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MASSIVE Bass CRUSHES Topwater FROG (Bed Fishing)

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In this bass fishing video we throw topwater frogs while bed fishing! I headed down to Jacksonville Florida to do some topwater frog bass fishing! We were surprised when I started to catch these massive bass on a frog while bed fishing! There is nothing better than catching massive bass on a topwater frog and watching the topwater blowups! Let me know if you like these bed fishing / bass fishing videos! Also please leave your thoughts on topwater frog fishing videos. Stay tuned for the next frog fishing video. Now lets go catch some massive bass on topwater frogs!

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13 Fishing Fate Chrome (rod) - https://amzn.to/2FpVoAA
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