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SPRO Bronzeye Shad

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Use:
Freshwater
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MSRP ($):
10.47

The new addition to the SPRO Bronzeye Family has more than meets the eye. With a unique twist on the leg setup this new "Bronzeye Shad", designed by SPRO Pro Dean Rojas, is one of the easiest hollow body frog to"walk" on the surface. If you have trouble getting other Frogs to sashay back and forth then this will quickly become your go to lure both in matted grass, lilly pads and even open water. The legs are still made from living rubber that works great right out of the box. All SPRO frogs come with those sticky sharp Gamakatsu Hooks for solid hook ups. Available in a variety of proven fish catching colors. Take a SPRO Bronzeye Shad out for a "walk" and you will be the big dog on the water!

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Versatility 
 
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My Favorite Frog

Of all the frogs on the market I love the SPRO Bronzeye shad. It doesn't have the traditional look of a frog as it's a bit more sleek and as with most SPRO products it has an awesome look to it.

A lot of frogs I've found are really difficult to get to make the proper movement to lure the fish in but with this frog it's almost effortless to get it to walk back and forth and it'll often times do complete 180's in the water with a small flick of the rod.

I seem to get really good hook sets with the Bronzeye shad. I've lost quite a few fish with the other hollow body frogs but I've only lost maybe two fish using this frog.

Has some really good colors to choose from as well. I bought one of these two years ago and the paint has held up really well on it. I'll probably be able to get another season out of it before having to buy another.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
Used:
16-30 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Colors, Craftsmanship, Versatility
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