Bass Pro Shops Carolina Shortcut Rig

   

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1/2 oz.

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CSC12-3
  • $8.79

  • SKU: 899632

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3/4 oz.

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3

Model:
CSC34-3
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The Bass Pro Shops® Carolina Shortcut Rig comes with everything you need in one ready to use rig. Each Carolina Shortcut Rig includes weight, bead, and ticker to save loads of time and make Carolina rigging a breeze.

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Quick Carolina rig! Excellent quality components make this sensible rig a worthwhile investment. I keep several in my terminal box to cut wasted tying time on the water. June 3, 2014
For the lazy... Works as it is supposed to, Makes rigging Carolina style a breeze, saves the hassle of looking for each component separately. Could do with a heavier version for fishing deeper water but other than that works well. April 2, 2013
Time Savers Have used these for the past couple of years. Can't beat the price for the time that they save trying to do it yourself. Quick, easy, done. Get the heavier one's if your having trouble catching fish, that way if they won't bite using 'em at least you may knock them out. February 18, 2013
Carolina Shortcut Rig This rig works well. I would like to see a short cut rig using a egg weight as well. It would be nice to have a short cut rig using a 1/2 to 1 ounce egg weight to really drag the deeper ledges. February 4, 2013
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I leave it all put together and ready to fish
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Use it as is. Made to snap on and off.
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YOU NEED TO LOOK AT THE PRODUCT . ONE END YOU CAN DIRECTLY TIE TO THE LINE AND THE OTHER END TO A LEADER WITH YOUR BAIT PRESENTATION. GOOGLE CAROLINA RIG FOR ILLUSTRATIONS
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Use it with the wire in place. Secure one end to your reel line. On the other end tie on a leader, (I use the same line type) at least a foot long but longer is better. I use about 16". To the end of the leader attach your hook and plastic bait. The weight will go to the bottom and the bait will float up. Drag it slowly across the bottom. The strike is usually vicious !
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Just Tie your leader to one end and your main line to the other, Simple Simple.
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what is the diffrence between carolina rig and a texas rig
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A Carolina rig allows the soft plastic worm to be more active, as it has no weight directly against the lure. It will bounce around above the weight and can be a very effective alternative to Texas style.
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THE CAROLINA RIG USES A 36-40 INCH LEADER AND SWIVEL WHICH KEEPS THE WEIGHT AWAY FROM THE PLASTIC
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The plastic bait is rigged about the same way. The difference is using a weight tied to a stop , so it will rest on the bottom. Add a leader to the weight about 16" in length and rig the plastic bait to this leader. The weight will take the rig to the bottom and the leader will allow the bait to float up and suspend. Gets a lot of attention! Bass Pro offersa device called the carolina rig that lets you rig up quickly. Great product.!
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A Texas- Rig involves a barrel swivel maybe about 10 inches up the line, while a Carolina- Rig is further up the line and is fished differently. I know this did not answer your question completely, but it should get you started.
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The major difference between a C-rig and a T-rig is the placement of the weight in relation to the bait. Here are two articles discussing the specifics of each rig.
T-rig: http://www.basspro.com/webapp/wcs/s...
C-rig: http://www.basspro.com/webapp/wcs/s...
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