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2 1/2 inch floating mouse rat lure

2 1/2 inch floating mouse rat lure
Floating Mouse hardbait jointed bibbed lure to mimic natural swimming action 2 1/2 inch

PRICE: $6.49


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 Jan 15, 2003; 09:20PM - Zombie Rig
 Category:  Rigging techniques
 Author Name:  Wes Partain
Tip&Trick Description 1: I primarily use this rig for King Mackeral fishing on the East coast. The rig is very simple. When using a ribbon fish deep try attaching a single bait hook roughly 8-10 inches above the ribbon fish. This technique will provide more action to the dead ribbon fish and will also appear to the King Mackeral that the ribbon is attempting to feed on the live bait. All avid King Mackeral anglers know that a large king is more acceptable during a feed. I hope that this rig will help add an edge to everyone who fishes live bait for King Mackeral. The rig should be tied as described below:

30 - 50lb barrel swivel to haywire twist, 4 inch #6 leader wire, haywire twist to single bait hook (sz. preference), haywire twist 8 inch #6 wire, Hookup jig head 3/16, haywire twist to 3 or 4 hook stinger setup. No picture is provided due to the length of the rig. The small wire and hooks are not noticable when whole rig is in frame.

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