Bass Fishing: How to walk a Frog

Matt Allen of explains how to catch more bass by walking a frog instead of popping or hopping it.

Many bass fisherman simply pull a hollow body frog across slop or pads. This method of frog fishing can be effective but if you want to get explosive topwater bites, those vicious slow motion topwater strikes that will replay in your mind over and over again, you need to learn to walk a frog in open water.

This is a “how to bass fishing video” but if you stick around to the end you’re going to see some awesome topwater catches on the California Delta and Clear Lake with the frog.
Matt and Tim have both seen amazing results open water frogging and hope that you’ll put these tips and tricks to work for you so you can experience some of the best bass fishing on earth!

Products Shown in this bass fishing video…

Frog: Bully Wa 2-

Matt’s Froggin Setup…
Dobyns 736 Frog Rod:
Shimano Curado 200:
Power Pro 65 lb Braid:

Tim’s Froggin Setup…
Dobyns 736 Frog Rod:
Abu Garcia Orra Inshore Reel:
Sufix 832 Braided Line 65 lb:

Camera Used: Hero4 Black-

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