Stanley Jigs Ribbit Frog
Great Heavy Cover Frog
I use the stanley ribbit rigged with the stanley wedge head 1/8 oz. hook. The wedge head ensures the frog can be retrieved right side up. Did a test last week with the stanley ribbit and the BPS humping toad. I found that the ribbit has a better hook grove to allow for better hook sets. Also, I like the color patterns. You should give it a try.
July 7, 2008
this is the best frog i have ever used. time and time again it has caught me fish. i will definately be fishing these for years to come;. rig with a 4/0 owner twistlock hook cast it into lilly pads and hold on. this frog produces massive strikes. WARNING: DO NOT USE IF YOU HAVE HEART PROBLEMS THE STRIKES YOU GET MAY CAUSE YOU TO JUMP
December 27, 2008
my favorite frog
i have been using Stanley Jigs Ribbit Frogs for a few years now and i am very pleased with them....a lot of swimming action and noise. I caught my biggest bass yet on one 2 years ago...i always get some strikes on them where ever i fish....a very good product.
May 3, 2012
These frogs are great! I have caught serval 4lbs.+ fish one these things. Not to mention that they are super tough compared to other frogs on the market. Great action and easy to use. Blakck and BullFrog work well here in FL.
My son is 6 and he was dying to try one. So, I tied one on just to see how he would do. Even without a 7' MH action rod or 40+# braid he landed his biggest fish yet. 3.11lbs on the one he's holding. All done on a Pfluger 5' Spincast outfit with only 10# mono! It was something to keep him busy and now he can't wait to get a "Froggin Rod".
However, I wouldn't recommend that outfit for this lure. You really need to go with a 7' or longer rod, atleast Med. Heavy, 30#+ Braid. That way when you get a hawg on you'll be able to pull them out of just about anything they decided to wrap around after the strike!
Remember, if you see/feel the strike, WAIT TO SET THE HOOK!!! Feel the fish and then set the hook, HARD! 2.5 secs. seems to do the trick with these frogs. And remember, let the big ones GO! CATCH & RELEASE!!!
May 23, 2010