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Rigs and tips

Featured Articles
  • A short piece of garden hose can become safe storage for your SeaWitch lures. Read More
  • Clutter is everywhere, but it doesn't have to be on your outrigger halyard. Most outrigger clips come with stainless-steel loops or rings at each end for attaching to your outrigger halyard. This requires that your halyard have a set of snaps to attach to these rings. To prevent twists, most people choose snaps with swivels attached. These snap swivels must be crimped onto the halyard monofilament with an aluminum sleeve. Read More
  • Shorten the length of your main lure's leader to avoid losing strikes to a bird teaser. Read More
  • Here's a cheap alternative to the standard Barracuda lure. Read More
  • This is an easy way to remove corrosion from metal swivels and hooks. Read More
  • How many times have you picked up a big outfit with a fish screaming off line, and headed for the chair, only to get there and struggle with getting the rod butt into the chair gimbal? At this moment, you don't have time to fuss with a free-swinging gimbal that keeps jumping out of the way before the rod butt has a chance to lock in place. Read More
  • A properly rigged flying fish can substitute when kite bait run out. Read More
  • Venezuela offers a new twist on the standard Bimini knot. Read More
  • Modified plastic vials will tame the trailing hook of a tandem rig. Read More
  • Bungee chords are the asnswer to safety chains that drag on the street. Read More
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