Natural Spotted FROGs
This FROG now belongs to Stephen Russell. He is a skilled trophy bass fisherman who makes his own videos and has his own Broadcast Channel on YouTube. Steve went out with this FROG and a Pine Barrens Tree FROG (see below under "Attractor Patterns") and immediately nailed a bunch of monster bass on his first couple of trips with these FROGs. You can watch the video at this address:
Light Green (on left) and Light Golden (on right) Southern Leopard FROGs
Bronze Spotted Leopard FROG (on left) and Dark Green Pickerel FROG (on right). Pickerel FROGs are also available in medium and light Green. They are also available in various shades of brown from dark to light golden.
The two Pine Barrens Tree FROGs above are two much older designs of my favorite species of FROG. They are an endangered species located primarily in the New Jersey Pine Barrens and particularly Wharton State Forest. But there are many isolated and scattered populations down the east coast and down to the Florida Panhandle region. They look more like something from a tropical jungle or from a wild imagination, and as a result, they make an excellent "Attractor Pattern", but they are a real species.
Attractor Pattern FROGs - Imaginary Species
Sometimes when I design a custom FROG for someone, it becomes popular with other FROG fishermen also. The Foley FROG below was designed for Joe Foley in New Jersey.
He wanted a FROG that he could see easily in the evening in heavy cover. He also wanted a FROG that the bass could see easily on the surface in fading light. So, the FROG has a black belly to silhouette against a brighter water surface and a white topside view that also glows in the dark. Even in the evening light it will begin to appear much brighter. Many customers have now ordered them. In fact, I have made many Signature Series models of this FROG design that have been shipped to Japan.
Because Signature Series FROGs, Original Series FROGs, and Replicant Series FROGs are all basically custom FROGs that are made up one at a time for specific individual customers, there is no button to "click to order". Customers must call or email first to order them. It can take up to two weeks to complete them, once ordered, but at times it can take longer when the Work Schedule is full. If the Wait List to get on the Work Schedule is longer than two weeks, you do not need to pay until you are on the Work Schedule.
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