Catfish rigs: How to tie a catfish rig

Catfish rigs: How to tie a catfish rig

The two most popular rigs to catch catfish are the rig and the slip rig also known as the carolina rig. Although both of these rigs can be fished in some of the same situations in certain conditions, each also has its own unique presantaion.

The Santee Rig Or Santee Cooper Rig For Catfish. Great way to rig for fishing on anchor or drift fishing.

The Santee Rig Or Santee Cooper Rig For Catfish. Great way to rig for fishing on anchor or drift fishing.

Catfish rigs don’t take much room because most of them are made on the spot from stuff we have on hand—hooks, line, sinkers and lead shot, perhaps swivels, and perhaps floats and float stops.

Catfish rigs don’t take much room because most of them are made on the spot from stuff we have on hand—hooks, line, sinkers and lead shot, perhaps swivels, and perhaps floats and float stops.

Zero Rig For Heavy Cover Catish and More [Catfish Rigs]

Zero Rig For Heavy Cover Catish and More [Catfish Rigs]

Simple catfish rigs also are easier to construct on the water when rigs are lost to snags or abraded leaders need replacing.

Simple catfish rigs also are easier to construct on the water when rigs are lost to snags or abraded leaders need replacing.

Catfish rigs don’t take much room because most of them are made on the spot from stuff we have on hand—hooks, line, sinkers and lead shot, perhaps swivels, and perhaps floats and float stops.

Catfish rigs don’t take much room because most of them are made on the spot from stuff we have on hand—hooks, line, sinkers and lead shot, perhaps swivels, and perhaps floats and float stops.

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