Brand New Circle Hook Rig With Double Glow Ultra Violet Squid & Ultra Violet Scent Tube
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This brand new, innovative halibut and bottom fishing rig was designed by the experts at halibut.net to catch more fish more often. This rig uses a 16/0 Mustad circle hook rigged with clear monofilament with either UV or Glow tubing over the monofilament. This new, patent pending technique magnifies the brightness of the UV & Glow tubing and creates a "neon-like" effect that attracts fish from farther away. A double glow ultra violet squid is rigged upside down to give the bait rig a more life-like look and feel. With the UV scent tube you can easily add your favorite scent to help create the most powerful, fish-attracting scent field on the bottom. This custom made rig comes with your choice of underwater light too. Choose the original glow body Trophy Torch or choose the white or UV water-activated mini light. For California halibut I suggest using either model of the water activated mini lights. These lights also work great when used with any other Pacific or California halibut fishing techinque!
Of course you will need to use good quality, fresh bait on the circle hook. Herring, squid, salmon parts, octopus, clams or any part of a bottomfish works well, as long as it is fresh bait. Note, your fresh bait can be previously frozen. Avoid "stinky" baits that have begun to rot or already rotted. The true test of a good bait is whether you would cook and eat it. If the answer is yes, it is good bait.
What should you put in your scent tube?
We suggest you put a small piece of Styrofoam or sponge in the tube before adding any scent or bait.
Top scents & baits for your scent tube.
1. Super Scent
2. Herring Oil
3. Fish pellets
4. Salmon eggs
5. Any of your favorite scents
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