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Quality products for fishermen from Northwest Montana

JRW Fishing.com ~ Bait Rigs
 

Gang Hook Bait RigsWhether you are fishing for rainbow trout, smallmouth bass, walleye, or any other freshwater game fish, JRW fishing bait rigs are the best. These rigs started as trout fishing rigs, but we quickly realized that they were the perfect worm rigs for virtually any type of freswater game fish and/or fishing technique. There is absolutely no better way to hook a worm, leach, or synthetic fishing worm as bait when fishing. Our fish catching bait rigs allow you to rig a live worm in an outstretched and natural manner the way God (and the fish) intended, which will increase your bite rates dramatically.

Whether you are drift fishing in a river or stream, still fishing on the bottom of a lake or pond, or even fishing under a bobber with a live or synthetic fishing worms, there is no doubt that JRW fish catching bait rigs are as effective as fishing hooks get. Having a second hook means that you will hook all of those "short striking" fish that would otherwise steal your bait. With our fishing rigs not only does your worm appear more natural to the fish that you are trying to catch, but you will also hook up more often because of the second fishing hook. No matter how you slice it, JRW bait rigs are a must have for anyone who is fishing with any type of fishing worm, whether that worm is alive or synthetic.

Gang Hook Bait RigsFor A Limited Time get a FREE package of gang hooks for every order of 10+ packages that you order! For example, buy 10 packages of whatever size gang hook bait rigs and we will send you one extra package for free for a total of 11 in that size. Order 15, we'll send you 16 packages, etc. (which means that you get 1 pack FREE!)

Offer good for every 10+ packages of gang hooks purchased in the same configuration no mixing sizes.

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What? You don't believe us, just look at what some satisfied customers have said about our gang hook bait rigs: 

"I was happy to get the mail and see your envelope before the kids and I headed out to the lake where we've been fishing. If you remember, the kids AND I were getting a little frustrated with the well schooled fish out at the local lake. The past few trips only produced frowns and two dozen worms taken without ONE catch. NOT TODAY!  REALLY...  I rigged all of our lines with your gang hooks and it was like a circus! Within 45 minutes we each had 7 or 8 reel-ins each! Just wanted you to know...   Thanks again for the great service and product."

Rick Leventhal 
Butler, PA

"I didn't realize how much lighter line and smaller hooks meant to me actually hooking up.  Now that I use JRW Gang hooks I realize it and am much more successful.  Thanks for the fast shipping as well."

John Dwyer
Chicago, IL

"It never occurred to me that I wasn't presenting live worms in the most effective manner.  Now I know how to present my live worm thanks to your hooks.  Thanks a lot!"

Jessica Boone
Columbus, OH

 

Live Worm Rigs The Best Fishing Rigs For Hooking a Live Worm For Fishing

One of the simplest things to do on this planet is to hook a worm for fishing, yet in most instances fishermen go about doing this simple task in entirely the wrong way. Let's consider how it is that most anglers go about hooking a live worm for fishing. First, they attempt to thread the worm onto a single fishing hook, thus completely impaling a large portion of the worms body onto the shank of the hook. Second, the worm is wrapped around the shank of the hook or hooked over and over again, creating what is often referred to as a "worm ball". While both of these methods will catch fish, neither of them is as effective or efficient as they should be, and neither of them are very effective for large and more experienced fish.

More than twenty years ago I was introduced to a way of hooking a live worm for fishing that was not only simple and easy, it was also one of those things that makes you think to yourself, "Of course, why didn't I think of this." These fishing rigs were introduced to me by my best friends father, who tied them himself and used them as trout fishing rigs primarily when he drift fished for trout and smallmouth bass on the rivers and streams of Central Pennsylvania.

He called these live worm rigs gang hooks and they were (and still are) the best rigs for hooking a live worm that I have ever seen. The rig consisted of a pair of small fishing hooks that were tied back to back one a twelve to eighteen inch leader. The fishing rig was attached to the end of your line by using a small barrel swivel as the union and to this day these live worm rigs are the best way of hooking a worm for fishing that I have ever come across.

Ever since I was introduced to these unique fishing rigs more than two decades ago, they have been a part of my fishing repertoire anytime that worms are being used as bait. Gang hook live worm rigs can be used in virtually any fishing situation from drift fishing to fishing under a bobber or even when a live worm is being fished on a bottom rig. The larger version of these rigs are also great when fishing for larger species of fish such as steelhead, catfish, large and smallmouth bass, or any other freshwater fish species.

Bait Rigs ~ Quality products for fishermen from Northwest Montana