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FLOAT TUBE FISHING FORUM » Non-Fishing Related Discussions » FTFF Magazine Issues » Who here like to wacky rig fish

Who here like to wacky rig fish

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1Who here like to wacky rig fish Empty Who here like to wacky rig fish on Fri Oct 06, 2017 10:50 am

jeffcpr

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I am looking for some collaboration on an article for Decembers magazine. If you have some knowledge of wacky fig fishing please look at the article in our publication section (link below). I am simply looking for some help to put this article together and this can be done with our Publication tool.

Thanks

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2Who here like to wacky rig fish Empty Re: Who here like to wacky rig fish on Sat Oct 07, 2017 7:58 pm

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I am not sure how to post with our new tool yet.

   However, I do use the wacky set up quite a bit for bass. I have a selection of o-rings with in my box next to my hooks and always use an o-ring for the hook if I can. In the past I made o-rings out of clear tubing and can detect no difference in hook ups or strikes, so the black o-rings are just fine by me. I like to use a rod with a pretty flexible tip with the wacky rig for reasons I don't understand. I have been using Owner Wacky hooks lately, because some sort of offset or a circle hook helps when the bass inhale these. In the past with straighter style hook I was getting quite a few fished hooked pretty deep. 
   I do not use the wacky rig in water deeper than 25 feet typically and I like to throw it at targets where I suspect a bass is lurking to ambush.

Use what like Jeff.


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3Who here like to wacky rig fish Empty Re: Who here like to wacky rig fish on Sat Oct 07, 2017 8:08 pm

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Thanks bud I will make sure I explain how to use it, but thanks for the details I will use what you posted.


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4Who here like to wacky rig fish Empty Re: Who here like to wacky rig fish on Sun Oct 08, 2017 8:40 am

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you can pick up o rings for pennys on the dollar from any local hardware store in packs of 100 or more for $2  Smile  Also The Wacky rig can be tied into a ned rig as well  Jeff  only difference is we add a nail weight into the head of the bait and you still wacky rig the worm  Smile

5Who here like to wacky rig fish Empty Re: Who here like to wacky rig fish on Wed Nov 22, 2017 5:15 pm

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@Misfitdog wrote:you can pick up o rings for pennys on the dollar from any local hardware store in packs of 100 or more for $2  Smile  Also The Wacky rig can be tied into a ned rig as well  Jeff  only difference is we add a nail weight into the head of the bait and you still wacky rig the worm  Smile

That would be a Neko rig, not Ned. A poor mans nail weight works fine and is just that, a finishing nail. I keep a couple sizes with my plastics along with some real lead versions.

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