Pad Daddy
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Pad Daddy

$4.99$6.99

This soft plastic bait has incredible kicking action and a realistic frog profile. The glossy shine and 3D eyes really make this frog come to life. The hook hiding belly slot allows the Pad Daddy to become exceptionally weedless without the need to skin hook it. As a result, you don’t need to worry about digging the hook into your lure, which guarantees a great hook-up.

The Pad Daddy has a feature we like to call, “Correct Swim Technology.” The Pad Daddy, when rigged correctly, can never roll over on to its back due to the design of the belly. It has a rounded belly for two reasons: first, so the bait planes up to the water surface faster than your traditional frog baits. Secondly, and arguably most important, The Pad Daddy always stays belly down [or right side up] during retrieves. Unlike most traditional frog baits, which you can’t control whether they run upside down or not. When your frog runs upside down and a bass blows up on it, you will not catch that fish. The Pad Daddy now eliminates that problem all together to make sure you land more fish.

So tie it up, and watch the water explode! This lure will keep you asking your prized bass, “Who’s your Daddy?”

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MEASUREMENTS
4″

HOOK
5/0 EWG Mustad Hook
4/0 or 5/0 EWG Superline Gamakatsu Hook

BEST RIGGED
Weightless
Texas Rigged

Pad Daddy $6.99 (5 PER BAG)

Pad Daddy Frog Hooks $4.99 (4 PER PACK)

Frog hook is incorporated with a Large Owner Centering Pin to help harness the nose much better than hooks currently available on the market! Made with a Mustad Ultra Point hook

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ALL ORDER PLACED TODAY WILL BE PROCESSED JULY 11th. Leaving town for a family function, Thank you for your understanding! 

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