A Sabiki rig is a number of small artificial flies attached on a line that is used to catch live baitfish. Some of these rigs are made with real fish skin to help attract the bait fish, or have beads that will also attract the bait. They can be used anywhere bait is around, off docks, piers, boats, jetties, even seawalls. When using these bait rigs though, use caution! These little flies have small, sharp hooks that fly all around when you bring it out of the water with live bait on it. To use a sabiki bait rig you attach it to a rod/reel put a lead on the bottom (the size of the lead depending on the current). You want a heavier lead if the current is moving fast to get the rig down where the bait is. Using a chum bag filled with chum over the side helps bring the bait up to catch. Once the bait hit the rig you will feel them pulling, you reel them up and use a de-hooker to put them in the bait well. The less contact you have with your bait the longer they will last! Capt. Harry’s has a verity of rigs from Hayabusa, Tsunami, Owner, Mustad, R & R, Boone.
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