Strip bait fishing produces results! Learn how to expertly rig strips like bonito, mullet, and squid with hooks, wire, mono, and skirts for wahoo, dolphin, sailfish, marlin, and more. See why strip baits catch more than ballyhoo and get rigging tips, tackle lists, and tests of how these lures swim. With this step-by-step guide, you'll look like a pro on your next fishing trip.
Bait Rigging - Strip Baits for Saltwater Fishing(01:13:41)
The In The Spread Rigging strip Baits video shares with you how to rig simple baits for wahoo, dolphin, sailfish, marlin, swords, kingfish, tuna and so many other species with our step by step process. If nothing else, strip bait fishing produces results! If you could only go fishing with one type of bait or lure, for any given species, it would have to be a strip bait. Do you know the difference between a tuna bait or a kingfish bait or a mahi bait when it comes to strip baits? Will an artificial help you when it comes to catching mahi mahi? Can you go faster with an artificial bait? It is easier to see out in your spread? Don't just find out the answer to these questions. Find out why!
- Seawitches (Dirty water? use brighter colors)
- Dawn patrol lures
- For a Kingfish rig or planer rig you will need Mylar lure
- Compact squid or squirt squid
- Rubber strip
- Fresh cut bonito strips white silver and black (depending on target species)
- Squid strips
- Panama bait (Great for Blue Marlin and swordfish... also called Bonita belly.
- Cigar Leads
- No. 6 Wire
- Soft Stainless
- Crimping tools
- Dykes (Concave Cutters)
- Flat pliers
- Bait knife
- Rigging Needle
- Pair of cutters
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