Boone Bait Co. Pad Crasher

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Boone Bait Co. Pad Crasher -
With a hollow body and belly shaped like the hull of a bass boat, this lure makes frog-walking action on open water easy. Its flow-through design drains water with each twitch to keep it from filling with water, sinking or snagging. The tough double-hook design and interior weighting system ensure solid hookups.
Size:Colors: (900)Swamp Frog, (901)Leopard Frog, (902)Cricket Frog, (903)Bull Frog, (904)Albino Frog, (905)Kuro Frog, (906)Dart Frog, (908)Aqua Frog.
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Boone Bait Co. Pad Crasher Reviews:


Great Frog

frog takes repeated powerful hits and is back in the water in just a few minutes. It sometimes gets just about turned inside out and can still be easily adjusted to its original design. It is very snag resistant for fishing in heavy cover. I recomend you use at least 30 pound braid when using this frog It will help with hook setting and controling the fish when he dives into the cover. You will also need a heavy action rod as well. I have one rod set up for this type of fishing! Booyah! One tip don't set the hook to fast wait until the fish has it this is tough to do but it will pay off for you. watch out for pickeral and pike they also love this frog!
dpk827 at Cabelas on 12/06/2012

Great Bass Bait

I have had unbelievable success with this bait because I can fish directly in heavy cover that I could never fish before with conventional top-water lures. The upturned hooks rarely snag, allowing the frog to naturally swim between the pads and crawl over pads and sticks. One tip, wait until you feel the weight of the fish before setting the hook. The fish may hit the underside of lure and not have the upturned hook yet so it is best to give it a second to engulf the lure.
Saltwatercreekfan at Cabelas on 06/11/2013

Wife Kicked My Bootay!

My wife loved this frog! She has been bugging me for a while to let her use it. My replay was "don't lose it".
First cast! (look at photo)
KennyGL111 at Cabelas on 06/11/2013

Pad Crasher

This frog fishes well and has good action in the water. It has a "life like" body that attracts the bass.
LakeWhiteBassPro at Cabelas on 03/05/2013