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Old 03-29-2011, 08:30 AM   #1
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Me and my coon @ss friend (mainly him) are looking for somewhere to go bullfrog gigging. He's been talking about this for months now and after months it actually started seeming intersting to me. Plus I have had fried frog legs and they are actually very good. The bayous around here have them, but I doubt they are safe to eat. Anyone suggest any part of a specific lake or public land area that is good for just such a thing? Any info would be appreciated.
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Old 03-29-2011, 08:40 AM   #2
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i don't know where to go, but I agree fried frog legs are delicious
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Old 03-29-2011, 09:32 AM   #3
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Old 03-29-2011, 09:34 AM   #4
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Old 03-29-2011, 10:11 AM   #5
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I am assuming you are speaking of the below place? its what came up when I googled Dam B. Have you been there personally and gigged or just know it would be a good spot? Thanks for your help


The Angelina Neches/Dam B WMA is located in Jasper and Tyler Counties in the fork of the Angelina River, Neches River and the B.A. Steinhagen Reservoir.
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Old 03-29-2011, 10:14 AM   #6
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You can try some of the rice canals in the area, just check with the property owners. I have gigged hundreds of frogs on the east side of houston doing this. Most folks will allow you to gig.
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Old 03-29-2011, 10:36 AM   #7
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You can try some of the rice canals in the area, just check with the property owners. I have gigged hundreds of frogs on the east side of houston doing this. Most folks will allow you to gig.
I was fixing to suggest that. I have not been to katy in years but assume there is still rice fields around. Rice fields produce some of the biggest and best tasting frogs there is and it is easy pickins. I frog all different types of places here in Louisiana but when given the chance to go inrice fields its the easiest. They are usually shallow enough for a 4 wheeler and you can use that or a small go-devil boat or even ride the levee and wade out there to get them. Just a bit of advice only use a gig if u have to. Use your hands. ITs hard to stick a gig in a frog if its just floating on water.
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Old 03-29-2011, 10:45 AM   #8
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i use a longbow and "custom" frog arrows. i have been out twice this year and only seen small frogs so far. Havent even heard them singing yet. I spend more time shooting frogs than just about any other critter and for my part of the world its starting out pretty slow this year. If you cant find any places near you PM me.
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Old 03-29-2011, 11:46 AM   #9
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I have been tearing them up in Lake Houston for years, go up the river channel on the north side of the lake. Get back up in some of the cuts and bayous there everywhere. Lot of creatures thet go bump in the night out there!!! Also after hours you can get up around the golf course!!!
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Along any slough off of any river in the area. And I second Dam B/Steinhagen. Lots of them there up the river.
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I miss froggin. We hardly have any left in this area.
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Old 03-29-2011, 12:30 PM   #13
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Man find a golf course. My girlfriends mom works for a golf course and we go out there at night easiest from gigging there is.
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You can also use a fishing pole and a topwater bait, like a hula popper or jitterbug. The ones I used to catch in tanks couldn't resist the subtle twitches out in front of them and would come after them every time. Good times!
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Dam b used to be good 20 years ago when i went.i don't know if it is still good or not.but i do know if you go frog gigging on dam b you will need a public lands permit.
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Old 03-29-2011, 12:58 PM   #16
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Nobody used cane pole and treble hook with piece of red rag and dibble them up during the day? They can't seem to ignore it. Have caught buckets full on the golf course holes.
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Old 03-29-2011, 01:12 PM   #17
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The retention pond in our subdivision had some nice one's. I grabbed this wall hanger along with a few dozen others during a Coor's Light induced outing.
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that be some goooood eatn!!!!
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Old 03-29-2011, 02:04 PM   #19
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I'm in your neck of the woods.....which retention pond if you don't mind sharing your frog spot?
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Old 03-29-2011, 08:27 PM   #21
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anyone up for a TBH frog hunting trip???????????
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Let me know where! I havent been yet this year so Im ready!
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Old 03-29-2011, 09:32 PM   #23
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I used to make frog gigs out of a piece of cattle panel. Just cut a + out of the panel. Clap it in a vise with the horizontal portion against the bottom of the vise. Then bend them up until parallel with the center prong. Sharpen em up and you are good to go. Much better than those dinky factory made pronged crap. The prongs are so fat that the compression of tissue will hold them on. Sharpen them with a long taper and the floaters are no problem at all. Hammer a wood plug into the end of a piece of conduit and then drill a hole to accept the cattle panel rod.
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Old 11-21-2011, 11:00 PM   #24
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Found this site when I googled “frog Gigging”.

I am from northern California, which is about as alike to Los Angeles as Miami is to Billings, Montana. We are huntin, fishin, country folk up here. We hunt ducks, geese, quail, turkeys, deer, elk, cottontail, etc., catch crawdads and frog gig. At least some of us do. Frog gigging is a dying art!

