Reviewing the Spro Flappin Frog 65

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what i think about the spro flappin frog

I was able to test the Spro Flappin Frog for a little while before getting interrupted by a random person telling me I wasn’t supposed to be fishing there.

Despite this interruption, I was able to get a feel for this frog lure and figure out what I like about it, so let’s get into it!

Why I Tested this Frog Bait

I decided that instead of strictly going by my recommendation, I would gather some data from other anglers. So I made a poll in a few fishing groups and asked what their favorite kind of frog lure was.

Spro came out number one on the poll, so I decided to find out why.

Pros of the Spro Flappin Frog

There were a few things I really liked about this frog lure.

High-Quality Material

First of all, when you take this out of the package, you can immediately see the attention to detail and quality material. This isn’t some cheap lure from Etsy.

The color and pattern are very consistent, vibrant, and detailed.

The plastic material is thick, stretchy, and buoyant, as it should be.

The hooks are snug against the body so that you don’t get snagged too easily. At the same time, a gentle press on the body and the hooks will come out like when a bass bites it. The hooks are also sharp and thick, meaning good quality metal.

Good Action

First, let’s talk buoyancy. A lot of lower-quality frogs will not sit properly on top of the water for various reasons. With the Spro frog, you can see that it sits on top of the water very evenly and naturally. Seriously, look at the flapping legs.

spro frog sitting on top of the water

It moves across the water excellently, and the flapping legs have awesome action and are consistent. I have found that a lot of top water baits with flapping tails tend to get stuck and stop flapping, but I really didn’t have that issue with the Spro Frog. This is a big plus for me.

I didn’t end up catching anything, but I did get a hit during the short trip, which is surprising for the pond I tested it at. There’s no doubt in my mind that this frog bait will catch fish.

Cons Of the Flappin Frog

Honestly, this is a great frog lure, and there was only one thing I didn’t like about it, and it has nothing to do with the bait performance-wise.

I’m talking about the price. This will run you about $16 bucks, which is pretty steep for one soft plastic bait. However, I will point out that this is a reusable soft plastic bait versus something like a stick bait that gets torn up easily.

With that being said, I definitely think the price is worth it because you’re not gonna find a hand-painted frog bait of this quality for cheaper.

Summing Up My Thoughts On the Spro Flappin Frog 65

This is a high-quality lure that I would recommend to any angler from beginners to experts. The high quality and attention to detail paired with the performance make this bait top of the line. I don’t regret making this purchase, and you won’t either.

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