Stanley Jigs® Ribbit™ Frog

   

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White

White

3-1/2"

5

Model:
SRF-200

Watermelon/Red Flake

Watermelon/Red Flake

3-1/2"

5

Model:
SRF-203

Watermelon Red Pearl

Watermelon Red Pearl

3-1/2"

5

Model:
SRF-204

Green Pumpkin Red Pearl

Green Pumpkin Red Pearl

3-1/2"

5

Model:
SRF-205

Lily Pad

Lily Pad

3-1/2"

5

Model:
SRF-206

Smokin Shad

Smokin Shad

3-1/2"

5

Model:
SRF-213

Black

Black

3-1/2"

5

Model:
SRF-201

Louisiana Craw

Louisiana Craw

3-1/2"

5

Model:
SRF-210

Catalpa

Catalpa

3-1/2"

5

Model:
SRF-211

Baby Bass

Baby Bass

3-1/2"

5

Model:
SRF-212

Gold Pepper

Gold Pepper

3-1/2"

5

Model:
SRF-222

Bullfrog

Bullfrog

3-1/2"

5

Model:
SRF-218

Green Tree Frog

Green Tree Frog

3-1/2"

5

Model:
SRF-224

Bluegill

Bluegill

3-1/2"

5

Model:
SRF-226
One of the most exciting soft plastic baits out there, Stanley Jig's Ribbit Frog produces heart stopping action that provokes explosive strikes from big bass. The Ribbit Frog is very versatile, and is effective when buzzed along the surface or rigged weedless and fished over logs, grass beds or lily pads. Unrigged.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 101 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by best soft plastic frog on the market! I've tried just about every soft plastic frog on the market, with the exception of the z-man frogs, and I have to say that these are my favorite. The size, weight, and action are all spot on. I used to prefer the bass pro brand toads, but the ribbits have won me over, I've just caught so many fish on these, and I also like the design of the actual mold itself better on these. I like to fish all my frogs texas rigged, so my only issue is that after a fish or two, my hook's entry holes get stretched out which makes setting almost impossible just because of how the bait moves on the hook after that (this is a problem I find with pretty much all frog baits). Anyways, I should probably cough up some dough and get better hooks, either way, love this bait, best soft plastic frog out there! October 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love this frog!! I love using a plastic frog as a top water bait. This plastic frog is more durable than the Yum frogs I'd been using. The Yum bait tends to tear after only a fish or two. This Stanley frog is more durable and doesn't rip and tear like the Yum. Bass can't stand the lifelike action of the legs when swam across the top of the water. Another way to fish it is just beneath the surface in a stop and go retrieve, like a real frog swimming just under the surface. September 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lots of fun The Ribbit really gets the bass going, some of the fun is just watching them chase it but. I have caught a lot of bass but here in VA we have a new crazy fish the Northern Sneakhead, they fly out of the water after the Ribbit. Two weeks ago I caught this 9.5lb fish. August 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by a better buy for the money, I like this brand of soft plastic frog . good leg action and holds up well to multiple fish strikes. July 4, 2013
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Is the ribbit frog still available in the floater style?
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I believe so, the only way to get those is to cal bass pro shop. Special order.
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I have not seen them anyway online or in the local shops. This is in the Oklahoma City area
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I FISH WHERE THIERS LOTS AND I MEAN LOTS HYDRILA AND GRASS
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any color other then white works at night sound and motion is the key if your fishing a full moon use black
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fish early morning or evening .Green frog has been excellent. Good in all kinds of weeds.
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which is better

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which is better in ur opinion the spro bronzeye or stanley jigs
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I have tried most of the Scum Frog Line Up, I haven't caught but a couple with them, the hooks are not any good on them in my opinion either, really too small, and the instructions tell you to wait 2 or 3 seconds, this hasn't worked, the Bass Pro #4 hooks, you can hook them in a microsecond, I haven't missed a bite since I changed. Bait works better as well, sits lower in the water and makes for better popping action.
2 years, 7 months ago
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spro by far, but koppers has a better appearance than both of the two
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I have caught more with the Stanley Ribbit.
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thanks you may God bless u
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I don't use double hook at all. I think it would ruin the action. The best rig I've found is a 3/0 offset hook. It will truly go through just about any weeds and pads. Any larger on the hook and it's tough to keep it up on the surface.
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Yellow Black or White
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I use only the Stanley double hook designed for this lure, and I like the bullfrog color best.
2 years, 11 months ago
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It is slightly aggrivating to rig with the double hooks. You have to push them up through the legs and they need to be even. It's worth the aggrivation because it does increase the hookup ratio. If I were fishing at night, I would use the Bull Ribbet in Black. Hope this helps
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I prefer a 5/0 wide gap, super glue in the nose. Use a 1/0 or 2/0 trailer hook and a Bass Pro Hook Guard to keep it weedless. Skin hook the 5/0. Better hook-up rate, better leg action than with double hook.
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I like the double hooks as it gives me an extra sense of reliability. True they are a little on the pricey side, but then again if one has that extra assurance of a hook up then it is worth it.
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Yes and Yes! I increased total hook up by 3 times with the double hook. I also notice that my baits balance trough rough cover was stable because of the hook.

