Fishing Rigs, Easy Fishing Rigs, Bass Fishing Rigs, Surf Fishing Rigs, Pier Fishing Rigs, Ice Fishing Rigs Contact Us PayPal View Cart Twitter Facebook YouTube Pinterest Site Search

Fishing Rigs for freshwater and saltwater fishing in the USA.

pier fishing, surf fishing, bass fishing, bottom fishing, boat fishing and ice fishing selection guide fish species, crappie, bass, walleye, perch, redfish, catfish, bonefish ice fishing rigs beginner fishing rigs, kids fishing rigs, fishing camp boat fishing rigs pier fishing rigs fishing license surf fishing rigs ocean kayak fishing rigs pond and lake fishing rigs stream fshing rigs, river fishing rigs, fly fishing rigs 123 Fishing Rigs Comments river fishing rigs, kayak fishing rigs jetty fishing rigs fishing gift fishing tips, how to catch fish

Step 1: Click any link on the above map to see product recommendations or use navigation bar above the map.

Basic Fishing Tip #3

Safety First. While fishing can be very fun and enjoyable, it can also be dangerous. If you're careful, the rewards will far outweigh the risk, so safety is a basic fundamental. One universal component of fishing is the fish hook. Hooks were designed to easily pierce any soft object and hold on. We prefer that they penetrate the mouth of the fish, but they can also grab clothing, nets, dock line and you if you're not careful. The more hooks you have, the greater the danger. Be careful, most hooking accidents happen when casting or when a hook has not been secured before or after a catch. A fishermen also needs a sharp knife to cut bait or to clean the day's catch. When not using your knife it should always be stored in a safe place. A fish's teeth, fins and gill plates can also be very sharp, dead or alive. Know how to handle the species your targeting. It's good to consider the fishing rod as an extension of the fisherman, so leave plenty of room for casting so as not to put others in harms way. If you have young anglers with you keep a close eye on them. Teach them to be safe. An injury can ruin the day and spoil any future desires to fish. When preparing for your next fishing trip, be sure to include a First Aid Kit and know how to use it.

Fishing from a boat requires added safety since you are actually on the water. Know the rules of safe boating and watch the weather carefully. When you decide to fish from a boat make sure you tell someone your float plans just in case something happens and they have to look for you. Life jackets are a must. There are a variety of types available, some are more comfortable than others. Foam life jackets are the most reliable but tend to be bulky and will retain body heat. Suspender type life jackets are very light and comfortable. They inflate by means of a CO2 cartrige triggered either manually or automatically when an angler falls into the water. In the event of an emergency you will need a means of communication so you can talk with other boaters, someone on land or the coast guard if necessary. Of course a cell phone is a must but a good back-up is a marine (VHF) radio, either handheld or permanently mounted. Get familiar with the rules of usage before you go on the water.

Read more basic fishing tips provided by 123 Fishing Rigs.

Various Quick Catch Videos: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35

Fishing Rig Product Application Summary

Surf, Pier and Bottom Fishing Rigs:

Products designed to catch all types of bottom fish that feed from 0 to 15 inches off the bottom. Made for surf fishing, pier fishing, pond fishing, river fishing or boat fishing either horizontally or vertically. 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 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. Our See/Saw Rig is designed to maximize bait action while drift fishing. Use the "Easy Selection Guide Map" above to see more product details for your application or our navigation bar.

Bass and Game Fishing Rigs:

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 on the bottom. The lure sits on the bottom with a rigid tail hook that always floats upward. Use the "Easy Selection Guide Map" above to see more product details for your application or our navigation bar.

Ice Fishing Rigs:

Designed for ice fishing vertically in the bottom water column through ice holes 5 - 10 inches in diameter. Includes spreader 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.

's Featured Fishing Product

Pro - Staffer's Choice

123 Signature Bottom Fishing Rig
6" Height with 5" Arms

Signature fishing rig

This rig puts baits as close to the bottom as possible. Leaders are attached to the center leg and threaded through the bait arms to make the leaders rig-opposed. This means the baits are always separated but still provides good action while minimizing tangles. (See animated video) Great for any vertical fishing situation as well long casting in low snag areas such as sand and surf. Collapses for linear storage when leaders are removed.


See more unique bottom fishing products

Best Features, Best Options, Best Value, Best Pricing and Best Shipping for the Best Fishing.

Bottom Fishing Rig Bottom Fishing Rig Bass Fishing Rig Bottom Fishing Rig Bass Fishing Rig Game Fishing Rig Game Fishing Rig

Made in the U.S.A
Copyright 2009 - 2014

Privacy Policy: We use PayPal as a processing agent for all payments received, therefore 123 Fishing Rig staff members can never see or access any of your payment information. We use your name, address, telephone number and email only to complete your order and to answer any questions your may have. We do not share any of your information with outside parties nor do we sell any of your information to outside parties. We do not use email addresses for mailing list unless you have subscribed to this service. Any user can unsubscribe to the mailing list service by sending us an email using the contact us link in the top right corner of our webpage. We use non-identifying, aggregate information to improve our products, services and website. To prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy, and ensure the correct use of information, we have put in place appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online.