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Sabiki rigs are multi-hook jigging rigs for catching herring, smelt, alewife, shad and other small baitfish. Sabiki rigs vary in length depending on number of hooks, but generally, 10 inches of main line stretches between 4-inch drop lines. Swivels attach at each end of rig. One end of the sabiki rig is attached to a fishing rod. The other end of the sabiki should have a small weight attached. Jigs are either flashy skin-type or small skirts.
Several styles and sizes of sabiki rigs
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