Catdaddy89 wrote:I just hate the mono, I do agree the pull through loop is a great feature. I can't stand mono because of it's kinking and tangling characteristics. Other than that I have no knock on Mojos design. If I were to build my own it would be a rig'em style cord with mojo design. I assumed when I read the original post this fellow was looking for a good store bought rig. I have given him my honest opinion in the matter. Sorry for making the ASSumption lol
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yeah, the mono does have some memory but I dont find it to be a problem. I store all my decoys with the lines clipped together but slacked pretty much all the decoys are in a pile in my sled. Then during the season and between hunts I hang them in my garage, and I have noticed that the Mojo rigs I have to have more memory than the SNL corp 400lb mono fishing line I have all my others rigged with.
No harm on assumption, I just didnt want the OP to think that he was getting a true Texas rig with the Rig 'em right, because on a true texas rig the weight will not slide. I was in awe with the Rig 'em right system the first time I used them because of the speed, then I got a doz. of the Mojo rigs and found the flaws of the Rig 'em right system. The Rig 'em right system is a decent system, but I just find it to be an annoyance to have to run my hand all the way down the line soaking my gloves to hook it on the gang clip.