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Rainys Rattlin Foam Frog Popper Review

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Rainy's Rattlin' Foam Frog Poppers for Ultralight Fishing – Recommended for Ultralight Fishing because of Quality, Performance, and Value.

– Retail price is about $6. You may be able to get a lower price on eBay.

– For ultralight fishing, use the size 4.

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Product Specifications

Using a fly on your ultralight rod?  Yep!  Rainy’s Rattlin’ Foam Frog is a perfect addition to any ultralight anglers arsenal.  The light 2lb and 4lb test line makes casting this topwater frog incredibly easy.  The Rattlin’ Foam Frog features a chewy foam body that makes fish hold onto it longer, with the proven fish catching ability of a cupped face that spits, chugs, and pops as you retrieve it back to you.  Rainy’s found the perfect balance between a hard bodied popper and a deer hair bass bug fly, then put what they learned together to create this frog.  Each lure comes with an internal rattle that helps shake up the fish’s appetite when they are in a more neutral mood and do not want to readily take a topwater frog.

Colors Available

There are 3 main colors available for the Rattlin’ Foam Frog, each proven to catch fish on a consistent basis.  When you’re fishing in low light conditions, such as overcast and cloudy days or at night, you want to go with the solid black color.  If you are fishing in high light conditions or where the water is tannic and stained, or even muddy, you want to consider using the brighter chartreuse color.  In clear water conditions or when there are frogs working the banks you can go with the realistic Frog pattern to entice strikes.

How To Work Rainy’s Rattlin’ Foam Frog Poppers

Cast the frog out onto the water and allow it to sit until the rings disappear.  This will give the fish plenty of time to check it out while the soft fur, feathers, and rubber legs will continue twitching ever-so-slightly working to entice strikes before you start retrieving it.  If you don’t get bit while it’s sitting still you can start with light twitches and pauses, or a pop, pop, pause retrieve until you figure out what the fish are looking for that day.

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