Get it and you wont be disappointed.
3 years ago
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Yes they actually make the Ribbit Frog Weedless.And it is worth the cost bought a pack from the local store.
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yes, i have, they work but I think the hooks are a little to big for the Ribbit, they work better on the Bull Ribbit
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yea, these hooks work good but you need a bigger frog like the Bull ribbit because the gap between the 2 hooks is pretty wide
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This Frog! I love it! Coupled with a 3/0 offset hook I do amazing! So far I'm at a 85% + HOOKUP ratio
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scum frog. All so the best price
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I came across my favorite frog out of need. I had to restock for a trip and I was running low. My favorite used to be the Yum Buzz Frog. I also throw Rage Toads and Sizmic Frogs from time to time. On the day of my trip the only frog I could find was the Stanely Ribbit frog. After using this frog it is hands down my favorite. It is soft enough to retrieve it at any speed and it kicks up plenty of water. It comes in great colors and it is plenty durable. The price is nice also. I dont know about the Yum Money Frog. I just wont pay that kind of money. And I can afford it. I just wont pay 10$ for a few pieces of plastic. Hope this helps
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The Stanley Ribbit, but hold on I have tried the floating Stanley Ribbit I like it a whole lot better.
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It would have to be the ribbit Frog. easy to rig and very inexpesive.
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Stanley Ribbit Frog
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It is the Ribbit hands down.
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Stanley Ribbit. Great action and simply catches fish!
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My favorite is the watermelon red pearl by far!
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black watermellon/red flake and green pumkin
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green pumpkin w white belly,
green pumpkin with white belly and chartreuse hot feet,
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My colors are Black for dark days or early morning
Bullfrog overall, and baby bass with a pearl underside works well if it is a bright and clear day.
Don't forget white over weed beds.
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the three colors that work the best for me are smokin shad, watermelon red, and black with silver hot feet.
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Baby Bass
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Watermelon/pearl, white, and black
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Bull Frog, and any hot feet color.
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I have both in my tackle and will switch if I find the occasion needs the change. The Stanley frog is softer and I like the penitration that I get from the hooks. I guess it is your call.
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yes alot of difference the yum frog sinks a little and is hard to keep on top where the ribbit is very easy to keep on top and it creat's a good vibration on the top that bass cant stand.
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I think the Stanley Ribbit Frog has better action
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There is a great deal of difference. The Ribbit has a ton more action than the Buzz frog, on top as well as under the surface. I have out fished the buzz frog 5 to 1 everytime out.
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Yes HUGE defferece. The Yum frog is much much more stiff and doesnt swim at all on the fall. ive used both actually and loved the stanley
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this one works better!
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Yes. The flat design of the Ribbit frog keeps it from rolling over. The Yum Buzz frogs have a relatively thicker profile and roll very easy.
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I think that there is, I have had the yum frog feet to cross over causing the bait to not work until the feet are untangled, I have never had the feet on a Stanley to tangle together
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wondering what size and model hook i should use for ribbit frog- thankyou
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#3 wide gap worm hook
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use a 4/0 or 5/0 extra wide gap hook - or a similar sized weighted hook... the kind that has abit of lead molded onto the hook shank. The weighted hooks are abit better for open water usage, similar to how you'd fish a buzzbait.
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use a 3/0 ofsset shank hook
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I use a screw on 5/0 wide gap hook from OWNER. Ribbit also have their own hooks, however I have not personally tried them.
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i use 3/0 spring keeper wide gap hooks. basically any wide gap spring keeper swimbait hook will work.
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4/0 Gamakatsu EWG or similar with a twist lock. weighted of unweighted
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I failed to mention the Stanley Jigs Ribbit Double Take Hooks. They are recommended and I saw a video of rigging it, seems that it would work well too. For now, I'll stick with the Gamakatsu 3/0. I'm impressed by it's use.
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I would recommend a 3/0 EWG hook (Gamakatsu preferred). The length of the body against rigging it makes this the best choice for me. It's pretty easy to rig and hooking them won't be a problem while being weedless. I will recommend, though, to use super glue on the nose to hook so that you don't lose as many of the bodies.
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I use a zoom 5 0 frog hook. It seems a little big, But I rarely miss any fish. And I catch a lot of BIG fish. Also, use a fish attractant. (Garlic) For the one you do miss. They will hit it again.
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Some good hooks to try are the Gamakatsu EWG Superline in 4/0 and 5/0
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Zoom® Toad Hooks
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These work great!!
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