3-Way Live Bait Rig
- Excellent Rig for Live Bait Rigs on Halibut and Stripers -
When fishing live bait the type of rig you use can mean the difference in landing a fish or losing it. The Pitbull Tackle 3-Way Live Bait Rig is one of the most versatile rigs we have created. Attach your weight to the bottom with the snap and rig your bait on the super-sharp octopus hook. This allows the weight to bounce along the bottom while your bait can drift suspended avoiding snags and letting the baitfish have room to swim freely, enticing hungry fish nearby. The single hook is a popular choice when using small baitfish; sometimes a double hook rig can cause too much stress on the live bait resulting in them not surviving for very long. This rig is also a popular choice for drifting dead bait for Stripers or Halibut. All Pitbull Tackle Rigs use premium super-sharp hooks and line size is carefully selected to be the strongest possible without compromising the functionality of the rig.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DHEP) and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
- Pitbull Tackle 3-Way Live Bait Rig
- Sizes: 4 Sizes (1/0 - 4/0)
- Specs: 48" Main - 12" Dropper - 30lb Leader
- Qty: 1pk
Simple, good quality and effective. Package arrived quickly and the rigs have been working great! Will buy again next season for sure.
Great product was able to land my PB halibut 23 lbs no problem,a must ready to go as soon as you take it out
Great tackle to have in the boat strong quality hooks. Brought home limits!
Great product. I use this while drifting live bait in the SF Bay. Xtra strong hook and good line. Would have been 5 stars if they offered an option for a smaller hook. A 1/0 hook is too big for a 3-4 in anchovy. A #1 or #2 hook would be better for smaller live bait. I’ve caught 20# halibut using a #2 hook. They just need to be good quality like PitBull uses. They’re “halibut rigs” with a treble and octopus hook are awesome too!