|T O P I C R E V I E W
||Posted - 05/05/2016 : 8:33:27 PM
Set up & bait?
|5 L A T E S T R E P L I E S (Newest First)
||Posted - 04/29/2018 : 8:20:17 PM
Gig 'em at night.
||Posted - 10/29/2017 : 11:06:24 PM
If you want to hook-n-line them the hard part is spotting them to make a presentation.
I've used small crappie jigs - just get it right in front of it and instinct takes over.
When I was a kid, I used to hunt 'em at night with my Crossman BB gun.
|the real popeye
||Posted - 06/26/2016 : 9:11:38 PM
take a red piece of cloth or red tape on a small treble hook and just put it close enough for the frog to see it. the frog will do the rest. they will attack, even chase it sometimes and make a barking sound when they jump.
it's a real hoot man you'll love it.
||Posted - 05/31/2016 : 6:27:54 PM
Got in the water and hand caught them. For some reason, approaching them from the water rather than the shore made them hold in place rather than jumping away.
||Posted - 05/18/2016 : 5:32:01 PM
I have used a small crappie jig on the end of a rod/reel. I just move it back and forth about 2 inches over the frog's head and if I got the color right or have been able to match what is flying around, the frog will usually grab it.....