"When I talked to the boat company they had one that was U.S. Army style," said Heredia. "I looked at it and thought, 'Wow this is a nice boat.' (I told the owner that I liked the features), but I don't like the color scheme. I'm Air Force."
We all work to ensure that we protect our equipment to the best of our abilities from having our equipment stolen but sometimes no matter what you do it still happens!!
There are all types of security devices we can buy to help deter potential thieves but if they really want it they will find a way. On my boat I had a prop lock to secure the prop, a lock-r-bar to protect rods, reels, and baits in the boxes on the front deck. I also had a pin type trailer lock to secure the trailer.
I love throwing a Culprit top-water frog over grass beds in the morning. If bass are there and feeding, I know I will get bit. There is nothing more exciting than being able to see a fish attack my bait on top of the water. It makes my heart race and gets my adrenaline pumping.
I use a Culprit frog to cover a lot of water, working the bait quickly in over areas that should hold bass. The frog bite generally doesn't last all day so the best thing to do is to cover as much water as possible and catch aggressive bass.