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Old 04-19-2015, 02:50 PM   #11
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Another tip if they are up top and you are spooning them with your weight (that's pretty rare as usually they don't care) throw past the school, close your bail and let the rig "swing" back into the school.
I have run into this a few times. Cause until now without a fish finder I could only ever fish for bait that I could see. Thanks
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Old 04-19-2015, 03:30 PM   #12
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When they're on top, clip a big bobber onto the swivel. Learned that down souf. Works wonders on ballyhoo.


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When they're on top, clip a big bobber onto the swivel. Learned that down souf. Works wonders on ballyhoo.


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Never crossed my mind! Thanks
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Looks like you've got lots of advice so try it all next time and see what works best for you. I'd like to add, bring a 1/2-1ft piece of pool noodle with you to wrap the rig around and stick all the hooks into it. It keeps things nice an reasonably organized and allows you to even reuse the sabiki next time if you rinse it with freshwater.

Though the main reason is when (NOT "if") you get dumped in the surf. Sabiki's have A LOT of hooks that you really don't need to be worrying about if you're in the water fighting with the waves knocking your kayak around.

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Old 04-21-2015, 01:23 PM   #15
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Thanks Alex. I've been tinkering with a way to keep them organized.
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Old 04-21-2015, 10:33 PM   #16
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Another really simple tip if your having a hard time catching bait fish with the sabiki is try tipping the hooks with little pieces of gulp shrimp, it works awesome if they don't want to eat.
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Or, whatever gulp is in the clearance bin. Them shrimp are valuable.


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Man, I'm glad I opened this one! Can't thank you guys enough.
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