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Best Wacky Rig Hook

Omnia collects thousands of detailed fishing reports from anglers across the country to power our local recommendations. Here are the top Hooks recommendations for using the Wacky Rigs technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.

VMC Wacky Hook

$2.69 – $9.99

Reported by
Fish Whisperer

Crooked Lake (MN)

Fish Whisperer reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Wacky Rigs technique and VMC Wacky Hook on Crooked Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Fished for 3 hours, 7 Bass, 15" average"

Reported by
Scott Clark

Lake Olson (MN)

Scott Clark reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Wacky Rigs technique and VMC Wacky Hook on Lake Olson. Additional comments from this report: "Fish were on the docks and on the edges of the cabbage beds."

Reported by
Yakcaptn

Thole Lake (MN)

Yakcaptn reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Wacky Rigs technique and VMC Wacky Hook on Thole Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Work the points and shoreline using green pumpkin, watermelon red flake or purple 5" Senko style worm. Working very slowly throw it out wait and then wait some more and keep close eye on your line you see movement set the hook"

$2.69

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$2.69

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$2.69

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VMC Weedless Neko Hook

$5.29

Reported by
Rich Lindgren

Murphy Lake (MN)

Rich Lindgren reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Wacky Rigs technique and VMC Weedless Neko Hook on Murphy Lake. Additional comments from this report: "This lake appears to warm up quick & is ahead of other lakes in the metro. Water temps 65F. Few males guarding fry, but most of the fish seemed to be Post Spawn. Target wood surrounded by vegetation. Weedless wacky rig 5" Yum Dingers and pitch D-Bombs into the thicker clumps when required."

Reported by
SnowtaBass

Marion Lake (MN)

SnowtaBass reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Wacky Rigs technique and VMC Weedless Neko Hook on Marion Lake. Additional comments from this report: "The summer dock bite can be very good. Look for the docks with deeper water adjacent to them and ones that provide the most shade. Take a wacky rig or jig and skip it as far back as you can get it. The harder it is to get to the spot the better as those fish haven't seen as many baits. They will typically hit it on the fall or shortly after you begin your retrieve. This can be a fun way to fish shallow when the bite is on."

Reported by
Mark Charpentier

North Center Lake (MN)

Mark Charpentier reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Wacky Rigs technique and VMC Weedless Neko Hook on North Center Lake. Additional comments from this report: "The bass were thick in the lily pads. We caught them cast after cast. Did not see any on the beds. We would cast out and let the worm soak for a few seconds and a bass would pick it up. We caught many 12-14 inch bass and a few up to 3 pounds. I think there were a lot of fry guarders present. We have been catching some on inside weed edges in sandy areas also using wacky worms and ned rigs. We used 15 lb fluorocarbon for the wacky worms in the pads and 10 lb fluorocarbon for the ned rigs. "

VMC Neko Hook

$3.29 – $10.49

Reported by
Omnia Community Member

Ham Lake (MN)

Omnia Community Member reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Wacky Rigs technique and VMC Neko Hook on Ham Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Daughter turned 8 and wanted to catch a bass for her birthday. Wacky senkos along the bullrush produced a few bass, largest was 15" "

Reported by
Blake Tinsley

Lake Jane (MN)

Blake Tinsley reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Wacky Rigs technique and VMC Neko Hook on Lake Jane. Additional comments from this report: "All bass caught on a weightless wacky rigged Senko 5". All bass were caught East of ski Jump Multiple bass under almost every dock. Kayak fisherman can get back into the two smaller ponds on the very east end of lake, the very back pond has 5-6 docks and is fairly deep with stained water. I managed to catch 7 bass over two pounds off of one dock."

Reported by
Sean Richard

Schutz Lake (MN)

Sean Richard reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Wacky Rigs technique and VMC Neko Hook on Schutz Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Hitting on topwater and following up misses with a wacky worm"

$3.29

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$3.29

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$3.29

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