Molix Frog Bait with Mike Iaconelli | Bass Fishing

Hey, BassResource fans. Mike Iaconelli, back
one more time at the Molix booth. ICAST 2013,showing some of the really cool, new products. This is a Molix frog. It’s a cutting edge
frog that Molix has come out with, and talkabout changing the game. Talk about being
a frog that stands out. This is one that reallydoes change the game. I want to show you this
frog. I want to show you a couple of the coolfeatures of what makes this thing special. First thing, if you look at it, you see a
frog that has these kicking type legs on it. This is such a cool movement, because it’s
so natural. When I get in the situation whereI want a frog that’s pushing forward, and
actually looking like a frog, I’m going toleave these legs on. If you look at it, these
legs look like real frog legs. These thingsjust kind of kick back, this thing pushes
forward, so around heavy mats, if I’m seeinga lot of frogs in the environment naturally,
I’m going to leave these legs on, and that’show I’m going to fish the bait. Pushing it
forwards, making the bait push. The neat thing on this thing, now, if we turn
it around and look, we’ve actually got a featureon this that’s going to let me take these
legs off. It’s a little squared off hinge,and all I’m going to do is take those legs
off. I could take those legs off, and now,if I get in a situation where I want to bait
with a traditional skirt, all I have to dois match up the flat spots on those two baits,
put that skirt on there, and now I’m goingto have more of a traditional frog, that does
slight walking movement, and I get that frogthat has that pulsating skirt on the pause. One last key, a little tricked out thing that
I like to do, take the legs off, take theskirt off, and fish it without both. Now you
have a more compact bait that’s going to doa heavy walking motion, side to side walking
motion. More open water, around docks, aroundlogs. I don’t want it with skirts, or legs.
I want to fish it with that tight, walkingmotion. ICAST 2013, at the Molix booth, talking about
the Molix frog, and three ways to fish itright out of the pack. BassResource, Mike

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