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 krak 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
Rated 4 out of 5
by AaronBassMaster48 Great bait
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
Rated 5 out of 5 by castor1 ribbits
absoulty the best I caught over 30 bass in a weekend only about 10 hours of fishing in 2 lakes down at cape cod just rember to feel the bass before you set the hook or you will miss a few,not easy for bass fisherman,
September 18, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by rockchalk06 Heavy frog
I have been having good luck with different types of frogs lately and wanted to give these a shot. They are always well praised by Bass Pro employees, so I gave them a shot. After its all said and done, these are kind of a hassle to rig, buy and fish.
I was told to buy the dual screw hook to fish these. After looking at the price of those hooks, I was kind of turned off. I thought I could save money using these ribbit frogs over top of the standard plastic top water frog. In the end cost was about the same. I saved a little money buy using a single 5/0 wide gap hook, but its just not the same as the dual frog hooks.
I do have some positive things to say about them though. I use garlic scented oil for most of my plastic baits. These frogs were covered in it. Garlic is my favorite for covering up my scent and attracting bass. Frogs are well built too. Very strong and hold up great. With that said, these are very heavy. If you plan on using them with an ultra light or light weight rod, do not use a weight. The frogs themselves are plenty heavy. I have been running them on a 7' MH rod with 30# braid and they load and cast very well. The legs of these frogs have paddles and give them tons of action.
Probably my biggest complaint is that they are not great top water baits. I use top water about 75% of the time fishing. With a good high speed reel and a continuous retrieve, these will run the top pretty well. Any pause and they sink fast. I have never had good luck with frogs underwater. If a dual top and bottom frog is your choice, these will be great for what you need. If your a top water frog person, I would try something different.
September 13, 2012
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