Booyah Poppin' Pad Crasher Frog
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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: ChinaWeb ID: 19587016
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 81 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by avery310 very durable This product is very durable and makes outstanding popping sounds and splashes. This frog attracts the big bass. May 24, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by 12X Good so far Took it out once and caught a joker. Have high hopes. May 17, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by corey missed hook ups I missed a couple of big bass because the hooks on this frog are trash.the thing is good at staying on top of the water and it has good action when you use it as a popper but i missed two monsters that swallowed the thing and threw it away. January 1, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by eccls12 Great little frog love this bait. Great for fishing through cover. I've caught many a fish with the boo yah frogs. September 22, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bowguy67 This works great! I use this all the time. It draws strikes when I least expect them. Sometimes I forget that it looks like a real frog. Amazing! September 9, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by GrumpyOldePhartte Knot the best! Actually, the Pad Crasher is great! I've lost two to nice bass! Seems I've invented the "Slipping Nonslip Mono Knot" and the "Knot-Too-Bright Albright Knot", neither of which I recommend for horsing a large bass out of the lily pads!!! Seriously, I have found this frog to be a bass magnet in the shallows around stumps in the early morning and in the lily pads later in the day. One thing I've learned is to fish them with patience. After a cast I now let them sit as long as I can stand it - preferably thirty seconds or longer. Then I give the rod a slight twitch and wait some more. Almost every hit has been right after a twitch or two. I'm an enthusiastic, but not terribly skilled fisherman and tend to slap the lures into the water, but recommend a gentler presentation to avoid spooking the critters. Using these frogs - if I follow my own advice I catch lots of bass here in the shallow lakes of western Massachusetts during the hot days of summer. Don't know about spring or fall ... yet!!! I use 30-pound braid with a six-foot 15-pound fluorocarbon leader for all my fishing because I fish from a kayak and need to be able to break off if I get hung up. Love these frogs!! September 9, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Shaun Booyah Poppin Frog Good bait. Super help from employee Jonathan, best experience EVER in Dick's September 9, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by bkt1961 was a great frog didn't hang up in grass or pads Worked really good looked realistic if only the bigger fish would have been bitting but was still fun September 1, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Terry Great lure for roughage on the water and lily pads I go thru these and have caught some 5-9 lb bass on lakes and rivers. I have had the larger fish hit this as opposed to smaller ones that you'll just throw back anyway. After a few monster bass as well as pickerel and gar they will get torn and are hard to repair. I believe they are worth it and try to always keep extra in my tackle. I use 30-40 lb. braided line as I tend to set the hook better on this lure with braided line and most of the time I dance it a bit over the area that looks like bass area... August 31, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by OneFaller Here, fishy, fishy, fishy Topwater is some of the most exciting bass fishing that I've ever done. Getting into the lily pads is always an exercise in patience, with everything conspiring against easy fishing. Pad Crasher frogs are great. they don't get hung up, they've got enough weight to let you cast them *way* into the pads and get a nice long retrieve, and the hook-ups are great. You should have one or two of these guys in your arsenal. August 26, 2015