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Old 10-05-2010, 03:22 PM   #1
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I was just wondering what kind of rig is used by most people targeting ARS
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Old 10-05-2010, 03:32 PM   #3
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Rig? As in how?
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sorry at least 1 1/2 0z lead sinker tied about 2 1/2 ft up the leader circle hook start on bottom and come up 2-3 ft every 2 min or so if you dont get a bite or you find the water they are holding in cigar minnows whole at first till they start to bite then cut them in 1/3 I use 80 lb brade
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Sorry hooks ,weight, leader single hook ,double hook
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Rig? As in how?
Really?

Spinners with braided line 30lb+, long 30 lb floro leader (no swivel), small strong circle hook. Lots of chum in the water till the snappers come up. Small piece of chum on the hook, natural drift back = big snappers. Lots more mangroves caught this way as well.
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I was asking what he ment by RIG, thought he ment terminal.
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