A New Specialty Bait from Roboworm : The Ned Worm

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A New Specialty Bait from Roboworm : The Ned Worm

Postby Cal » Mon Feb 05, 2018 7:03 am

A New Specialty Bait from Roboworm : The Ned Worm

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Introduction: Soft plastic stick baits are in the midst of a revival thanks to the popularization of two weighting strategies to fish these baits. The strategies aren't really new per se, but have gained notoriety over the last few years. The most recent of these strategies involves fishing the stick baits on a specialized, mushroom shaped jig head. Yes, we are talking about the Ned Rig and the subject of today's review is a brand new worm poured by Roboworms titled, appropriately enough, the Ned Worm.

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Re: A New Specialty Bait from Roboworm : The Ned Worm

Postby BigG » Mon Feb 05, 2018 8:57 am

Great review, I need some of these. Should fit in well with my spring fishing.

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Re: A New Specialty Bait from Roboworm : The Ned Worm

Postby BRONZEBACK32 » Mon Feb 05, 2018 1:01 pm

I got a few packs of these, I haven't fished them yet due to winter :crying:

Did you fish them as a Ned worm, like 1/16oz or lower to see how they did?

When I use a ned rig I cast as far as possible and let it sink, once it hits bottom I just simply reel very slow back to the boat
and keep a bow in my line so the bait almost just drifts really slow back to me....


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