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What’s the Difference Between a Texas Rig and a Carolina Rig?

July 6, 2013 6:44 am0 commentsViews: 4871

What’s the Difference Between a Texas Rig and a Carolina Rig?

Bobberhead Bob  was confused at first about the Carolina rig, thinking it was a different way to hook a plastic worm than the Texas rig.  However, you usually hook your bait Texas Rig style when setting up a Carolina Rig.

The difference is the use of a leader, swivel, bead and sinker.  Tying a Carolina rig, which is used to fish on the bottom, means using a bead to protect the knot after letting the weight slide up and down the line. Discover how Carolina rigs are good for finding structures on the bottom with help from a professional bass fisherman in this free video on Carolina rig fishing line.

Expert: Ron Colby
Contact: baits.com/
Bio: Ron Colby is a professional bass fisherman, has qualified for the Bass Master Classic and has won two B.A.S.S. Western Divisionals.
Filmmaker: Mike Phillips

Carolina Rig

Image credit: alaskafishingtoday.com

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