Make your own swim-bait style Frog or convert old ones.

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Gary Key
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Make your own swim-bait style Frog or convert old ones.

Postby Gary Key » Tue Sep 19, 2017 3:44 pm

Made a How To video on converting old frogs to swimbait sprinker style frogs or a way to make your own new ones if you are so inclined. Hopefully this helps some of you fix and convert those old ones.


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Re: Make your own swim-bait style Frog or convert old ones.

Postby Otay Michael » Tue Sep 19, 2017 4:06 pm

nice job. I made one similar and got my first on it last week. It has it's places that no other lure would work as well in.
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Gary Key
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Re: Make your own swim-bait style Frog or convert old ones.

Postby Gary Key » Wed Sep 20, 2017 9:52 am

Thanks Michael! Yeah I am definitely seeing where this bait has its advantages. Hoping to get some video footage in the coming weeks. Always fun to see new innovations.

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Re: Make your own swim-bait style Frog or convert old ones.

Postby DogOn » Wed Sep 27, 2017 6:40 pm

I'm not bought into the concept. Seems like the cost to rig one up pushes the cost to $20-$25 per lure. And question the action with the additional weight.


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