UV Sabiki Squid Rig

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UV 2" Squid Sabiki Rigs

- Offering UV-Enhanced Rigs for Ultimate Baitfish Attraction -

Nothing beats dropping a live bait down to a school of active feeding fish. One of the easiest ways to catch baitfish in a hurry is with a Pitbull Tackle UV Squid Sabiki Rig. These rigs feature a main line with additional branching lines, each rigged with hooks wrapped in some sort of colored attractant. Each sabiki hook dances and glimmers in the water with minimal movement which resembles tiny plankton or bits of food that baitfish typically eat. The main line has a barrel swivel tied to the top of the rig to prevent line twists and a snap swivel tied to the bottom of the rig for a weight to be easily attached to. These Sabiki Squid Rigs are of the same design as our standard Pitbull Tackle UV Sabiki Rigs, however offer a slightly larger profile (2" squids) with heavier line, allowing anglers to fish for larger baitfish or with heavier weight.

The Pitbull Tackle UV Squid Sabiki Rigs feature the same proven sabiki design, but with UV and Glow enhancements which allows for the ultimate visibility underwater. To see the difference between UV and Glow-in-the-Dark click here. These enhancements paired with angler-approved colors make these rigs a must for any angler who is heading out to catch bait.

Check out our full line of Sabiki Rigs here!

How To Fish

Sabiki Rigs are very easy to fish. First, try and locate a school of baitfish. Typically, structure of some sort is a good place to start. Dock pilings, weed/grass lines, or underneath docks themselves all offer protection for schools of fish trying to avoid predators. Short casts and vertical drops are a good way to start fishing the sabiki rig once you are in an area where there should be bait. When you drop the sabiki rig into the water, lower it slowly. Slowly start jigging the rod and reeling the rig back in until a fish grabs a hold of a hook. Try not to jig the rod too aggressively as this can cause tangles and wraps in the rig itself. Once the first fish has bit, try and leave the sabiki rig in that area to let multiple other fish get hooked as well. If you get one bite, there is almost always many more fish in the area. If bites are harder to come by, try placing small bits of squid or shrimp on the hooks. This should attract even more fish in the area to come check out the sabiki rig. Make sure when using bait to not overload the hooks to where the hook point is blocked from actually hooking the fish.

The Pitbull Tackle UV Squid Sabiki Rigs are offered in the following sizes and colors:

#4 Hook, 2inch Squids - (30lb main line - 20lb dropper line)

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

Pitbull Tackle UV Sabiki Squid Rig
Colors (2): Sabiki Squids w/ Tinsel, Sabiki Squids
Squid Size: 2"
Quantity: 1pk


  • 5
    Bought 10 for a Guadalupe trip ...both sizes..passed them out to other passengers

    Posted by Michael Grieco on Oct 20th 2021

    A lot of mackerel for bait