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|Hollow Body Frogs|
|A good froggin' rod should fall roughly between 7' 2" - 7' 8", the extra length helps propel long casts as well as pull fish out of heavy cover. A rod with heavy action and a fast tip also plays a key role in wrenching big fish out of thick grass and weeds.|
|Strong line with zero stretch is a must when chucking your favorite frog into thick cover. You'll need your line to drive those hooks deep and cut through vegetation with ease. Take a look at a few of our favorites.|
|Our top-selling Jigs|
|Large schools of bass will often post up offshore on hard bottom areas during summer. While there are many different ways to target these fish, a jig is one of our favorites. There's just something special about that "THUMP" when dragging a jig over an offshore hump or structure pile.|
|Jig rods vary based on the type of jig fishing you're doing and the structure you have available in your body of water. As a general rule of thumb, we recommend a medium-heavy to heavy baitcaster in the 7' - 7'6" range.|
|Another exciting way to target those off-shore summer schools of bass is with a crankbait. When those fish are fired up, burn your favorite deep diver right through the middle of the pack and hang on. Take a look at a few of our favorite rods, baits & line.|
A good cranking rod is unlike anything else, often fiberglass or "glass" for short, these rods have much greater parabolic bend vs. traditional graphite rods. The benefit of this is not only greater casting distances, but it also helps to ensure the fish stay hooked up during long battles. Here are a few of our top sellers.
Mono vs. Fluoro?
For those of you who prefer a stiffer rod when fishing a crankbait, we'd suggest running a monofilament line. Mono has greater stretch, thus providing additional shock absorption.
On the other end of the spectrum, if you prefer a softer rod, your best bet will likely be fluorocarbon. Fluoro has less stretch, is less visible, and is very abrasion resistant. Not to mention, it sinks, allowing your bait to reach greater depths.
|When the conditions are extreme and the bite gets slow, the dropshot can turn a skunk into a solid day. Small, hard-to-resist baits drug slow on the bottom or dead sticked-twitched can entice even the most stubborn fish into biting. And let's be honest, who doesn't love catching an angry bass on light finesse tackle?!|
|Drop Shot Hooks|
|Small, lightweight hooks make for the perfect subtle presentation. Here are a few of our favorites.|
|The ideal dropshot rod should be roughly 6'10"-7'4" with medium to medium-light power with fast or extra-fast action for sensitivity and plenty of backbone.|
|If you've made it this far, we appreciate your dedication to catching more fish this summer! And we hope you've picked up a few new favorite techniques and baits along the way. Tight lines!|
Nice alternative to the larger chatterbaits. better for a subtle downsized presentation.
Nice cap for the money one my favorite fishing caps
This was a nice compact setup, you don’t need to waste time because it’s already done it’s great and came very fast I was surprised awesome.
A bit wider spool than the 2 size 8’s that I have Also it’s a great casting reel. I recommend this reel to anyone who is looking for a 2 speed.
Great for soft plastics