The leopard frog is perhaps most recognizable as the formaldehyde-soaked specimen in the high school lab tray.
Leopard frogs are so named for the array of irregularly shaped dark spots that adorn their backs and legs. They are greenish-brown in color with a pearly white underside and light-colored ridges on either side of their backs.
Leopard frogs generally live near ponds and marshes, but will often venture into well-covered grasslands as well, earning them their other common name, the meadow frog.
Leopard frogs will eat just about anything they can fit in their mouths. They sit still and wait for prey to happen by, then pounce with their powerful legs. They eat beetles, ants, flies, worms, smaller frogs, including their own species, and even birds, and garter snakes.
Leopard Frog lures are 5 cm in length, weighing 12.5 g. and equipped with internal rattling chamber, premium strong double hook, high quality skirts and an adjustable weed guard.
Leopard Frog lures are designed to create a subtle popping sound and on the steady speed retrieve it will splash and pushes water on the surface. Leopard frog lures are ideally can be use for places where the fishing pressures are high.
- Steady retrieve.
- Steady retrieves with pause.
- Steady Retrieve with jerk / pop.
- Twitch with pause.
- Fast retrieve with twitch