How to Tie a Snapper Rig and the Reedy’s Running Rig Snell Hook

Reedy’s Rigs is a top manufacturer of fishing equipment around Melbourne and Australia to target snapper and Mulloway. These are perfect for every fisherman and their highly popular fishing rigs such as the Snell Running Rig that can be rigged with the 187 Suicide Hook is used by professional fisherman as well as hobbyists with little to no knowledge of fishing. These come in three sizes; 4/0, 5/0, and 6/0.
Tying the Knot
How to tie a snapper rig will significantly increase your chance of improving your catch. This includes the hooks you need and other tips to help you catch a Port Phillip Bay Snapper. First, cut a meter and a half of 40lb leader. Weave it through the eye and make a loop. Grab this loop and make another until you get a figure eight. Take the end and twisted through that second loop about six to eight times. Lubricate the knot and pull the leader to snug down the knot. This is the popular union know which is one of the best knots you can use in fishing. Feed the second hook through but leave some room. This is called a quick snell, and you want to wrap the line around the hook until it’s nice and tight. Then run it back through the eyelet and pull it as close as you can. You can add a lumo bead or a size one ball sinker to finish it up.
Features

These snapper Snell hook rigs are prettied 40lb twin suicide  sharpened hooks. They have a chemically shared hook rigged on 40lb leader. This new rig features improvements for the past 2019 snapper season and today’s fisherman. The rig can enhance your chances of catching a red snapper with the induction of the 40lb (ca. 18 kg) leader. The Port Phillip Bay Charter Special Rig utilises this leader to get those strong bites and is strong enough to fish through the entire season. One of its exciting features is that they offer the octopus design with a straight shank. It gives an enhanced catch rate and is considered a great part of tackle and fishing needs.
Chemically Sharpened
Like other hooks by Reedy Rigs, these are also treated with a particular chemical to keep them sharpened. This process utilises an acid or chemical solution on the metal hooks to hone the end rather than other mechanical means. This allows a thinner point to hook the fish and a smaller barb size.
Teflon Coating Process
Like other hooks in the Reedy Rigs line, these hooks are Teflon coated to extend the life and overall performance. The coating also helped with enhancing the hook penetration abilities and provided a much lower amount of friction. This means that less force from the fish’s bite is needed for the hook to penetrate.
Fishing is a significant hobby or sport for many people around the world. Reedy Rigs offers excellent tackle to help fisherman improve their skills on the open water. Even if you’re only into it for the hobby, the right hook can always help increase your catch rate and enhance your satisfaction for the sport. The Reedy’s Rig Running Snell Hook will work for many of your fishing needs, and its superior performance is one you can trust.

 

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