Load your bait well quickly with these bait-catching Sabiki rigs from Offshore Angler™. You’ll enjoy spending more time fishing for big dolphin, mackerel, and whites than you will for baitfish. The Flash ‘N Fish Sabiki is a combination of feathers and fish skin designed to reflect light in deep murky waters. Each individual rig can be pulled out of the bag without opening the entire package. You'll love the convenience, and you're guaranteed to love the results. Rigged with 12 lb. line. 6 hook rig.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sworpthebiggin Great sabiki rigs
Nicest sabiki's I've found for super low price. Work great for catching skipjack herring!
April 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mickster worked well
Used for catching herring in the murky Hudson River,NY.
Rigs worked better than some others we tried! The herring seemed to like this color better than others!
I will be purchasing more for next season..
June 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Baja1Brad Catch your own Bait
Travel to Loreto twice a year, you can buy 15 Mackeral for $ 20 USD just outside of the Marina, or you can take 15 min. and catch your own with the
Sabiki Rigs ( think they should be called " Bait Jigs " Besides saving your money, it is a lot of fun catching th Mackeral
June 7, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by briankinley Excellent
This sabiki rig is alot less than the name brand ones but does the job well. We use them to catch live bait. I have had every hook loaded with bait fish with no break offs.
December 19, 2010
The larger number size is the larger hook the first few packs I ordered I bought the size 6 ans I expected them be like a normal size 6 hook and they were super tiny. I ordered more in the size 10 or 12 (can't remember and they were much bigger and more useful. I use them to catch skipjack herring
I purchased some offshore angler sabiki rigs and the #8 hooks are bigger than the #6 hooks. If they are american hooks then the #6 should be bigger then the #8. I want to purchase bigger hooks so I need to now if I need #10 or #4 hooks. Not sure if they are american or japan hooks. Thanks Brian
The larger the number size for the hook the bigger the hook. I order some size 6 thinking they would be a standard size 6 hook and they were really small. I then order the 3rd largest number up (10 or 12 I believe) and they were perfect. Also they have heavier leader line and branch line. These are great for catching skipjack herring
It shouldn't matter whether they are American or Japanese. The go by the same scale. The #4 hook should be bigger and the #10 should be smaller I use the #6 and #8 for skipjack and they run tru for the ones I have purchased.