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I recently bought a pack and love the action and durability. It works well on a lead head jig and have tried on the Neko rig got a few bites

main question would be has anybody had luck using a different way? If so, how? Details :)

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Using a ewg hook, rig them backward! I've used them by themself, as trailer on a jig,even a megastrike buzzbait. I use the 3&4 inch sizes. Also invest in a bottle of mendit,as these baits will tear easy. Having different colors and mendit,allows the creation of some fish catching baits! Taking the tail section and mendit to the body of a different color. Good luck sir.......

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Weightless backwards with a 4/0 EWG (the standard Hydra Fat Ika method)

and

1/0 circle hook through the transition from tentacles to body with a nail weight in the nose 

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I recently bought a pack and love the action and durability. It works well on a lead head jig and have tried on the Neko rig got a few bites

main question would be has anybody had luck using a different way? If so, how? Details :)

I liked these rigged as a drop shot bait in shallow water. Would fish it in 5-6 fow, cast it out and reel it back slowly and did quite well with it. Plan on doing more of the same this year.

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If you want to add some color & scent look into getting some JJ's Magic and dipping the skirt in the stuff.

 

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