… and it works.


I’ve experimented with this Frogfur a lot because I figured this design feature would get a lot of attention. After the initial blowup, I’ve been letting the bass swim with it; no hooksets and no reeling on my part. On average, the bass are swimming with this frog for more than five seconds before they can break free from the Frogfur. When setting the hook, the bait is already pinned in the top of their mouths, which allows for outstanding hook penetration. I have not dumped a single bass throughout my testing. I have a feeling we’ll be seeing a lot more similarly designed frogs in the near future. 

Initially, my biggest concerns with this Frogfur revolved around its durability. I’m happy to say, however, that it has stayed intact quite well. It’s not peeling off and it’s still as effective as it was the first time I used the Boom Boom Frog.