Rigs

Rigs – also known as terminal tackle. This is the gear at the end of the line including sinker, flashers, hooks, trace, and droppers. How to make your own.

Dunedin Wharves Salmon Fishing Rig – Otago – When, Where, How?

Dunedin Wharves Salmon Fishing Rig by Chris Dore Dunedin Wharves Salmon Fishing is really quite popular, with hundreds of people…

19/01/2020

Sabikis, Flashers & Flies – Fishing Around Wellington and Stewart Island

Sabikis, Flashers & Flies by Chris Wong Sabiki, flashers, flies, call them anything you want so long as you call…

15/01/2020

Pulley or Yoke Rig for Long Distance Casting on Shallow Beaches

Pulley or Yoke Rig (Clipped Down) Video Description: Yoke Rig. Use this surfcasting rig when casting as far a possible…

27/02/2019

High Performance Deepwater Groper Rig

High-Performance Deepwater Groper Rig by Allan Burgess Here is a 'high performance' groper rig for those who want a set up that…

03/10/2018

Tying Simple Fishing Rigs

How to tie fishing rigs Tying droppers in monofilament fishing line to form a sprat, surfcasting, or boat fishing rig…

17/05/2015

Fishing Flies on Spinning Gear using a D lead Rig Can be very Effective

Fishing Flies on Spinning Gear How to Fish the Fly and D lead rig on spinning gear Fishing flies on…

04/04/2015

Two Hook Rigs for Sea-run Trout, Salmon and Kahawai

Two Hook Rigs for Sea-run Trout, Salmon and Kahawai Two hook rigs Two hook rigs are very popular in Canterbury…

13/03/2015

Flasher Rigs or Sabiki Rigs – Three main advantages over bait

Flasher Rigs and Sabiki Rigs - Terminal Tackle With Allan Burgess In most situations, flasher rigs will totally out fish…

12/03/2015

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