Sea fishing rigs

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Sea fishing rigs

Post by delboy » Wed Mar 13 2019 14:07

Can anyone reconmend a book of sea fishing rigs................it must have a lot of proper diagrams of rigs and the bits to make them and it must be cheap Thanks
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Post by Mike J » Wed Mar 13 2019 21:31

Hi Mick
Ive got a few books around somewhere, after the weekend I will look them out for you.

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Where you planning to fish and what species?

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Post by delboy » Thu Mar 14 2019 16:38

Thanks boy,Not going sea fishing yet,just want to use some of their rigs for my pike fishing,looked on you tube etc,but need to have it on a bit of paper in black and white so I can take it all in......Who knows,what with pike almost being extinct and if we do end up moving nearer the sea,might take up a bit of beach fishing,f**k the boat fishing though.
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Post by Alan_dalton » Thu Mar 14 2019 19:53

The fox one is cheap and is quite good, well for a beginner like me!

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Post by delboy » Thu Mar 14 2019 20:08

Thanks,think that one is about 12 quid on e.bay,need to know if its what iam looking for before I lay out 12 quid
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Post by Flipflopjoe » Thu Mar 14 2019 22:28

Alright mate, If you go on Planetseafishing.com and click on “rigs and traces”, there’s a whole online list of sea rigs with descriptions of how they work and how to tie them :thumbs:

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Post by delboy » Fri Mar 15 2019 15:52

Thanks boy.
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Post by somebloke » Yesterday 08:37

look on youtube no need for books these days.

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Post by OftenBlank » Yesterday 09:47

A lot of the local sea fishing lads buy their rigs in bulk ready made from the online places.

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Post by Mike J » Yesterday 11:07

Hi Mick
Sea rigs are basically beefed up freshwater styles or self-hooking systems involving grip leads.
The best bream rig is a Christmas tree of circle hooks baited with toughed bits of squid tentacle.
The most effective rig Ive borrowed from sea angling was a clipped down beach rig for distance fishing using strips of mackerel belly.
The live bait rig I use the most is modified paternoster using a Roberts bead and breakaway lead, simple but effective.

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Re: Sea fishing rigs

Post by delboy » Yesterday 11:30

somebloke wrote:
look on youtube no need for books these days.
Well I still need books boy,know what you mean thou
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Post by delboy » Yesterday 11:34

Mike J wrote:
Hi Mick

The most effective rig Ive borrowed from sea angling was a clipped down beach rig for distance fishing using strips of mackerel belly.


Thanks boy,thats the one I was looking to copy from them,that and the pulley rig looks interesting
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Post by somebloke » Today 17:33

Sorry if you were offended by my post.

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Post by delboy » Today 20:09

No problem boy,not offended,I just like to have things on paper,keep on posting. :thumbs:
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