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Terminal Tackle Rigs
Deep Water Groper Fishing Rigs To get your gear down you need heavy sinkers and robust tackle to cope with the potentially big fish being targeted. Also it can take a long time to wind up from these depths. It is important to make your time on the water as productive as possible.
Deep Sea Rigs: Preparation When fishing at sea, and for fishing in general, it saves a great deal of fishing time if you prepare and store your fishing rigs ahead of time!
Flasher Rigs or Sabiki rigs In most situations flasher rigs will totally out fish bait! When targeting most New Zealand sea fish I have found flashers rigs, also called Sabiki rigs, to be at least as efficient as conventionally bait hooks.
Groper Rig Here is a 'high performance' deep sea groper rig for those who want a set up that can handle almost anything.
Searun Trout Double Lure Rigs for Searun Trout, Salmon and Kahawai .
Tying Dropper Rigs Tying droppers in monofilament fishing line to form a sprat, surfcasting, or boat fishing rig is an important skill for any angler to learn. Just follow a few easy steps and with a bit of practice you'll be proficient in no time flat.

 

 

 

 
 
 
 

 

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