps Sparky
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Thanks for the advice BillyBass.

Caught a few good keepers yesterday on the "black neon" colour. Rigged on a 1/2 0z weight. I think I've got the action right now. My retrieve might have been too fast.

What are the other "must have" colours?

Btw. Got myself a few Warmouths as well. Very cool bait.

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