Luke Clausen talks about the new Megabass Pony Gabot at the ICAST 2013 show. He reviews the features like the tie for a spinner on the bottom. Holes on top and bottom that can be modified and more.
Video Transcript: Hi, Luke Clausen here 2013 ICAST. I want to introduce you to the new Megabass frog the Pony Gabot. A really neat frog that does almost everything you need it to do. It comes with a special style brand of mouth that which is a totally different shape of a mouth of a frog then we have ever seen before and what it does is it enables you to get a lot of different actions out of one frog. For one it will cut really sharp and spit. You can work it in one place with short twitches keep that bait from moving very far and yet get a lot of spray out of it. You can also take and pull it. Slower pulls you get more of a traditional popping look to it or you can walk it with less sharp twitches and it will walk and spray less. It is really a frog that does nearly everything. It’s a 3/8 oz. frog that comes with double legs that run all the way through so you don’t have to worry about the legs coming out. It’s got a line tie around the eye for preventing more water from leaking into the frog. A couple cool things I like to do to customize a frog especially on this one it comes with a little eye right here, open water you can actually put a blade on it. You don’t see that with a lot of frogs adds a little flash to it totally different look and a lot of times I’ll put a little cover of this hole here with any frog and on this frog it comes with a hole in the back. Which it allows the frog to collapse when you get a bit when there is still no way for air to get out by sealing the back and to use that little hole you can just take a hook, punch it the rest of the way through allows air to get out and the frog collapses even better. The Pony Gabot is defiantly a frog I’ll be using in the next years to come and hopefully I’ll be making a lot of money on it. You need to give it a try.