My nephew lives up on the Oregon border in alfalfa country and it is full of ditches and loaded with frogs. Our one night record is 108 huge frogs and the most ****** off wives ever. Sorry! We drank a little whisky to keep warm for 12 hours straight and cooked a snack of about 30 frog legs for breakfast. It looked like a mix between a lard rendering plant and the Texas Chainsaw Massacre!

I have a couple of tips for the gigger. One is to drive into the area of the ditches and turn the pickup off and sit and listen. Especially in the early summer when they are courting some foxy babe frog. You can here them a mile away and they guide you to them with their love song. The second huge tip is to use a “HTFB” (High Tech Frog Bucket). This is one of those fish baskets with the spring loaded tops. There is nothing better to hold the frogs. Also, sharpen your gig every time so when you jab them when they are floating and not against something, so the gig penetrates easily.

I love frog gigging. Matter of fact, I think I generally have an issue with wanting to stab things. My favorite stabbing hobby is spear fishing. I am 58 years old and I have had that hobby for 40 years. It is the best of two worlds – hunting and fishing. I dive mostly on the north coast of California and it ain’t for sissys! The water is rough and sometimes you can barely see your hand in front of your face. You can’t spear fish when its that murky but you can still dive for abalone. It is weird diving 20 or 30 feet when you can only see gray until the bottom jumps into focus. You aren’t allowed to use scuba tanks for abalone and must hold your breath. We usually take a spear gun and spear fish at the same time if we have 10 or more feet of visibility. It is a fun sport once you get some experience under your belt and get comfortable with your equipment. I wrote an article on it that is for the beginners and folks that want to see what it is like. It is about 3,500 words so I ain’t going to re-write it here but if you want to read it, it is in the blogs at Did I mention the great white shark issue? They are there and they are 20 feet and can turn you into a **** pretty readily! The water is so murky, you wouldn’t even see them coming. Their main food source once they are grown is seals and a person in a black wet suit, similar in shape and size, is often mistaken for one. I shouldn’t say often because it is highly more likely that you will get killed in a car wreck on the way to the ocean to dive or get struck by lightening than to get bit by a shark and even then, most people survive. I have a defense for them. If I see one, I turn the water brown all around me!

Anyway, I don’t know why I was thinking frogging at this time of year. Up there where we usually frog will be about 10 degrees this weekend. I might go duck hunting, but that is a pain in the arse when you have to wade in shin deep mud, in waist deep water and break 1 inch ice to go get your ducks! I am getting too old for that crap! Turkey and pheasant season opened so maybe I will road hunt those instead.
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You can also use a fishing pole and a topwater bait, like a hula popper or jitterbug. The ones I used to catch in tanks couldn't resist the subtle twitches out in front of them and would come after them every time. Good times!
I prefer to use a giant grub and make it weedless for less snags

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Nobody used cane pole and treble hook with piece of red rag and dibble them up during the day? They can't seem to ignore it. Have caught buckets full on the golf course holes.
I have done this but it's easier the above mentioned way and you can target bigger frogs that are farther out from shore
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This is how you do it...




Size 10... big ol frogs here in TX


We have catfish pond back home we use to gig on.. that is a good way to spend a backwoods night.
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Old 11-22-2011, 02:19 AM   #27
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I am assuming you are speaking of the below place? its what came up when I googled Dam B. Have you been there personally and gigged or just know it would be a good spot? Thanks for your help


