Frogging for bass in the lily pads of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, by John Fabina

Frogging is a fun way to fish, watching them strike.
These lily pads that come to a point looked like a good place to flip a frog…
This spot held a half dozen Largemouth bass.

Posted while on the road…

John

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5 thoughts on “Frogging for bass in the lily pads of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, by John Fabina”

  1. Very nice indeed! Congratulations on all these chunky bass!
    I see a frog in my future – you can’t argue with success
    FW

  2. That frog did a great job, no doubt about it 🙂
    Very nice catch!

  3. Great shots, John! Nothing beats topwater action for anticipation and excitement. I see you got them on the wonderful Scum Frog; best hook-up ratio of any frog I’ve tried.

  4. SWEET!

    Nothing better then top water Bass fishing, it’s such a rush when they
    slam that frog. 🙂

    Tight Lines and MoPaddle safe all.
    Rox

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