3' Chicken Rig, a basic bottom fishing rig used for surf fishing. Anglers who vertically bottom fish from boats and piers find these very useful. 3 pack.
3' Chicken Rig
Ideal for shallow or deep reefs, bridges, and piers.
- Duolock snap swivel
- Eagle Claw L197 hooks
- Sizes: 3/0 40lb test, 4/0 50lb test, 5/0 60lb test
Fish for Snapper, Porgy, or any other reef fish with this 3' Chicken Rig. Use when fishing for smaller species such as whiting and pompano.
You can use almost any kind of bait. It is a basic bottom fishing rig used for surf fishing. Anglers who vertically bottom fish from boats and piers find these very useful. Multiple baits can be set at varying depths which is this rig's advantage.
With circle hooks, you don't set the hook. Instead, begin reeling and the hook will find the corner of the fish's mouth. These hooks provide greater holding power with fewer drop-offs. Chicken Rigs bait well and are great for live bait.
Each Chicken Rig is rigged with a crane swivel for tying onto the main line. Duolock snap for attaching a weight, and 2 Eagle Claw L197 hooks.
- SALTWATER GRADE MATERIALS: Saltwater grade, corrosion-resistant black nickel finish barrel swivels, and snaps. Heavy-duty, black nickel finish circle hooks.
- STOCK UP: The more prepared you are for any fishing trip, the more enjoyable it will be. Don’t hesitate to take extras of everything. That includes your Chicken Rigs and terminal tackle as well as any other lures, baits, and attractants you need.
- CONVENIENCE: Save time. Pre-rigged and ready to go right out of the package.
RITE ANGLER PRODUCTS
Only the finest in raw materials and handmade craftsmanship goes into our chicken rigs. Pulling large fish to the surface can be a challenge and these rigs are designed to handle it. Satisfaction guaranteed. Superior quality products made by fishermen for fishermen!
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethlhexyl)phthalate (DEHP). Known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information go to: www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.