Like most hollow-body frogs, the Hop Walker Frog has a weight in the belly of the bait to improve casting and ensure the bait rolls over and sits upright in the water. They offer two sizes: a 1/2-ounce version that’s 2 1/4 inches long as well as 3/4-ounce that comes in at 2 3/4 inches long.
These two size offerings give you a pretty good range to match whatever hatch you’re fishing around. The 2 3/4 inch is more my style and what I’d call a normal full-size frog. I can throw it a long ways and do so with pretty good accuracy and again, it skips well. But the smaller version would work great too for finicky bass or pond and creek fishing. Or, if the fish were blowing up on the bigger one for some reason and not getting it, that would be a good time to try the smaller one.