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Each Offshore Angler™ Ready Rig is designed with a heavy-duty nylon coated 2 foot wire with a very-streamlined crimped barrel swivel and super-strong interlocking snaps on each end of the swivel. Comes rigged with an egg sinker, choose the size that best suits your fishing needs. 2 rigs per pack.
I used the 3/4 ounce rigs for some inshore fishing at the Texas Coast, and they served me well. I was fishing with some live shrimp under a popping cork, which usually did pretty well. I decided to switch to one of these, but I kept the shrimp on. My first cast out, I had a strike. Set the hook and soon after had a two pound sheepshead. It wasn't much, but I was a little discouraged until I started using this. The swivel works very well, and I like the steel wire leader, which proved useful when I was fishing a shipping channel for some black drum, dragging it over the rocks on the bottom. The egg weight also doesn't get hung up as easily as other casting weights.
Great rigs, and super cheap as well.
January 27, 2009
Can someone explain to me how to rig this? I assume barrel swivel goes to line...after that no clue. I mean do you attach another weight at the bottom? Where does the hook go. Sorry if sounds dumb but never seen anything like this. Thanks
WOW either everyone I know and myself have been doing it wrong all this time or you guys are way off. I have never seen or myself ever tied a knot to a snap!! If you do tie to the snap how are you attaching the hook? a whole other line? yeah right. Put your hook on the snap and tie the main line to the barrel you'll make out much better.
Yes, I have used this rig now for about 4 years. Works while standing in the surf with a 2/0 hook. Caught lots of Mackeral, Blues and ladyfish. All of these fish have sharp teeth abuse the heck out of my hook and this rig. Its simple to hook up and away you go.
Well, Kamuela, I couldn't tell you exactly what LB test these are, but they are made with steel leader wire, so they are at minimum 50 or 60 pound test, but they can probably hold upwards of 100 pounds. But even so, if you set your drag correctly, you should have no problem. And, again they are wire leader, so they will stand up to sharks and other fish with sharp teeth and they don't get cut up at all.
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