Stanley Jigs® Ribbit™ Frog
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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 103
Rated 5 out of 5 by Swampdawgfishingteam Best plastic frog on the market
Bought a pack of these for a small pond and caught a 3+ pound bass on the watermelon red pearl and bought the bullfrog color and the stanly hooks. Great product!!!
June 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by bassprofanatic Stanley Ribbit = Awesome
Large mouth bass can't refuse to eat this frog! I will not use any other topwater frog unless i completely run out of these. They are durable, provide a ton of action, and catch fish like no other bait! Pick up a pack, or two, maybe even three, because bass flat out destroy these things!
May 17, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by thebassquatch 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 VTfan 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
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