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    Top lures at he Sabine

    Did anyone notice the neko setup that Takumi Ito was throwing...another Japanese bait to hit the US market
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    I'd like to know what rods he was using. That spinnerbait rod in the photo gallery looked wild.

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    Interesting. I’d try it.
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    Peace pipe......

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    I saw something like that or maybe that was the lure on a Japan sellers eBay list of items a couple weeks back. Thought it was just a gimic.

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    There was a wacky style worm that came out probably 30 years ago that was very similar, it was “T” shaped. Can’t remember who produced it, but something in my memory says that a guy named Cody Bird had his name affiliated with it. Think he was from Texas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwtlsu View Post
    I'd like to know what rods he was using. That spinnerbait rod in the photo gallery looked wild.
    Those are Norrie's Road Runner Rods:https://www.nories.com/eng/bass/rods.../original.html

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    #8
    With some superglue and some plastic worms a guy might be able to make one. One made out of Elaztech would be an interesting bait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by c rig View Post
    There was a wacky style worm that came out probably 30 years ago that was very similar, it was “T” shaped. Can’t remember who produced it, but something in my memory says that a guy named Cody Bird had his name affiliated with it. Think he was from Texas.
    Chompers made a senko style "T" worm. I have a bag somewhere but I'm not sure I ever actually tried them or not.


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    https://www.nories.com/bass/softbait...aku_t_san.html

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    #11
    Interesting

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    Thanks for sharing..

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    Here is an another Japanese best kept secret Neko-style bait.
    Hide-up "3pcs" 4-inch model.

    https://hideup.jp/product/3pcs4.php

    Both tail ends have pocket to insert glass rattles. Great crawfish imitating sounds and action.
    The best part of this bait is you can use any size Texas style weight. Ex. 1-once heavy weight to punch thick grass mat.

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    #14
    I still have some that Toledo Tackle made, never did catch much on them. They made them to be really weedless.

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    Kicker fish company made one of those wacky style T worms... pretty sure I have a pack laying around somewhere.. never used them, problably never will..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackdz1 View Post
    Those are Norrie's Road Runner Rods:https://www.nories.com/eng/bass/rods.../original.html
    Thanks!

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    I'm sure it will catch many fisherman