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#12815590 - 07/03/18 08:44 PM Neko Rig
Bas-ii-tis Offline
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Registered: 12/10/06
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Im hearing soooo much about it....anyone fish it more than often? Im thinking on setting up a weedless one. Is it the best Finesse bait out there for these hot summer days for these sluggish bass? Thanks- Tight Lines Fellas
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#12815610 - 07/03/18 08:59 PM Re: Neko Rig [Re: Bas-ii-tis]
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I wish it wasn’t so popular now. Nobody used to throw it... or at least no one used to talk about it. It’s a great finesse rig for several situations.
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#12815621 - 07/03/18 09:05 PM Re: Neko Rig [Re: Bas-ii-tis]
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Registered: 04/12/07
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Loc: Longmont co.
I throw the Neko and the Ned rig when things are tough.

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#12815828 - 07/04/18 06:03 AM Re: Neko Rig [Re: Bas-ii-tis]
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Agreed

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#12816145 - 07/04/18 12:20 PM Re: Neko Rig [Re: Bas-ii-tis]
LeoL Offline
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Registered: 05/03/16
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Loc: Fort Worth, TX
I started throwing the neko rig and have had success. Switch to drop shot, but need to change it up again and return to neko.

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#12816477 - 07/04/18 05:17 PM Re: Neko Rig [Re: crankn101]
toofy Offline
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Registered: 12/26/15
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Loc: Fort Worth
Originally Posted By: crankn101
I throw the Neko and the Ned rig when things are tough.


The bite is always tough for me, so I throw it alot. laugh

Rather than an exposed hook, I mostly use a Texas-Rigged variation. I've heard it referred to as a Chicken Rig.


Edited by toofy (07/04/18 05:17 PM)

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#12817845 - 07/05/18 10:23 PM Re: Neko Rig [Re: Bas-ii-tis]
Kensho TX Offline
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Registered: 11/25/14
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Loc: Flower Mound
in our dirty water, how effective is it?

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#12817874 - 07/05/18 10:50 PM Re: Neko Rig [Re: Kensho TX]
toofy Offline
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Originally Posted By: Kensho TX
in our dirty water, how effective is it?


I am no expert but have used this alot in the past year. I used it 4 weeks ago on Bridgeport in really muddy water when I couldn't get a bite on other stuff. I got lots of bites on a bubble gum pink senko rigged as a Texas-rigged Neko (chicken rig). I was flipping around cover on the bank just like I would flip any other soft plastic. I use a very light nail weight. Actually, take a 1/16 nail weight and cut it in half. This gives just enough weight to make it fall in a slow twisting erratic pattern.

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