Over 100 fishing rigs available on this website
A fishing rig is anything attached to the end of a fishing line to attract and catch fish. It can be a single item or multiple items. For example, some of our rigs are as simple as a hook attached to monofilament leader material or as elaborate as wire with monofilament leader material, hooks, colored beads, quick change clevis, spinning blades, sleeves, floats and/or swivels attached. The components will vary for different fishing situations however, in both examples the resulting product is a fishing rig.
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Fishing Rigs for Surf, Pier and Bottom Fishing
Products designed to catch all types of bottom fish that feed from 0 to 48 inches off the bottom. Made for surf fishing, pier fishing, pond fishing, river fishing or boat fishing either horizontally or vertically. Many of these rigs are pre-made to collapse for easy storage and expand for fishing. Most of our products are adjustable in that they allow you to easily move components and change the colored beads and blades. We also have a Bottom Float Lure designed to fish directly on the bottom with a rigid tail hook that always floats upward. Check out our Bottom Bouncing Spinner Rig or our High Low Rig which is 100% adjustable or our Signature Rig or our Drop Shot Rig or our Jig Rig or our See/Saw Rig or our Basic Fishing Rigs or our Multi-Purpose Fishing Rig. Use the "Easy Selection Guide Map" above to see more product details for your application or our navigation bar.
Fishing Rigs for Bass and other Game Fish
Use these products to catch any gamefish (largemouth and smallmouth bass, perch, crappie, walleye, redfish, bluefish, striped bass, etc...) in the top and middle columns of fresh and saltwater. Includes 3 and 5 arm Castable Umbrella Rigs and Spinner Baits with interchangeable beads and blades. We also have a Bottom Float Lure designed to fish for game fish that feed near the bottom. This lure sits on the bottom with a rigid tail hook that always floats upward. Our Multi-Purpose Fishing Rigs have applications in all layers of the water column. Our Fly Fishing Rigs make it easy to troll flies or worms for popular game fish. Our Spider Rig is a four hook rig that's great for sitting on top of suspended fish. Use the "Easy Selection Guide Map" above to see more product details for your application or our navigation bar.
Fishing Rigs for Ice Fishing
Designed for ice fishing vertically in the bottom water column through ice holes 5 - 10 inches in diameter. Includes quick strike rigs and wire Dropshot rigs with fixed and adjustable hooks. We've also added a spearfishing decoy enhancer for Sturgeon fishing. Use the "Easy Selection Guide Map" above to see more product details for your application or our navigation bar.
Established in 2009, we're a fishing tackle company based in Maryland, USA. We design, test and manufacture high quality, easy fishing products for fresh and saltwater fishing in the spring, summer, fall and winter. Our favorite places to test product and produce video are located all along the Chesapeake Bay and any of it's tributaries. Simply put, we love catching fish and showing how you can catch more fish using our unique products.
Our Custom Rigs page is the result of special request from our customers all over the world. We have items on sale often and also offer bulk discounts on selected products. Our shipping structure is simple, a flat rate of $4.95 for any size order or free shipping on orders over $30. Our desire is to see recreational fishing passed down to the next generations, so we share as much knowledge as possible through education on this website. If you have a specific question, comment or just feed back feel free to Contact Us. Tight lines and easy fishing.
Fishing Question: After completing my payment, when can I expect to receive my order?
Answer: 90% of all orders placed before noon ship the same business day and will arrive within 2-3 business days. However, our advertised turnaround time is 2-7 business days. More Frequently Asked Questions
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-We have upgraded all spinner blades to nickel plated brass for superior corrosion resistance in freshwater and saltwater.
-Available now! 123 High Low fishing Rig. Bait arms are removable and adjustable to prevent tangles.
It's a game of inches and ounces. Regardless of the type of fishing you do, sometimes the difference between getting a strike or not can be found in making small adjustments. For example, increasing or decreasing your leader length or diameter will give your bait a different action. Adjusting the bait size may make it more or less attractive depending on the size and temperament of the fish your are targeting. A larger bait could deter smaller fish. Pumping your rod on the retrieve could impart more action to your bait presentation. Letting your bait sit still for just a few seconds more can make a fish less wary about striking. Changing the weight of the jig-head could make it stay in the strike zone longer when retrieving or vary the sink/bounce rate when jigging or bottom fishing. Bottom line, be willing to make adjustments up or down, plus or minus. More basic fishing tips provided by 123 Fishing Rigs.