Best Neko Rig Line
Omnia collects thousands of detailed fishing reports from anglers across the country to power our local recommendations. Here are the top Line recommendations for using the Neko Rigs technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.
Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon
$26.99 – 137.99
Omnia Fishing reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Neko Rigs technique and Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon on Stockton Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Deep brush has been producing the bigger bites of late. Small window in the early morning with a topwater. Moving out to the deep brush piles with a Neko Rig works. I've been staying off the top of the piles and casting to them. Being vertical on them has been tougher lately, maybe due to fishing pressure. "
Sam Rayburn Reservoir (TX)
This report comes from my practice day for two Collegiate Bass Trail of Texas Tournaments on 03/09/22. I went out on the lake for the first time and 2 years and immediately noticed water temps on the main lake were in the 53-57 degree range and that the water clarity was about 2.5-3 feet of visibility around the lake, but that the further you went back into creeks and pockets the colder and more stained the water would become. I decided to start my morning in a very subtle ditch I found in a grass flat. The flat around the ditch was about 3-4 feet deep and the ditch was about 5-6 feet deep and had cleaner bottom which created edges in the vegetation along the flat, which was where the fish were positioned. Using neko rigs, my tournament partner and I were able to catch a good number of fish and pulled a small limit for around 12 pounds off of the spot before deciding to leave the area in hopes to return in the tournaments and catch more fish out of it. It was cloudy this day with a steady wind from the north and temperatures were in the 45-60 degree range throughout the day. I have included a picture of two of the bigger fish we caught out of this ditch that day.
Sunline Super FC Sniper
$19.99 – 138.99
Indian Lake (MN)
See Yang reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Neko Rigs technique and Sunline Super FC Sniper on Indian Lake. Additional comments from this report: "It was a great experience new lakes. Bass were caught mostly on points and along weed line. Was anchor in about 12 to 13 foot of water. neko rig a roboworm and it was on. "
Lake Pahoja (IA)
Ethan Zomermaand reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Neko Rigs technique and Sunline Super FC Sniper on Lake Pahoja. Additional comments from this report: "The bite was there, but I had to work for it. All of the quality fish caught were in shade, either from the shore or underneath the mat on the surface. Most fish were caught on the edge of the mat with a Neko rig and a chatter bait. I also missed a nice fish on a frog, but it was the only hit on topwater. "
Budd Lake (MI)
JerkBaitJerk reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Neko Rigs technique and Sunline Super FC Sniper on Budd Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Got 10 total slow day water was in the 50s wind was maybe 5-7 mph got a few on the edges of grass between 10-4 ft downm I had most of my bites dead sticking and giving it some twitches before id reel in."
Sufix 832 Braid
$9.99 – 109.99
Pleasant Creek Lake (IA)
We were fishing Neko Rigs in shallower water, from the bank. To work the Neko Rig, I cast it out, let it sink, give it a couple of hops, let it sink, and repeat.
Norfork Lake (AR, MO)
Omnia Fishing reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Neko Rigs technique and Sufix 832 Braid on Norfork Lake. Additional comments from this report: "We had most success side scanning small schools of shad. Almost verticaly dropping a Neko rig on them. Almost never marked the fish we caught. almost always got the bite on the fall. no need to fish the bait on the bottom very long."
St. Johns River (FL)
Dillon Lehnen reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Neko Rigs technique and Sufix 832 Braid on St. Johns River. Additional comments from this report: "Used the Bio Spawn PlasmaTail 6.5" for the first time yesterday and had great success. All my bites came on the walkways of the docks. The key in yesterdays tournament was fishing slow. With the shrimp running like they are in the St. John's I believe that slowing down my presentation was the key to last nights success. Normally when one thinks of fishing docks it's about the law of averages. The more docks you fish, eventually you're to get bit. But yesterday I focused on two stretches of docks that I knew were holding some fish and ended up fishing seven docks in three hours of fishing. All my bites came in 6 in. to 2 feet of water. When the tide is incoming, don't be afraid to go as shallow as your boat will allow you and fish each pylon. "
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Mark Charpentier reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Neko Rigs technique and Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon on Green Lake. Additional comments from this report: "The bass were on a coontail weed edge in 12-13 feet of water. I got more bites when I dipped the tail of worm in chartreuse dye. "