5 Simple Fishing Rigs you must try!
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Fishing is a popular pastime enjoyed by people of all ages and backgrounds. However, many beginners find it challenging to choose the right rig for their fishing trip. There are numerous types of fishing rigs, each designed for specific fishing conditions and target species. Knowing when and how to use these different rigs is essential for successful fishing. In this article, we’ll explore some of the most popular types of fishing rigs and when to use them.
Long Cast Rig- Use this rig to cast your bait far distances. This rig is used to catch bigger predator fish that are further out.
Mini Sure Catch Rig- use this rig for small live baits such as shrimp, fiddler crabs, mud minnows. This is a rig that is used for free lining, bottom Carolina rigging or floating under a slip float.
Sure Catch Rig- use this for bigger baits such as live mullets/baitfish and cut baits. This is a fish finder bottom rig that is used for catching big predator fish.
Basic High Low Catch All Rig- use this rig to catch up to 2 fish at one time and to catch a wide variety of fish. This rig catches everything!
Premium High Low Catch All Rig w/ Floats: Catch 2 fish at once! The floats make this rig premium, as they look like coquina clams or the eggs in a sand flea, which makes it excellent for Pompano fishing, but also great for attracting fish in murky/low visibility water. The colored hand painted floats give you a bit of an edge to catch more fish.
Skipbiki Rig- This rig is commonly used for catching small bait fish such as sardines, anchovies, spot, croaker and herring. The rig consists of multiple hooks, usually between 4 and 10, that are spaced out along a main line with small pieces of colorful cloth or feather tied around them. These bright colors are intended to attract the attention of the baitfish. Our Skipbiki rig includes glow in the dark minnow shaped lures attached to each hook!
Fishing rigs are an essential part of every angler’s arsenal. Choosing the right rig for the conditions and target species is crucial for a successful fishing trip. Whether you’re fishing in freshwater or saltwater, there’s a rig that’s perfect for your needs. By understanding the different types of fishing rigs and when to use them, you’ll be better equipped to catch more fish and have a more enjoyable fishing experience. So, the next time you’re planning a fishing trip, take the time to research the best rig for your needs and you’ll be well on your way to a great day of fishing!
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