www.reelgoodguide.com My name is Nick Olson, & I am the owner of www.reelgoodguide.com We are the proud National Representatives of a new & exciting Topwater Frog called - "The Clones" a.k.a. - The World's Best Bass Frog! I invite all of you to visit our site to witness the incredible action of these frogs. We have 4 exciting youtube videos & 6 different available color sets of frogs. We think you'll soon agree with the thousands of new Clone owners that this lure will become your Topwater MVP this Bass season! Enjoy,
World's Best Bass Frog Contest! This season we are encouraging customers to send us their photo's of there catches on the World's Best Bass Frog. We will be compiling a picture page and we will have a vote at the end of August. 1st, 2nd & 3rd place photos will receive one of Captain Ken Dauberts Original Designer Bass Frogs which are valued at $50 apiece! 4th-6th will receive a Daubert Replicant frog which go for $30. 7th-10th will receive a Clone Frog of their choice. So with that, get fishing and send us your pics! www.reelgoodguide.com
Update: Our new product - Skitter Legs & Rear Stinger hook system will be available the first week in June. For those of you that don't know, the Skitter legs will possess an entirely different action than the original kicking legs model. The Skitter Legs putters providing a buzzing sensation to the top of the water. The rear stinger hook has been designed in a way in which the angler almost never misses a strike. It's essentially 2/3 of a treble hook which allows the frog to pass over weeds & vegetation with ease. The Stinger can be rigged with both the Skitter & Original Kicking legs. I will be emailing our customer list as soon as we have them available, as well as updating the site for future customers. Thank you for your support!
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