In Bass fishing, the Peggy Neko is also referred to the Neko Rig. More and more Bass fishermen are finding success with this alternative to wacky worm or flick shake jig. This technique is typically used with a wacky worm type bait. The Peggy Neko is pushed into the flatter side of the bait and can be secured with super glue on the shank as it is being pushed in. The hook is usually placed anywhere from the midpoint to the end of the bait opposite of the Peggy Neko. The weight keeps the end of the bait down, slowly lifting the rod tip picks the bait up. This is a motion giant Bass can't resist. This is a very effective technique for Bass fishing from early Spring to late Fall.
Here is a link about the Neko Rig.
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