Design/Ergonomics: The Fighting Frog is available in at least twenty four (24) different colors and as mentioned earlier they are packaged in resealable bags. Each bait is infused with Big Bite Bait's own secret sauce Bite Juice, and also previously mentioned there is the channel on the underside of each bait to aid with rigging.
A close-up of that frog face.
Another look at the texture at the top of this "frog".
The baits themselves actually have six appendages - two legs, two arms, and two, what appear to be antennae stemming from the very tip of the bait between its legs. I don't recall antennae on any of the real life frogs I've seen in the past - they must grow frogs differently in the South than out West.
The ridges on the bait's underside.
Price & Applications: Depending on the size you're interested in purchasing, a package of Big Bite Baits Fighting Frogs runs between $3.49 - $4.49 and may vary by forty or fifty cents ($0.40 - $0.50) depending on your location.
What are those two things coming out between the legs/claws?
Since when do frogs have antennae?
My preferred rigging.
One of the really fun things with this bait is it can be fished traditionally on the bottom, swum in the middle of the water column, or buzzed on top over dense or sparse vegetation. As eluded to earlier, all it takes is a little imagination and experimentation to get the bait rigged just right.
An aggressive spot on Lake Berryessa.