Umpqua Swimming Frog Yellow Belly
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The Umpqua Swimming Frog Yellow Belly is a frog imitating fly. The spun deer head adds buoyancy and pushes water when retrieved. This fly is fished as a diver to mimic the actions of frogs. Largemouth and smallmouth bass, pike, and other warm water predators will eat this fly. Warm water fly anglers would use this.
- Weed Guard – The weed guard of the fly allows it to be fished in heavy cover.
- Diving Motion – The spun deer head and collar allow the fly to float and then dive underwater on the retrieve, similar to the action of a real frog.
- Large Eyes – The large eyes attract predators and trigger strikes.