ide swings in conditional
changes, such as air and
water temps, water level changes from snow melt or late season
rains, or drought, and stages of the
spawn can often leave springtime bass
lock-jawed and thereby leaving anglers
scratching their head.
Frog fishing through this time varied
time of year, while popular and fun, can be
an art unto itself – the puzzle in the puzzle,
like the spot on the spot.
There are few that have years, even
decades of experience and study regarding
this method of bass catching – froggin’ and
their time with the surface bait has given
them keys to decipher the springtime puzzle.
When the title of Frog Master is
thrown about, former Delta local and frog
designer, Bobby Barrack immediately
comes to mind. Here, he weighs in on
the nuances of froggin’ through this early
SPRING TARGET AREAS
Barrack starts his hunt for springtime frog fish where he left his fall frog fish.
“You can hold a mirror up to fall and the reflection will be early spring,” he said.