How does it skip?

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The keel of the Leap FrogZ has the perfect shape to make the bait super easy to walk, while still not being so drastic that it can’t be skipped well. When a frog has a super sharp V to the belly, it will often catch on the water’s surface and dig in when trying to skip the bait or deflect the bait off to one side and divert it from skipping along the intended path.

Sometimes a poorly designed keel will even cause the bait to deflect way up into the air when it hits the water, sending the bait careening into a dock, bush or whatever other cover I’m trying to skip under. The Leap FrogZ however does a good job skipping low to the water, in a straight line and pretty far. So this frog is built to skip; the rest really comes down to the skipper.