Took one of my good friends DANK, and another buddy GEO to the honey hole I found last year for the first time. I’ve been trying to get him to come out, but just never happened until now. He doesn’t fly fish, so, he was wondering what would work…I told him to bring his frogging rod, and his finesse set up for a weedless rubber worm. DANK is a Jedi Master with a frog, and I knew that he wouldn’t even need his finesse set up on this lake, because, the weeds have started to take over. I have never caught a bass using a frog with my regular rods, and I am truly envious of his skills.

Foggin’ force is strong with DANK
DANK with a tank!
GEO hooked up with his first top water fish of the year with this fine specimen. 
GEO and a beautiful bass
A lot of bass were caught. The aerial display put on by the bass was quite impressive. On 2 occasions I had 2 bass come straight out of the water to take my frog fly offering. It reminded me of Discovery Channels Shark Week and how the great white sharks attack and fly out of the water at Seal Island.
Air and water show participant
I love top water!

6 Replies to “Froggin’”

  1. JustinTruly outstanding and congrats to you guys for getting in on what I consider the cream of the crop when it comes to warm water top action. Anything fished on top with results is the absolute ultimate—enjoyed the post

  2. Even if I'm not the one fishing the frog fly/lure, I get just as pumped up watching a bass strike top water. I spent about 1/2 of this just outing watching my buddies work their weedless frogs over thick heavy cover.

  3. Heck yeah!! I always look forward to the top water bite come the end of spring. It's really a great feeling seeing those bass strike, especially, when the water is calm and they just come exploding out from underneath.

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