Patented keel hole

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back end of bass fishing frog

This frog also has a rather large hole in the rear of the bait compared to many of the other frogs out there. Inevitably, all frogs are going to get a little water in them. Most lure manufactures try to eliminate this as best as possible and they put one little hole in the bottom of the bait so the water can be squeezed out.

Scum Frog went a different direction here but somehow it still works really well. The water just flows in and out of the frog but even with the weight and the water getting into the frog, it still floats in open water. This eliminates the need to squeeze a bunch of water out of this frog every 5 to 10 casts like some other frogs. Instead, the water just flows out between casts.