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Favorite Ned Trailers

  • mahtofire14
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    Mahtomedi, MN
    Posts: 7142
    #2127631

    I was a self admitted Ned Rig hater until last summer and fall when I really figured it out and had a great two months with it.

    I typically have the Big TRD on in the coppertreuse color, but I came across the Missile Ned Bombs and have been planning to use those. They look really good.

    What are you guys putting on your neds?

    Charles
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    Posts: 1368
    #2127632

    I like a little craw looking trailer.

    mahtofire14
    Participant
    Mahtomedi, MN
    Posts: 7142
    #2127655

    I’ve been thinking about using some unorthodox trailers on them. A tube is one of them. If I use a 2.5 inch I think I could get it to stand up which I think could be pretty deadly. There’s also a trailer that had hair on the top of the worm which looks interesting.

    https://rabidbaits.com/c-rabid-fox-tail-3-ned-rig-bait-for-freshwater-saltwater-fishing-6-pack/

    Have also been thinking the smaller fluke sizes would be really good too with that thin little tail wiggling around.

    Bearcat89
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    North branch, mn
    Posts: 10289
    #2127660

    Dragon tails.

    gimruis
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    Plymouth, MN
    Posts: 7795
    #2127663

    I like the Z man tube. Its about the smallest one available and since its made of Elaztech, the durability is incredible and its buoyant.

    mahtofire14
    Participant
    Mahtomedi, MN
    Posts: 7142
    #2127666

    I like the Z man tube. Its about the smallest one available and since its made of Elaztech, the durability is incredible and its buoyant.

    I hate Elaztech. Yes it’s durable but don’t think about changing colors or you’ll need a dremmel to get it off the hook.

    gimruis
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    Plymouth, MN
    Posts: 7795
    #2127691

    I hate Elaztech. Yes it’s durable but don’t think about changing colors or you’ll need a dremmel to get it off the hook.

    Lol but it lasts forever!

    FryDog62
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    Posts: 3319
    #2127694

    Had a lot of luck this past year with XZone Ned worms… outfished my TRD’s. Picked up the new Maxscent Lil’Trooper to try out this year..

    Craig Sery
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    Bloomington, MN
    Posts: 1036
    #2127695

    I use the Zman Ned heads and have no issues

    Aboxy17
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    Posts: 270
    #2127697

    Basically any Z-man is my go-to the TRD hogz outperformed any bait by far in the several bwca trips last year when going for smallies.

    brandmoney
    Participant
    Posts: 160
    #2127776

    Z-Man til the day I day. Finesse TRD is the classic, will switch to a Hula Stickz for a slightly larger profile though

    brandmoney
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    Posts: 160
    #2127778

    <div class=”d4p-bbt-quote-title”>gimruis wrote:</div>
    I like the Z man tube. Its about the smallest one available and since its made of Elaztech, the durability is incredible and its buoyant.

    I hate Elaztech. Yes it’s durable but don’t think about changing colors or you’ll need a dremmel to get it off the hook.

    Not really sure what ned heads you use, but in my experience I’ve never had difficulties just sliding them off the hook

    ssaamm
    Participant
    Pequot Lakes
    Posts: 595
    #2127854

    Sukoshi bug. Found at Dick’s of all places.

    tim hurley
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    Posts: 4270
    #2127856

    With floating worms I do better when the whole rig, ned or jig worm is up but diagonal not vertical-not sure if their is more natural subtle movement this way or of that profile looks more natural.

    ssaamm
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    Pequot Lakes
    Posts: 595
    #2127894

    It’s a challenge around weeds. Is that the case for you guys as well? I’d guess a rocky, clean bottom is better.

    mahtofire14
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    Mahtomedi, MN
    Posts: 7142
    #2133851

    Missile Ned bomb got the job done prefishing last night. I’m liking this trailer quite a bit.

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