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Re: Ned rigs and other such stuff [Re: Kat-man-do] #13651576 07/31/20 01:56 PM
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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.


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Re: Ned rigs and other such stuff [Re: Rich12] #13651903 07/31/20 05:58 PM
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The new ned rig used to be a man's stingray grub on a lead head. Remember my dad fishing those in the 70's


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Re: Ned rigs and other such stuff [Re: Capt. Bryan] #13652125 07/31/20 09:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Capt. Bryan
The new ned rig used to be a man's stingray grub on a lead head. Remember my dad fishing those in the 70's



Did that grub float? Sit there tail up and just barely quiver while dead sticked? That’s what a ned rig does due to the elaztec material.


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Re: Ned rigs and other such stuff [Re: Rich12] #13652137 07/31/20 10:01 PM
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Man. I’ve seen my grandpas stuff!

I’ll stick to the newer stuff.


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Re: Ned rigs and other such stuff [Re: Rich12] #13652248 07/31/20 11:50 PM
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Re: Ned rigs and other such stuff [Re: Bayou Burner] #13652306 08/01/20 12:46 AM
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Yea, it did. How many of you shove an alka seltzer in 4" tube to make big girl bite off a bed? Name me one single "new" lure. Not a variation, but new. These came off the 4 inch seltzer tube. (polident actually) 13.3 and 14.1

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Re: Ned rigs and other such stuff [Re: Kat-man-do] #13652319 08/01/20 12:55 AM
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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.



Lmao!!

Re: Ned rigs and other such stuff [Re: Rich12] #13652436 08/01/20 03:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Rich12
Yea, it did. How many of you shove an alka seltzer in 4" tube to make big girl bite off a bed? Name me one single "new" lure. Not a variation, but new. These came off the 4 inch seltzer tube. (polident actually) 13.3 and 14.1

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Every lure WAS new at one point take your pic and name them off in your own head. Maybe you meant to say name me one single new lure from 2019?


The alka seltzer was being used almost the day tubes came out.... 70s.. from what I remember reading in magazines 30 years ago.

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Re: Ned rigs and other such stuff [Re: Rich12] #13652631 08/01/20 01:45 PM
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I don't cotton none to these new-fangled "lures..." Now get off my lawn!

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Re: Ned rigs and other such stuff [Re: Rich12] #13652646 08/01/20 01:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Rich12
Yea, it did. How many of you shove an alka seltzer in 4" tube to make big girl bite off a bed? Name me one single "new" lure. Not a variation, but new. These came off the 4 inch seltzer tube. (polident actually) 13.3 and 14.1

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Re: Ned rigs and other such stuff [Re: Mark Perry] #13652758 08/01/20 03:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Rich12
Yea, it did. How many of you shove an alka seltzer in 4" tube to make big girl bite off a bed? Name me one single "new" lure. Not a variation, but new. These came off the 4 inch seltzer tube. (polident actually) 13.3 and 14.1





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Guess we are going to get in a discussion about what is the definition “NEW” and what is “CHANGED” or “ADJUSTED”. I consider the Chatterbait or bladed jig as a completely new lure on the market when it came out yet others will argue it’s simply a variation of the spinnerbait. I view many lures as “new” but it’s semantics really. I see the OP’s original point but it probably got lost for many in his “delivery”! laugh

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