Mastering the Art of Bass Fishing: Landing a Decent Bass with a SPRO Popping Frog

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Largemouth Bass

  • baitcaster
    method
  • 1 lbs 12 oz
    weight
  • 15
    body length (in)
  • private
    land type
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  • Jim's avatar

    I’m getting no interest in my frogs. Maybe I’ll try a popper…

  • Jacob's avatar

    @Jim it was really slow for me last night. Mornings seem better for frogs at our pond.

  • Jim's avatar

    I may have to try and work the frog harder in the morning. I did not clean and lube my reels this winter and that was a mistake. My Lews baitcaster is filthy and the thumb spring is no longer working. Bearings or gears sound like shit. I mostly have to pound my reel with my palm to engage the gear. It’s a struggle.

  • Jacob's avatar

    @Jim I’m bad about regular reel maintenance.

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Jacob K

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