Stanley Jigs® Ribbit Double Take Hooks

   

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4/0

Black Nickel

2

Model:
SRDT-40

4/0 - 1/8 oz.

Black Nickel

2

Model:
SRDT-40-18WB

5/0

Black Nickel

2

Model:
SRDT-50

5/0 - 1/8 oz.

Black Nickel

2

Model:
SRDT-50-18WB
Two extra-long shanks and hooks are double trouble for big bass with an appetite for frogs, ensuring more—and more secure—hooksets! Manufacturer model #: SRDT.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Double hook works First fish I caught tore the screw lock up. It broke off from the hook. After re rigging it I did manage to still catch a few keepers at big Sam Rayburn. I like the double hook much better than the single. Bass stay on this rig. Use braid and pull them out! October 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by great enhancement to frogs These hooks are great! they are sharp and very strong. they hold the frog in the perfect place. I have the weighted ones and the non weighted. I was skeptical of the screw for the keeping the plastic in but it works awesome! Worth the money. February 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great with the ragin toad This setup works great with the ragin toad which is the only thing I've paired it with so far. Seems to keep the toad running upright and true for the most part with lots of thumping action on top water when retrieved at a faster pace. Run it down the edge of a moss line or close to the bank, drives the bass crazy. July 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great frog hook! This hook is a great upgrade to any frog lure! Durable and hooks are very strong and sharp! June 26, 2012
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2 years, 11 months ago
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Absolutely - the weighted hook keeps the frog's belly pointed down, which is crucial for smart, picky fish. Even in free fall, the weighted hook keeps the frog oriented correctly, causing it to glide slightly forward while descending in the water. You'll have to account for this if you're trying to drop the frog down a hole surrounded by weeds, but unless you're specifically looking to drop your frog straight down or if you think the bass like the rolling action of the frog, or you want to control the weight on the frog a bit more, get the weighted hook. Personally I bought 4 packs of the weighted and 4 of the non-weighted, I use them both.
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on a fast retreve I find it keeps the frogs nose up a little in the water and on a slow one you can let it run under the surface
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If you're using the Stanley Ribbit plastic frogs - yes, it definitely will. If you're using a different frog that is designed to float - maybe not, but these are larger weights that are specifically designed to weight the frogs down so that they sink Ribbits at a medium rate in open water. It also causes the frog to fall slightly forward and down rather than just straight down if you were using just a regular hook with split shot attatched to the line.
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Yes, but at a slow rate.
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No it will not but I only use the Ribbet hooks with no added weight!
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I believe they are 1/8th oz.
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Way too heavy..... I thought the same thing but I gave it a try and they were too bulky and heavy for the application....
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I bought the 4" Bass Pro Shop Humping Toads & forgot they didn't come with hooks. Now I need some so I can use them & can't find double hooks around. I saw these "Stanley Jigs® Ribbit Double Take Hooks" & was wondering which size the 5/0 or 6/0 would be easier to use them with. Thanks.
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The 4/0's are the perfect size for the Humpin' Toads.
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depending on the size of the froga 5/0 isthe one i like unless they just seem to get the legs and then i find a6/0 helps sometimes
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I would recommend the size 5/0 hook because the frog isn't that big. I mean its only 4" and u don't want to purchase a hook that is too big. Trust me i've done it before.
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5. the 6's would be a little large for the feet on your other frogs. however, if you get the 6's, set the hook back further into the end of the frog, and it gives it more action. but, i would get the 5's.
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