Fort Smith, Ark. – Sometimes you’ve got to go the finesse route, even when you’re froggin’. It can be when bass see thousands of frogs a day, like at Guntersville or other grassy lakes, or maybe you’re fishing a smaller water where bass are less likely to strike bigger, louder frogs. Plus, we all know how finicky bass can be – maybe it’s just what they want that day. The Booyah Pad Crasher Jr. is a smaller hollow-body frog that makes less commotion, yet retains enough weight to cast on baitcasting or spinning gear. It measures 2 ¼-inches in length (not including the spinnerbait skirt legs) and weighs ¼-ounce.
The Jr. is the same frog as its big brother, with the same soft plastic that has proven time-and-time again to come over mats and through cover without snagging, yet easily collapse for incredible hook-up rates. Almost all bass are hooked in the roof of the mouth with both hooks holding the fish secure until it’s in the boat or on the bank. Spinnerbait-style legs can be trimmed for an even smaller profile and less commotion for those really tough times. Awesome color patterns simulate both frogs and baitfish, and a pin-prick hole at the back of the frog allows water to escape so you can fish quicker and more efficiently. The Booyah Pad Crasher Jr. may be smaller in size, but it fishes bigtime.
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