Booyah Poppin' Pad Crasher FrogItem Number: 19587016
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The same great frog bait with a new popper mouth, the Booyah Poppin' Pad Crasher makes a big splash in topwater fishing. It's mouth shape creates more disturbance in the water to help draw out hesitant fish, and its weedless design lets it swim through cover while resisting snags. The Booyah® Poppin' Pad Crasher Frog doubles as a great bait for fishing in cover and an enticing popper in open water.
- Pad Crasher Frog body with new popper mouth
- Creates more disturbance on the surface of the water
- Durable soft plastic body easily collapses for solid hooksets
- Resists snags thanks to its weedless hook design
- Can be used as a popper in open water
- Weight: 1/2 oz.
- Hook Size: 3/0
- Model: BYPPC3
Country of Origin: China
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 42 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by SnakeheadHunter Great for freshwater fishing. These are great. They work great and are at a great price. August 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Si1vestre Two thumbs up Never knew about the topwater frog. After using it, it's now one of my top five lures. August 19, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Predator130 Good action, not very durable I like to cast frogs into pads and low hanging trees and this frog doesn't hold up. It will catch fish and you can cast it like a bullet but after pulling out 3 fish from the slop the mouth was tore and taking on water. Really disappointed and I even bought another hoping it was a fluke. Unfortunately I tore up the next one in only one fish. I can do the same fishing with a scum frog and it lasts for 30-40 fish no problem. Maybe if you use it more in open water situations it would hold up, but I fish in some thick stuff where the big fish live and this frog can't hold up to my requirements. August 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ferg highly recommended I have caught numerous large and smallmouth bass on this frog. I have purchased 3. I went out and purchased 3 more. Highly recommended. August 13, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by jj14 catches nice fish i bought the bull frog color of this frog and could not get a strike so i went back to the store and bought the black one and on my first cast wapp a 2.5# bass strike and i catch it then about ten minutes later another. i am going to get more. July 29, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Td2466 Looks good but so far no luck The lure looks good and is durable, but so far I haven't even had a fish roll on it, granted that may be a little bit of human error. Overall though good design and movement. July 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by SeaGil Bass Love It! 2nd cast... bass on! And I was really happy with the life-like action and how "weedless" this lure really is. Cast into the nasties... no problem. July 18, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by BaitBasster Booyah! Booyah never lets me down. I have used their pointed nose top water frogs in the past (and still do) however, I was always suspicious of a popping frog, assuming it would get caught in cover too easily. ... In part, that is true. I do, at times, get some weeds while using this frog (mainly Lilly Pads) however, one hard(ish) pop of the frog and they usually come undone. It's a great deal, I like them. I have spoken with a guy who caught a 26" Pike on one of these top water frogs...hopefully I'm the next one with a good story to tell! July 9, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Waterlou Great frog for little money Hands down one of my most reliable frogs out there. Walks with ease and collapses much easier then any other frog I have used. Cheap and gets the job done. July 3, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Bam Subtle Differences I purchased this frog last month and it truly looks great in the water and on top of the muck, but my buddy and I fished Lake Guntersville a couple weeks ago with him using a Spro and me using the Booyah. Both of the frogs were the same size and the same color (Black and Yellow) he landed 5-6 in the first hour and I never received a glance. Maybe it the fisherman, because they are so similar. Who knows it looks good in the water, maybe next week it will be my turn? July 3, 2014