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Ned rigs and other such stuff #13650375 07/30/20 05:18 PM
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I find it rather amusing to view some of the newer, latest, and greatest ideas in fishing. Ned rigs? That is how most worms were fished since Nick Creme came out with them in 1949. Personally I fished the "ned rig" since 1959. Senko, trick worm, what ever you want to call the rig has been fished by me and people I know since middle 60s. Removing skirts from single blade spinner baits and putting a 12 inch Jelly Worm on it. Used to murder the fish on Rayburn and Toledo with that. Carolina rigging floating crank baits into bass suspended 6 to 8 feet off the bottom. Dead fishing large crank baits on the bottom. Have not seen any "new" lure in the last 50 years. Sure, variations of lures, but no new ones and actually, no new methods. Skipping under docks? Done it for 50 years. Punching grass mats? Done it for 50 years. Used wooden frogs in the early 60s. Suggo? Fished those guiding on Fork 2 years before anyone even saw one on Fork, around 1987 or so, dont remember exactly. It was a killer 60 70 80 fish days on that thing. Lots of things you can do. Nothing really new.


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Re: Ned rigs and other such stuff [Re: Rich12] #13650450 07/30/20 06:16 PM
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Re: Ned rigs and other such stuff [Re: Rich12] #13650471 07/30/20 06:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Rich12
I find it rather amusing to view some of the newer, latest, and greatest ideas in fishing. Ned rigs? That is how most worms were fished since Nick Creme came out with them in 1949. Personally I fished the "ned rig" since 1959. Senko, trick worm, what ever you want to call the rig has been fished by me and people I know since middle 60s. Removing skirts from single blade spinner baits and putting a 12 inch Jelly Worm on it. Used to murder the fish on Rayburn and Toledo with that. Carolina rigging floating crank baits into bass suspended 6 to 8 feet off the bottom. Dead fishing large crank baits on the bottom. Have not seen any "new" lure in the last 50 years. Sure, variations of lures, but no new ones and actually, no new methods. Skipping under docks? Done it for 50 years. Punching grass mats? Done it for 50 years. Used wooden frogs in the early 60s. Suggo? Fished those guiding on Fork 2 years before anyone even saw one on Fork, around 1987 or so, dont remember exactly. It was a killer 60 70 80 fish days on that thing. Lots of things you can do. Nothing really new.



what?

a senko no matter how you fish it isnt a ned rig, neither is a trick worm


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Re: Ned rigs and other such stuff [Re: Rich12] #13650481 07/30/20 06:43 PM
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Re: Ned rigs and other such stuff [Re: Rich12] #13650506 07/30/20 07:12 PM
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Re: Ned rigs and other such stuff [Re: Rich12] #13650507 07/30/20 07:13 PM
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Re: Ned rigs and other such stuff [Re: Rich12] #13650508 07/30/20 07:13 PM
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You sir..…. are "The Stick"


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Re: Ned rigs and other such stuff [Re: Rich12] #13650547 07/30/20 07:36 PM
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Re: Ned rigs and other such stuff [Re: Frank the Tank] #13650549 07/30/20 07:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Frank the Tank
You sir..…. are "The Stick"



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Nothing to do with a Ned rig either, though I have more luck with these.


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Re: Ned rigs and other such stuff [Re: Douglas J] #13650723 07/30/20 09:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Frank the Tank
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Jon maybe you can lend him your white shades grin


Right?
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Re: Ned rigs and other such stuff [Re: Rich12] #13650727 07/30/20 09:26 PM
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I remember before rods and reels were a thing, I was using the bone from a fleet footed Siberian Yak as a rod, and the heart of an elderberry tree as a reel, with some modifications. For string I used the sinew of a menstruating albino sabre tooth tiger.

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Originally Posted by Kat-man-do
I remember before rods and reels were a thing, I was using the bone from a fleet footed Siberian Yak as a rod, and the heart of an elderberry tree as a reel, with some modifications. For string I used the sinew of a menstruating albino sabre tooth tiger.

We’ve come along way, Bro... lol


My great Uncles John/Rudy were slaughtering fish(all species) on a simple jighead/worm combo (Jigworm) for many years before they introduced it to me at a young age. A crawfish(Brown/Orange)colored worm/1/16-1/8 Jig caught me many o’ smallmouth and goggle eyes when I spent my summers as a young boy with my grandparents in the Ouachitas in Arkansas.


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