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Old 02-05-2007, 07:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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King rigs, How to keep them apart.

We do a lot of livebaiting with double treble rigs. I build and go through quite a few as they are often mangled during a fight. I bag them individually in cheap sandwich ziplocks in order to keep them from being all tangled. The bags can be reused as long as you stash them somewhere dry during the day.



I bundle them in groups of 10 with a light rubberband around the top.
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Old 02-06-2007, 02:41 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I used a section of foam pipe insulation and wraped them around it. Before I figured that out, I'd spend the night before the tourney/run making them all up then spend the next 2 days untangling them. Seems like you always make it through one king and be able to bait up the same rig and then a cuda would eat it and all you have left is a mangled slimey mess when you get it back. With the pipe insulation you can tie a new one on before you even unwrap it. After that, unroll it, put on your ribbon fish or mullet and off you go. Wish I had a picture, but I haven't fished for kings since the 1999 Greater Jax Kingfish Tourney....
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The baggie trick is great on all pre-made rigs!

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