The Filthy Frog from Googan Squad is a hollow-bodied topwater bait that cleans up in the slop. Its weedless design allows you to drag this bait through the thickest cover, and the bait's narrow-body presents a perfect frog profile. The Filthy Frog is weighted, so you can cast it far and cover plenty of water. The body is designed to keep water out and stay balanced during your retrieve. The rubber legs give this bait a lively action; they're fastened to the bait from the inside to prevent them from falling out, even after the harsh treatment dished out by aggressive bass, pike, or other frog-loving species. When the water temps are warm, look for areas with shallow water vegetation and deploy the Filthy Frog. It will be disgusting.
This Frog can walk the walk! With your rod tip pointed down, apply quick twitches on a slackline. This technique imparts the''walk the dog'' action popular in topwater lures. Every Filthy Frog's hook is wrapped tightly with plastic tubing to help prevent water from seeping into your frog.
Pro Tip:Always wait a second before setting the hook on a hollow body frog. A short pause gives the fish time to fully take the bait, while providing you time for a strong hookset. Also, you can trim one of the Filthy Frogs skirted legs shorter than the other to increase the bait’s walking ability!
The Googan Squad Hummer will create a buzz the second it hits the water. The Hummer is a Googan Squads take on the classic buzzbait. Each Hummer features a free-spinning propeller blade that puts off the look, feel, and sound needed to call in the fish. Every Googan Squad Hummer has the bait's weight painted to the head for easy identification.
The Googan Squad Hummer has slotted holes stamped into each blade for an increased surface disturbance. A hand-tied rubber skirt is clinched around an ultra-sharp Mustad hook adding to the Hummer's liveliness. And finally, to help prevent dreaded line slippage, each Googan Squad Hummer is topped off with a rubber band line keeper.
Pro Tips:Use the Googan Squad Hummer to create reaction strikes. Reel over schooling baitfish in areas you notice bass feeding actively. When faced with overcast situations, focus on open water areas near vegetation or cover. When the sun is high, keep your Hummer closer to cover, vegetation, and shaded areas.
The Googan Squad Blooper is a topwater popper that will crash and splash it's way across the water's surface. Designed with a cupped mouth for maximum splash and “bloop” sounds, it features two needlepoint hooks with a feathered back hook. The belly of each Blooper is outfitted with a set of Rumble Strips, which increases drag and surface disturbance.
Point your rod tip down and apply quick snaps to your rod tip to get your Blooper to sing loudly and call in fish from a distance. This technique will help resemble the action of a fleeing baitfish being chased to the surface of the water.
For a slower and more subtle approach, make short sweeps with your rod tip allowing the bait to gently plop at the surface of the water. This will help you mimic the action of a baitfish feeding at the water's surface. The cooler the water, the longer the pauses.
Pro Tips: Use the Googan Squad Blooper when fishing tight to cover or shaded areas. The ability to barely move this bait and create a subtle plop will help you get bites from fish holding tight to cover.
The Explode Toad is the Googan Squad's take on a soft plastic topwater buzz frog. Using our patented flange the Toad is able to create explosive topwater action while maintaining a slow retrieval speed across the top of the water. It is best to fish around spotty grass with open water to allow the Explode toad to create the perfect action. Reel at a steady pace across the top with the occasional pause or twitch to entice active fish into a reactive topwater bite.
When the Revolver calls, fish answer. This topwater terror brings em' in with a bang - plopping, disrupting & jittering with one thing on its mind: crushin' chunks. Wanna be a cowboy? Pack a Revolver. Product Specs: 4.5" 1/2 oz ROTATING FIN:
Distinct plopping noise
Center-placement draws strikes to hooks
Causes the body to jitter on retrieve
FLAT TAIL: Prevents rollover, no matter how the lure is retrieved
WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION: Revolver lands upright on every cast
Armed with more noise than New Year's Eve, the Revolver puts fish on notice. When the mondos move in, the rotating fin at its center paints the hooks as the clear target. The body jitters as the fin rotates - adding visual action to the chaos.
Topwater plopping baits have been around for decades. We made major innovations to evolve this category for the new millennium. Flattening the tail and distributing the weight ensures the Revolver lands upright on every cast. This puppy won't roll over, no matter how it's retrieved. Tie this beaut on and stop chasin'. Start catchin'.
The Googan Squad Poppin' Filthy Frog is designed to splash, spray and spit your way into a bite. A cupped mouth helps you ''walk the dog'', keeping the bait in the zone longer. The 100% weedless body also allows you to fish it in the thickest slop, while the protective tubing around the hook keeps water out. And, an internal weight improves casting distance while assuring upright landing every cast.
The Googan Squad Hound is a tight walking topwater bait with a cupped mouth for added splash as you bring this puppy in. It's equipped with three sticky sharp, black nickel treble hooks, with a feathered back hook to help fool fish and keep them pinned.
While at rest, the Googan Squad Hound will sit with it's backside down, which gives the back feathered treble hook a chance to sit just below the water's surface for added yumminess to nearby fish. Built with internal one-knocker style rattles, the Googan Squad Hound makes plenty of noise to draw in a big bite.
Available in a variety of Googan approved colors that add to this doggy's swagger. Fish the Googan Squad Hound around schooling fish, across points, shallow water flats, and any other open water areas where bass are ambushing baitfish.
Pro Tips: Throw the Googan Squad Hound when bass are actively feeding on baitfish, especially during cloudy days or low light situations. It's best to leave a bit of slack in your line when working the bait, so when you pop your rod tip down it allows the Hound to effectively glide back and forth. Over the top of submergent grass, shallow points and shell bars, and shallow flats are all great spots to chuck the Googan Squad Hound.