30 Pack of Paternoster Fishing Snapper Snatcher Fishing Rig witch Features
- Pack of 30 snapper rigs (snapper snatcher ) Pink 5/0
- Rigged on 60lb mono Strong leader
- Each rig is hand tied with strong knots
- at the end of each rig a heavy barrel swivel to Tie onto your main line
- Free shipping To anywhere in Australia
- loop on the end of each fishing rig to attach your sink
- two circle hooks with flasher embedded with lumo attracted material
- lumo Beads on each hook .
- Bait Rig / Lure Flasher Rig
- hook size 5/0
With this fishing rig pack you will receive 30 mixed rigs in all sizes & Colors .
Fishing Snapper Rigs & How to use The Flasher Rig
Snapper snatchers flasher rig pack for fishing snapper
Snapper Rigs and (snapper snatchers) Are a excellent choice when your fishing for big reds, it’s is really worth using a snapper flasher rig as it may just give you the edge in catching a big red. if your fishing from the beach or out in a boat, it is best to add bait & the natural looking lumo flasher rig moving up and down in the water will add to your chance’s of catching a fish. A chunk of pilchard is my favorite bait but all baits work very well squid ,fresh salmon ,tommy’s gar etc. Snapper rigs are great to fish from a pier or jetty but especially in the surf with the lumo flasher washing around in the water they really are a great option for salmon & tailor and any fish you may catch from the surf .if your bait comes loose in the water the flash washing around in the wave’s can double as a lure and we often catch fish with no bait on the hook .
Where We Fish the Snapper Snatcher Rig
We personally used and tested the rigs in Melbourne Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, but we have had excellent feedback from Brisbane’s Morten Bay, and we have also had many fishing reports from Sydney Snapper scene on the New South Wales coastline. Shark Bay has reported some great Snapper catches over in the west. We have sold many to Northern Territory, and down in Tasmania they are selling as well. There has also been good reports from Western Port, Victoria and Adelaide’s St. Vincent’s Gulf, South Australia.