Hi Dean Rojas here and I want to talk to youa little bit about how to modify your frog. Now this is our Poppin’ Frog right out ofthe package like you would purchase at GanderMountain or any of your retailers. Some ofthe things that I get asked all about is howdo you modify the Poppin’ Frog or how do youmodify the regular Bronzeye Frog. Basicallythe bait is ready to go right out of the box. Of course being a professional we always haveto tinker with it, try to make it better,increase the hookup ratio, and all that stuff. It’s fine out of the package; it’s got greatcompression and super sharp Gamakatsu hooks. But for this one here (this is the Poppin’Frog in the Killer Gill color) it’s a greatwalking bait. It’s a chugger walk type back andfourth. But the legs are a little long whichisn’t a bad thing, but for me I like to reallyget it to walk from side to side. So for mewhat I like to do is I like to trim the legsback a little bit and usually I take aboutan inch off each one. We’ll cut that off rightthere and you can see the difference on thefrog itself with the length and so fourth. So we’re going to take the other side andcut them off just exactly the same length. So now you have a proportioned frog. The wayI always like to judge that is if you wereto take the strands and bring them up to thefront of the frog that’s kind of the gaugeon where you want to be. That’s the gaugethat I use for the lengthwise. You want themto be up front towards the head so you havea well-proportioned frog. That’s the firstmodification that I do. The frogs may verya little bit on where the hook is positionedin the back, but a lot of times when I’m practicingI’ll bend them forward because I don’t wantto hook anything. But when it’s game timeI usually take a pair of pliers and I’ll openup the bend on it a little bit just to whereit’s just grazing the very top of the baititself. As you can see I can run my fingeracross this side here and I can run my fingeron this side and it’s going to get hung upthere. So I’m going to take it on the otherside, again taking the pillars and grabbingahold of the hook, and you’re taking the baititself and bending the hook up. Now what we’vedone is we’ve increased the hook up ratiobecause we’ve increased the bite by a couplecentimeters. But all of that will help youin getting a few more bites. You may get hungup a little bit more, but it’s going to helpin your hook up ratio. So keep that in mind. But those are only the two altercations thatI do with the frog. This one is tournamentready and I feel 100% confident to throw thison tour and in tournament competition becauseI know I’ve done all the right modificationsto it to catch the big ones.