These three rigs catch fish all along the Gulf Coast, and tying them couldn't be easier. In this video, Marsh Man Masson walks you through the steps, so you can soon be fishing like a pro.
The double rig is popular across the Bayou State, where anglers use it to increase their efficiency. Not only does the rig frequently deliver two fish at a time, it also can be more attractive to single fish, who get their curiosity piqued by the passage of the first lure only to seal the deal when they see the second.
Drop-shots are fished mostly with live bait along the coast, and they provide an advantage over Carolina rigs by allowing the angler to pull the bait off the bottom, making it more visible to predators.
Carolina rigs are the go-to for most anglers fishing live bait in deep water. They're versatile and effective, especially when they're not too heavy or too light.
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