The Angelina Neches/Dam B WMA is located in Jasper and Tyler Counties in the fork of the Angelina River, Neches River and the B.A. Steinhagen Reservoir.
good old dam-b
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Ttt ready to give this a try
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Dang! I want to go get some frogs!
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We don't use gigs, grabs or nets down here, just need a good Cajun wife that loves frogging, lol
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She'll do what takes to get one too
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love casting a worm at them rigged weedless. Those suckers sure can fight better than you would give them credit.
If you have any grass/turf farms in the area, they make for a good place to look for frogs.
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Crawfish ponds in East Texas are excellent places also.
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This one came back from the dead!
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Wow, didn't pay attention to the post dates, probably due to the small screen on my phone. I live in the Baton Rouge, La. area, frog season opens June 1 here and if anyone would like to go, you're welcome to come along. For the most part, everything is done from my boat, a custom built flat with a 37 hp Gator Tail surface drive motor. Can't guarantee we'll catch hundreds, but we'll 30-50 for sure and you'll see the La. swamps at night and the night life that it has to offer. And tons of alligators.
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All of my pictures were of trip right at the close of last season, so most had been picked over pretty good.
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anyone up for a TBH frog hunting trip???????????
Sign me up!!!! I'd pay decent money for regular access to someplace that held a bunch. We had an old crawfish farm we could frog, but it got sold and parceled up. 50 was a slow night in there.
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Check the the bayous. The best time to go is after they mow them.
I still have my old gigs in the garage from my gigging days.
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Old 04-20-2016, 10:05 AM   #40
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Check the the bayous. The best time to go is after they mow them.
I still have my old gigs in the garage from my gigging days.
Just re-read you post and noticed you don't want to hit the bayous.
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Wow, didn't pay attention to the post dates, probably due to the small screen on my phone. I live in the Baton Rouge, La. area, frog season opens June 1 here and if anyone would like to go, you're welcome to come along. For the most part, everything is done from my boat, a custom built flat with a 37 hp Gator Tail surface drive motor. Can't guarantee we'll catch hundreds, but we'll 30-50 for sure and you'll see the La. swamps at night and the night life that it has to offer. And tons of alligators.
Is the guy on the left in that pic a Houston Firefighter? I'm pretty sure I know him.
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Old 04-20-2016, 10:29 AM   #43
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Is the guy on the left in that pic a Houston Firefighter? I'm pretty sure I know him.
No, that's my son. He's a police officer for Baton Rouge, but assigned to DEA
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No, that's my son. He's a police officer for Baton Rouge, but assigned to DEA
Ok just wondering. I have a friend I've known all my life that works for the Houston Fire Dept and they could pass for twins lol!!
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Found this site when I googled “frog Gigging”.

I am from northern California, which is about as alike to Los Angeles as Miami is to Billings, Montana. We are huntin, fishin, country folk up here. We hunt ducks, geese, quail, turkeys, deer, elk, cottontail, etc., catch crawdads and frog gig. At least some of us do. Frog gigging is a dying art!

My nephew lives up on the Oregon border in alfalfa country and it is full of ditches and loaded with frogs. Our one night record is 108 huge frogs and the most ****** off wives ever. Sorry! We drank a little whisky to keep warm for 12 hours straight and cooked a snack of about 30 frog legs for breakfast. It looked like a mix between a lard rendering plant and the Texas Chainsaw Massacre!

I have a couple of tips for the gigger. One is to drive into the area of the ditches and turn the pickup off and sit and listen. Especially in the early summer when they are courting some foxy babe frog. You can here them a mile away and they guide you to them with their love song. The second huge tip is to use a “HTFB” (High Tech Frog Bucket). This is one of those fish baskets with the spring loaded tops. There is nothing better to hold the frogs. Also, sharpen your gig every time so when you jab them when they are floating and not against something, so the gig penetrates easily.

I love frog gigging. Matter of fact, I think I generally have an issue with wanting to stab things. My favorite stabbing hobby is spear fishing. I am 58 years old and I have had that hobby for 40 years. It is the best of two worlds – hunting and fishing. I dive mostly on the north coast of California and it ain’t for sissys! The water is rough and sometimes you can barely see your hand in front of your face. You can’t spear fish when its that murky but you can still dive for abalone. It is weird diving 20 or 30 feet when you can only see gray until the bottom jumps into focus. You aren’t allowed to use scuba tanks for abalone and must hold your breath. We usually take a spear gun and spear fish at the same time if we have 10 or more feet of visibility. It is a fun sport once you get some experience under your belt and get comfortable with your equipment. I wrote an article on it that is for the beginners and folks that want to see what it is like. It is about 3,500 words so I ain’t going to re-write it here but if you want to read it, it is in the blogs at Did I mention the great white shark issue? They are there and they are 20 feet and can turn you into a **** pretty readily! The water is so murky, you wouldn’t even see them coming. Their main food source once they are grown is seals and a person in a black wet suit, similar in shape and size, is often mistaken for one. I shouldn’t say often because it is highly more likely that you will get killed in a car wreck on the way to the ocean to dive or get struck by lightening than to get bit by a shark and even then, most people survive. I have a defense for them. If I see one, I turn the water brown all around me!

Anyway, I don’t know why I was thinking frogging at this time of year. Up there where we usually frog will be about 10 degrees this weekend. I might go duck hunting, but that is a pain in the arse when you have to wade in shin deep mud, in waist deep water and break 1 inch ice to go get your ducks! I am getting too old for that crap! Turkey and pheasant season opened so maybe I will road hunt those instead.

I thought road hunting was illegal!!!!!!
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Old 04-20-2016, 11:35 AM   #46
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Ok just wondering. I have a friend I've known all my life that works for the Houston Fire Dept and they could pass for twins lol!!
I bought my Texas Lacy from a Houston firefighter, Hemphill is his last name.
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I thought road hunting was illegal!!!!!!
Only if you get caught!

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I thought road hunting was illegal!!!!!!
it could have been legal when he posted.
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Even get up in tree tops
That's awesome.
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