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Offshore Angler™ Spreader Bars

   

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36"

Squid

Model:
72300

36"

Mackerel

Model:
72310
Rig with a Daisy Chain for tuna or use as a teaser with natural or artificial baits. 1/8" stainless bar. 36" long.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Fish Attractor This spreader bar is great for rigging a look-a-like school of squid, ballyhoo, mullet, etc. It's strong & just the right size. All serious fisherman should have a few of these rigged & ready or on the boat ready for rigging April 12, 2011
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what is the weight

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Scotmac, the weight is not quite 2 ozs. I use the rig with three orang Hoochie trolls and put in the middle of my spread if I am fishing for blue fish. For stripers I put a 4 oz trolling weight on and slow my trolling speed as stripers do not like to chase their bait unless they have to.
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1/8" stainless bar. 36" long. There is no weight.
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The difference is the way the bait is hooked to the spreader bar. You can rig these any way you want. If you do not like the mackerel loops, take them off and re-rig with a duo lock snap.
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I found that either style works just the same. very successful
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