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    Favorite Spro Frog color
from J-man (146.7.220.196)  
11/18/2006 10:03:00 PM

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 I have the color green Trees and albino, but I have seen Rojas on TV use the Natural Red(which is brown). I was going to get another and wanted to know everyones favorite color.


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   Spro from from keith hastings (71.37.12.43)  11/19/2006 1:06:00 AM
 I like green tree and brown, I really like that horny toad , green pumking and black. Do they make spro frog in black. That would be dynamite probably. keith


   Sprochroma from mike (71.89.11.122)  11/19/2006 6:59:00 PM
 I have green tree, natural red, and have just aquired rainforest black. I use the green in bright sun, the red(which is indeed a brown!)in shade, and when the vegetation comes back in the spring, I will throw the rainforest black before sunrise, and after dusk. I think the markings on the belly of the rf.black will make it a little easier for the fish to zero in on in open water. I got my fishing buddy a midnight walker(black) and he cought a 3.12 out of 12 in. of water and pads in the first few casts. This past weekend he bought three more in other colors. I will also get a natural green for contrast, and as a back up, the scaley critters love to tear the plastic leg fronds off in their efforts to eat the bait.


   Manns hardnose toad from mike (71.89.11.122)  11/19/2006 7:12:00 PM
 Hey Kieth, forgot this in my excitement over the Sprogs. I spent some of this season using horney toads. They are good, but try the Manns hardnose toad, in bullfrog(dark green and chart. swirl) they swim with more action, fall slower and the hookup % is better due to the flatter body. Of course, the hard plastic nose helps, and they are fairly inexpensive. Cought my best fish this year, 5.o ( I know, but for Mass. its a good fish) on one, she was a wiley hookshy ole` gal in a small private pond, the frog fooled her in clear water at 4ft.


   Hey Mike from J-man (146.7.220.196)  11/19/2006 10:19:00 PM
 Have you seen the new colors? Check the Bass Pro colors. They are different. I havent tried any yet


   G`day J, from mike (71.89.11.122)  11/20/2006 7:34:00 PM
 Yep, seen them on the web. Have not tried any new ones yet but as I am a big fan of them Sprogs, I most likley will. First though I want to try a jr. I have had some fish miss the frog and maybe a smaller profile would help, even though distance may be adversly affected by the reduce in weight.


   Spro frogs from G-villeyamahapro (152.163.100.68)  11/20/2006 8:46:00 PM
 My favorite color/colors has to be Rainforest Black and natural red...The natural red is my bait and color of choice but for some reason that rainforest black just look so dang good I gotta throw it!!


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