Carolina Rig Floating Rig Float Rig Bouncer

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Carolina Rig Floating Rig Float Rig Bouncer
LEARN TO RIG!
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36” Leader
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Bouncer
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Float Rig
Floating Rig
1 Attach bobber to line on the top and bottom.
Adjust the depth of the bobber by sliding it up and down the line.
2 Tie the night crawler harness to the line attaching
it to the barrel swivel.
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Attach the float to the line by running it through both ends of the float. You made need
to adjust how high or low you want the float depending on the depth you want to fish.
2 Tie a long shank bream hook or bait holder hook to the
end of the line.
3 Slide a Gulp!® minnow onto the hook.
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Carolina Rig
1 Slide the walking sinker onto your line.
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Thread egg sinker on the line, followed by a florescent bead.
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Tie the line to the barrel swivel and pre-tied leader.
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Tie a j-hook or treble hook bait with your Gulp!® Catfish Chunk to the end of the line.
3 Crimp a split shot weight onto the line a few inches above the hook.
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Thread a Gulp!® shrimp or jerk shad onto the hook as shown.
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Crimp a split shot six inches above the hook.
4 Attach a cricket, worm, or minnow to the end of the hook.
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Cricket
Worm
Minnow
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LEARN TO RIG!
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Knot Tying
Jig Head
Texas Rig
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Thread the bullet weight onto the line. Then tie the hook to the line.
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Insert the hook into the nose end of the PowerBait®, power grub.
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Insert hook into nose of PowerBait® Shaky Worm or Power® Lizard.
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Thread the bait onto the hook. When the hook reaches the middle
of the bait, push the end of the hook out of the bait.
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Pull hook through body, rotate hook and embed the point.
Slide the bait towards the head of the jig.
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Rigged bait should be straight, with hook point at the surface.
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Wacky Rig
1 Bend PowerBait®, Shaky Worm in half to find the center.
2 Hook the worm all the way through the body as shown in the picture above.
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