How To Fish The Ned Rig In Winter

Having trouble catching Bass this Winter? The Ned Rig is a great technique for cold water bass fishing! Matt explains how to fish the bait then walks through the gear , spinning rods, reels, etc… so you’re Winter Bass Fishing can be more fun!

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34 thoughts on “How To Fish The Ned Rig In Winter

  1. So I have some t.r.d.'s and some shroom heads but I didn't throw them hardly at all bc most places I fish have some form of vegetation. I want to give them a fair shot this upcoming year so I was thinking of maybe a 1/0 , 2/0 worm hook ( i.e. roboworm hook ) or a offset worm hook and the lightest bullet weight I can find and peg the weight about a 1/4" from the bait to allow it to float? Or should I go another route?

  2. I use the skirted mushroom head, and slap a paca chunk on it. SMALLIE KILLER!!!! Paca chunk works excellent with it, but I'm gonna try something that floats a bit more this season.

  3. Great videos…. Keep focused on providing great fishing instructions. It seems like too many Youtube "Fishing" gurus want to focus more on becoming entertainers versus producing fishing vids.

  4. Good video. Informative.
    Love me the Z-Man TRD 2.75” worms in green for Midwestern smallmouth & largemouth bass. Lighter is better. I really like Z-Man Jigs in 1/20 and 1/15 oz. weights for shore and stream fishing. 1/15, 1/10 and, if you really have to, 1/6 oz for boat fishing. Z-Man Jigs come crazy sharp and have a baitkeeper barb near the jig weight. Sharpen your hooks and retire your knots and you can get a whole day out of the bait. Use white braid (10#) with a flouralcarbon leader 6-8#) so you can line watch. For working in weeds, try Texas rigging by bending the jig hook to hide the hook in the bait.
    I stretch the plastic before using as this releases the salt or whatever. Bait becomes more deadly the older it gets.
    Do not mix Z-Man plastic with any other baits.
    Senkos make a 3” Fat that still rocks if you are looking for a sinking bait. You can always trim a 4” Senko too.
    Love your videos. Thank you.

  5. Thank you after watching this last night I remembered I had stored those z man trd in with my other plastics. Needless to say when I checked I had a mess and had to throw out other plastics as well and clean out my Plano. It is better though than to find out when I’m out on my boat this spring. Thanks again lesson learned and keep up your great work.

  6. Who the F dislikes this video??? Good stuff guys, keep it up. I’m going to try out some new techniques next year and the ned rig is one of them i have been holding off from for a while.

  7. Leery about fishing this open hook on the mud/detritus/brush bottoms here in Jawja…how would you recommend setting up the bait for those conditions? Is there a weedless alternative?

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