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RIGGING BALLYHOO WITH LURES

 

Left to Right:

MC Standard Wide Range, MC Standard Stubby

Alien, Williamson cupped head, Williamson Flat Head,

Billy Bait Smoker

Here are a Views of The Finished Products

 

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Here are a Views of

 The Finished

Products

 

#1 The Snap Swivel Rig

 

 

The Snap Swivel Rig Allows You to Rig Many

Baits Before You Leave The Dock

 

The Ballyhoo Part

of the Snap Swivel Rig

 

 

 

I Make a Small Slice in the Ballyhoo

so the Circle Hook Slides Through Easily

 

This is How Ballyhoo Section of the Rig Looks

It can be Used Multiple Times

 

 

Here are Many Views of This Rig, Remember You Can Take One Skirts Out of Two Skirt Lures For a Different Look Too Not to Mention You Can Use Any Of These Rigs With Any Lure You Like

 

 

Remember to Either Crimp or Burn the Tag End so When Using Smaller Length Sleeves it has no Possibility of Pulling Through

 

#2 The Double Hook Rig

 

 The Double Hook Rig is Pretty Simple

 and Works Well With Lures That Have

 Short Heads Similar to That of the

 Front Hook Rig

 The Double Hook Rig can be Setup With a 0, 90 or 180 Degree Angle

 

 

 I Like the 90 Degree Angle

 

 

#3 The Front Hook Rig

 

 This Rig Needs Little Explanation, I Use a Permanent Piece of Mono for attaching the Ballyhoo

so I can Even Use Expensive Lures Without Losing Them

 

You can Even Leave the Swivel Out, Just Close the Small Leader Loop Over the Hook Bend

 

#4 The Plain & Simple Rig

 

Another Rig That Needs Little Explanation, I Poke a Very Small Hole in the Ballyhoo to Help the Circle Hook Pass Through