Monday, July 11, 2016

Culprit Incredi Frog Review

Incredi Frog:      Colours:7   Size: 4"     Pack Count: 5     
             Leg Style: Buzz              Weight: N/A


I don't use a lot of Culprit baits, and the ones I have used are pretty mixed results.
The Incredit frog was a pleasant surprise in that its built tough and swims well. This bait will catch fish and won't cost you an arm and leg.

Overall Rating: 7.3/10
Each frog is rated on the following criteria: Quality, Castability, Presentation, Hook-up Ratio Available Options, Product Availability & Price

Quality & Durability: 4.0/5

I think Culprit called this frog the Incredi Frog solely based on it's  body builder frame. This is one tough frog, from the legs on up through the body right to the nose you won't find a weak spot. The Incredi frog is on some form of PED lets just hope we don't get busted.

When doing these reviews I often ready product reviews on various other sites and pages. I have seen some quality complaints from other users claiming that they received flawed frogs right out of the package (molding issues). I did not experience this product with any of the frogs in my packs.. but I'm all about full disclosure. 

Castability: 4.0/5

Being a larger frog does wonders for the Incredi Frogs casting ability. You can easily get distance when needed and its flat(ish) body still allows you to skip up under docks and overhanging trees.

The Incredi Frog lands with a nice slap but due to its shape it will often land belly up. It can be hard to flip once this happens but if you keep your hook point buried you will still be able to complete your retrieve. 

Presentation: 4.05

Thick leg with large kicker feet mean this frog is a beast on the retrieve. it churns some serious water and leaves an "incredi-bubble trail" (see what I did there). Its very easy to fish at both high and low speeds meaning it excels in most conditions. Personally I prefer to fish this bait over medium to sparse pads, making it do a little climbing but not an "incredi" amount (ok ill stop now). Its big body will require some pulling when going over pads but the grooves cut in the belly were designed to help off set the drag effect often seen in larger soft plastic toads.

Hook-Up Ratio: 4.0/5

The Incredi frog is built right, long slender profile means less rubber getting in the way of your hook-set and the belly slot means easier access to the hook for both you and the fish. It also has a wider ass end so that anglers that like to throw double frog hooks can do so with ease (I need to do that more)

Availability & Price:3.0/5

Not common at all in my neck of the woods, I had to order this frog on-line along with the other Culprit frog "the Marsh frog". Price is decent at just under $1 a frog, but as you know I like a bit more of a margin when it comes to soft plastics. With that said these frogs will last for multiple fish and are worth the price tag.

Options: 3.0/5

With one size and a limited colour palette options are not exactly this frogs strong suit. 

Where to Find:
In case you are having a hard time finding these locally, here are some reliable options for you.


I completed all my Incredi frog testing with a Dobyns 735c paired with a Daiwa Tatula HD.  This frog is heavy duty but still needs a soft tip to help finesse it around cover. Feel free to beef up or down, depending on your taste.

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