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Old 07-08-2019, 10:03 PM   #1
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Default 3 Easy ways to rig for Saltwater Fishing (beginners)

In this video, I break down 3 easy ways to rig up for Saltwater fishing. I show how to tie a Carolina rig that keeps your bait at the bottom of the water column. A popping cork that keeps your bait in the middle of the water column. Last but not least, how to free-line baits so that they stay in the top water column and slowly drift down. I hope this helped any new saltwater anglers who needed advice on how to rig to fish! Let me know if you guys have any further questions.

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Old 07-08-2019, 10:17 PM   #2
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So if you want to rig a slip float, would you use a slip cork with a bobber stopper or would you use a bead and a sliding knot? I've found that both work, but the sliding knot is tough to tie. If I use a much higher lb test on the sliding knot it works ok on mono but braid is difficult.
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have y'all looked at the versamaxx bolt? looks like the easiest way to have an adjustable leader under a popping cork
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I’ve never looked at it, but I do wanna try one of those out soon
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