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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.

Sunline Super FC Sniper

$21.99 – $138.99

Reported by
Omnia Community Member

Devoe Lake (MI)

Omnia Community Member reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Neko Rigs technique and Sunline Super FC Sniper on Devoe Lake. Additional comments from this report: "This day was better than the previous outing. Went from 12-9. The first couple hours we had bites but nothing would commit to what we had on. Switched to fishing ledges and brush piles and started pulling them. Neko rigged ms craw, they wanted it near bottom and slow. Mushi bug they wanted free rigged and again on bottom. But did not care if it was slow or fast. The dinks were typically in the Lilly pads. While the bigger bass were right outside of them or on the ledges and drop offs. They wanted nothing to do with lipless or topwater The north section was our most productive. Went from group of Lilly pads to Lilly pads pulling fish from each one."

Reported by
Andrew Honsey

Lake Nettie (MI)

Andrew Honsey reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Neko Rigs technique and Sunline Super FC Sniper on Lake Nettie. Additional comments from this report: "5/27/2022. Cloudy skies, winds 5-15 mph out of the NE, air temperatures in the 50s. Last day of a multi-day cold front. This was my first time fishing this lake, and I was surprised to see that the water temp was 64-66 degrees F. The largemouth were mostly postspawn apart from a few small ones still on beds. I caught a handful on a chatterbait and one on a jig, but most of my fish came on a Neko rig. Tried some deep cranking and caught a couple pike, but no bass. Didn't catch any bass over 2.5 lbs. I'm excited to go back later this summer when the vegetation has grown up a bit and the bite is less finicky. Cheers."

Reported by
Richard Carbon

Lake Hartwell (GA, SC)

Richard Carbon reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Neko Rigs technique and Sunline Super FC Sniper on Lake Hartwell. Additional comments from this report: "Fished points early for spotted bass with a #5 shadrap in Caribbean shad. Once sun was high moved to docks and laydowns for largemouth bite. Fish had spawned only caught bucks saw lots of small fry up shallow mid lake. "

Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon

$26.99 – $137.99

Reported by
Mark Charpentier

Green Lake (48) (MN)

Mark Charpentier reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Neko Rigs technique and Seaguar InvizX 100% Fluorocarbon on Green Lake (48). 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. "

Reported by
Omnia Fishing

Stockton Lake

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. "

Reported by
Tristan White

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.

Sufix 832 Braid

$16.99 – $115.99

Reported by
Laramie

Pleasant Creek Lake (IA)

Laramie reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Neko Rigs technique and Sufix 832 Braid on Pleasant Creek Lake. Additional comments from this report: "We we’re fishing from the shore and I was using a Neko rig. I cast it out to the flooded brush/brush piles and let it sink, watching my line on the way down in case a fish took it on the fall. I then hopped it and repeated the process. I caught two bass, one of which was a really decent 3 lb. 8 oz.!! I hope this helps!! "

Reported by
NoFroFishing

Wells Lake (FL)

NoFroFishing reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Neko Rigs technique and Sufix 832 Braid on Wells Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Quick couple cast in between thunderstorms before lighting ran me off. Bass were actively hunting in the shallow. "

Reported by
Outdoor Fiends

Buffalo Lake (MN)

Outdoor Fiends reported catching Smallmouth Bass using the Neko Rigs technique and Sufix 832 Braid on Buffalo Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Fishing docks on the back side of weeds with a jig worm. Small twitches to work it slow covering all area of the dock."

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