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Thoughts on Sabiki rigs

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If there is bait around and the fish are biting on lures. no need to collec bait. If you see lots of bait and no fish biting, it would be a good time to try to collect some with a sabiki rig. If you don't explicitly see bait, but suspect it's around, it's a touch call whether to waste time trying to collect it. I've caught stripers in sabiki droppers and herring on spoons used as casting weights. :confused: By the way, a 7"+ sand eel will hit a sabiki rig. ;)

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I tried a sabiki rig yesterday in NoMoCo. There were a bunch of herring and/or shad flopping aroud just barely within casting range but could get a bite. I might have been using in wrong. Does anyone know proper sabiki technique in the surf?

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I tried a sabiki rig yesterday in NoMoCo. There were a bunch of herring and/or shad flopping aroud just barely within casting range but could get a bite. I might have been using in wrong. Does anyone know proper sabiki technique in the surf?

 

 

 

Just cast and jig it back in to you, I use anything from 1/4oz-1oz on the end to try and put it at the depth I think the fish are at hope this helps

 

Tobias

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