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#10801101 - 04/27/15 03:15 PM Crappie RonRig's - Thoughts and comments please
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Registered: 10/21/09
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Loc: Lewisville, TX
Ok Crappie Fisherman, I have Rigs no blades, Willow blades and Colorado blades.
Currently there are Two sizes:
4.5 inch center, legs are 4 inches
6 inch center, legs are 4 inches

All ends are turned, with the no lead design!!
All comments, thoughts, are welcomed!
I can custom Manufacture to your specifications.



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#10801117 - 04/27/15 03:19 PM Re: Crappie RonRig's - Thoughts and comments please [Re: NekidTackle]
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Looks awesome. This looks like it would work great on some schooling sandies too.
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#10802679 - 04/28/15 05:27 AM Re: Crappie RonRig's - Thoughts and comments please [Re: Anchorman]
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Originally Posted By: newpontoonguy
Looks awesome. This looks like it would work great on some schooling sandies too.


Thanks newpontoonguy! (I also fish from a pontoon!) I have Crappie --> Black Bass --> Sandie --> Striper sized RonRig's on my website
Click Me To See "Quality Tackle at Discount Prices!"
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#10802956 - 04/28/15 08:17 AM Re: Crappie RonRig's - Thoughts and comments please [Re: NekidTackle]
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I have three of these from Ron that I am going to fish on Thursday and will let you know how I do. I did want to let you know that I can comment on the quality of them and these are the best rigs as far as wire and components that is out there IMHO.

Last Wednesday night, I took one of the rigs and put in a bucket of water to see if they would rust or weaken the wires. I have been folding the rigs each night and have not had a wire break yet and have not seen any rust yet. Sunday I added salt to the water and last night they looked the same as the new ones. I flexed and folded the wires once again and no discernible weakening of the wires was observed.

The reason I am doing this water and bend tests is that I purchased some competitor's A-Rigs from the whites section and fished them one weekend, dried them, folded them up, put them in a separate tackle box but when I went to use them the next weekend, the wires were breaking off because the wire was rusting out. I have seen and heard that other's rigs will break after a few uses but these RonRigs should last a long time due to the wires he used.

I will bring in the pictures I took and will post them up tomorrow.
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#10812928 - 05/01/15 09:54 PM Re: Crappie RonRig's - Thoughts and comments please [Re: BlueNitro]
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Originally Posted By: BlueNitro
I have three of these from Ron that I am going to fish on Thursday and will let you know how I do. I did want to let you know that I can comment on the quality of them and these are the best rigs as far as wire and components that is out there IMHO.

Last Wednesday night, I took one of the rigs and put in a bucket of water to see if they would rust or weaken the wires. I have been folding the rigs each night and have not had a wire break yet and have not seen any rust yet. Sunday I added salt to the water and last night they looked the same as the new ones. I flexed and folded the wires once again and no discernible weakening of the wires was observed.

The reason I am doing this water and bend tests is that I purchased some competitor's A-Rigs from the whites section and fished them one weekend, dried them, folded them up, put them in a separate tackle box but when I went to use them the next weekend, the wires were breaking off because the wire was rusting out. I have seen and heard that other's rigs will break after a few uses but these RonRigs should last a long time due to the wires he used.

I will bring in the pictures I took and will post them up tomorrow.

Thanks Ron,
I have 3 more for you to play with, based on your recommendations and of others.
This wire is the best i have ever seen, strong, and as you have experienced, they won't rust!

www.nekidtackle.com is where to get them!
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#10813213 - 05/02/15 06:55 AM Re: Crappie RonRig's - Thoughts and comments please [Re: NekidTackle]
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The Promo code has expired, thanks to all who used it, and kept me very very busy smile

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Originally Posted By: BigDad
Ron is a great guy to deal with. I bought a few of his 8" and 9" and they worked well for me on Texoma. Well made and very durable rigs. Will be getting more from him.
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#10816799 - 05/04/15 09:00 AM Re: Crappie RonRig's - Thoughts and comments please [Re: NekidTackle]
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Loc: Lewisville
Here are the pictures I took from the above post/testing I had done.







As you can see, there is no rust anywhere on them and I do not feel like they lost any strength or are going to break with all the soaking and bending I had done.

They look good as well all baited out.







I did fish them on Thursday along some bridge columns but the crappie fishing on Lewisville has been pretty bleak. They track well and I see them catching a lot of crappie once it gets 'ON'.
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