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BAIT FISHING FROM A BOAT - What Rigs Should I Use ??

Discussion in 'Sea Fishing Forum - Shore, Boat & Kayak Fishing' started by cassshantia, Apr 17, 2009.

  1. cassshantia

    cassshantia part timer but enjoy every minute

    what is your favourite method of bait fishing when the water is murcky ?
    i have used baited pirks mostly as i found this much easier to pull away from snags,and im not quite there yet with the experience for complicated rigs ,as i did mostly charter fishing and the worst thing is for some numpty to release a load of line to tangle you up with
    have you any ideas what i can use when off on our own and not worry about snagging your mate
    thanks
     
  2. Baramundi Bob

    Baramundi Bob Super Leeds United !!!

    Re: bait fishing

    I copy killers rigs which are about the simplest you will ever see. I had my 20 pounder on one the other week, Ive also had Ling to around the 30lb mark. Forget all these fancy boom rigs you see in the mags, they are for tackle tarts.

    He uses a length of 100 lb+ mono. Tie a loop in the line. The loop should be about 6 - 8 inch long. He puts the loop through the eye of a 7o oshaugnessey and passes it over the hook. This attaches the hook to the loop which acts as the snood. About a foot below the loop goes your lead. Tie the lead straight on - no swivels needed. About a foot above the loop he attaches the trace to your mainline with a swivel. Ill try draw a picture for you.

    That's it - Game On.
     
  3. cassshantia

    cassshantia part timer but enjoy every minute

    Re: bait fishing

    a pic would be good ta
    glenn
     
  4. bowesy

    bowesy Blenny

    Re: bait fishing

    ya better draw a pic glen hes not the brightest lamp in the street!!! ha ha
     
  5. cassshantia

    cassshantia part timer but enjoy every minute

    Re: bait fishing

    fof to the valley of the puffs
     
  6. Supersonic

    Supersonic Whitby Bass Club

    Re: bait fishing

    I was just thinking how to explain this lol it's exactly the same as me - but me being me I put an extra loop and therefore snood on. Worked a treat the other day, Aid got his three timer on this very rig with a shad and leader clipped onto the weight as well :happy:
     
  7. Baramundi Bob

    Baramundi Bob Super Leeds United !!!

    Re: bait fishing

    And Im no Van Gaugh - This should be a laugh :laugh: :laugh:
     
  8. Baramundi Bob

    Baramundi Bob Super Leeds United !!!

    Ok Don't Laugh.

    [​IMG]
     
  9. newdave

    newdave Guest

    nice picture :yes:
    so now for a daft question Glenn

    no rotten bottom or weak link what happens when you come tight ? dont you loose half your line ?
     
  10. cassshantia

    cassshantia part timer but enjoy every minute

    thats ok that glenn thats what i had in mind but i thought with the loop been like that it would twist and snag twist and snag(song in there somewhere)
    cheers for the info tight lines
     
  11. Wildcard

    Wildcard Hartlepool Marina - Simply The Best

    Glenn is a top fisherman no doubt, but there is a big problem with this rig from a boat.

    Alan
     
  12. bigcod

    bigcod Rockling

    Go on alan it hasnt got any bait on the hook.
     
  13. Wildcard

    Wildcard Hartlepool Marina - Simply The Best

    Neap tides fishing in water less than 30m maybe....

    Alan
     
  14. harrythecod

    harrythecod Rockling

    yep i can handle that :wink: seems strait forward to me if you get snagged in the wreck more offten than not you loose the lot any way :whistle: just tie a new swivell to your main line and clip on your new rig,of wich you will have at least ten made up if you prepare properly :yes: looks good to me :cool:
     
  15. bigcod

    bigcod Rockling

    I dont even have a barrell swivell i just have a loop which clips straight onto my snap swivell on my main line simple rig less snags but very affective eveybody has there own way of doing things but i like to keep it simple.

    paul.
     
  16. harrythecod

    harrythecod Rockling

     
  17. ohmycod

    ohmycod New Member

    That is one hell of a drawing of a bell lead! Looks almost like a photograph.
     
  18. eto

    eto Whitby Fishing Forum _ Simply The Best

    Hi All

    Must admit that's one helllllllllll of a drawing (as that Norski geaser said when his team beat England all those years ago!).
    He's some boy that B B feller!
    Even etched in the makers name on the lead - now that's SKILL.
    Give that man a Blue Peter Badge.

    eto
     
  19. Patterdale

    Patterdale New Member

    Nice picture Glenn and a simple rig too.

    My only question to that would be what if your weight got snagged, as

    previously said would'nt you lose your main line as well.

    Dont fancy losing my braid reel line each time I snag on the bottom,

    I use similar only with a 25lb 3"rottom bottom to attach my weight to.

    Worked a few times last week when only the weight/hook length snapped

    and i got my trace line back.

    Weights hooks i can afford to lose, but not braid each time.

    My thoughts anyway whats your on this method.

    Doug
     
  20. steveevo

    steveevo Whitby Fishing Forum _ Simply The Best

    i was out wiv bigcod last week and thats exactly wat he used like he said its simlple. and very fast to re-rig up if u run out, no need for swivels, and ithink he got snagged once all day, and had a fish on the end wen he pulled it up lucky b*stard :educated:
     

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