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Bigger bait means bigger bass, especially when that bigger bait is a Bull Ribbit™ Frog by Stanley Jigs®. A bull frog-sized Ribbit Frog, the Bull Ribbit's enticing swimming and kicking action really gets those big lunkers around thick pads worked up and ready for a big fat frog feast. For best action and hook sets, a 6/0 hook is a must. Unrigged.
Best Bass Bait Going
Non stop action from the first cast to the last this Bull Ribbit Frog drives the bass crazy.
July 23, 2012
Nice bait but.....
I love the bait don't get me wrong, but it has the tendency to come back upside down. When this happens, hook the frog underneath the belly instead of on top of the frog, and it usually is fine. Bass will destroy this thing so hang on to your pole!
May 8, 2012
A good bait for lathargic Pike in the Spring right after the spawn. They just need to be worked very slowly.
October 10, 2011
I pull this frog over bed of underwater grass and/or over open water when i use it (which is very often) and bass will sometimes jump 2-3 feet out of the water to hit it. The only problem is that sometimes it has a tendency to swim upside down. That hasn't affected me too much but it does get aggravating having to yank it every now and then to straighten it out. But overall a great topwater frog.
July 21, 2011
If your using the Bull Ribbit (larger one) I would recommend the Stanely double hook, works really slick but if you want to stay with a single hook, the bigger the better and make sure the gap is twice the width of the frog a 4/0 should do the trick.
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