Stanley Jigs Ribbit Frog
I love this lure! A friend bought a pack for me and they sat in my box for months. One day on a pad covered pond I decided to try them. I intentionally go to the scum and pad filled sides of the ponds and lakes to use these now. First day of use got me 2 bass on a small business park pond. Only about 30 minutes of fishing. Its just been getting better ever since! I'm hooked! The only downside is I wish you could get larger sizes. That may be my ignorance though.
June 5, 2013
Best Frog Out There
I bought the Yellow Ribbit Frogs and boy was it the right choice. The first cast a 4lb bass came and nailed it off the top of the water. The most exciting fishing outthere the bass hit it so hard he swallowed the whole frog hook combo. You have to use these at the right times of the day or they wont work as good. Early Early in the morning or right before the sun goes down. These frogs hold up really well no damage done after 4 to 5 big fish. If you want the most exciting fishing out their buy the Stanley Ribbit Frogs. I bought yellow and i will buy a whole lot more colors to test out. 5$ a bag is not that bad but when I lose one to a lily or bad cast I get mad.
Again you have to use theses frogs at the right times. if the fish are on the bottom and your using a top water frog obviously it's not going to work out. if you can't figure out how to rig it YOUTUBE it and get it right. It does flip upside sometimes but it's not biggy
March 14, 2013
fun when they work
This is a great frog pattern lure. it is very fun to use when the bite is on because of the acrobatics. they hold up very well and when paired with the ribbit double hooks they are pretty good with hooksets. fun to throw right in the middle of cover and drag big bass out!
February 24, 2013
The Stanley Ribbit Frog is one of my favorite topwater baits to turn to when the bite is tough on floating frogs and the water is not choppy. I caught my record bass (7.5lbs and 24 inches which is in the picture) on this ribbit frog. When i fish this frog, I either use a 4/0 wide gap Laser hook or the ribbit double hook with the spiral connector. The downsides to this bait is that if you don't rig them right, they will flip over when it hits the water and swim upside down. They can also tear at the nose of the bait and fall off. The best time to use these frogs is around 6:00 AM/ sunrise and 6:00-8:00 PM/ throughout sunset. I would recommend these baits to any bass fisherman who uses topwater often. It will produce lots of nice fish.
January 29, 2013