Tailor killer rig

Set  up a new rig for tailor fishing And tried it out today

Steve and myself hit the northern beaches at 4am, And as soon as the rigs hit the water it was smash ,And that happened till around 5.30.And thay went off the bite for a short whlie,  But came back on the bite around 30mins later

We picked up 6 good size tailor all over 45cm, And dropped around 12 to 14, And some of them were pulling line off the reel//SOME BIG FISH LOST

This new rig will be released soon And colin said he will try and get it in reeltime

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Photos comeing

Wed, 2009-11-11 10:05

As soon as my computer fixed

steve

 

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You are having too much fun

Wed, 2009-11-11 10:42

You are having too much fun on those Tailor Sherbs....wish I lived closer to the northern beaches for a morning session like that.

Cheers Pete

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I will pick you up if you bring some home brew Pete

Wed, 2009-11-11 10:48

Or even if you don't.

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Home brew at 4am and then to

Wed, 2009-11-11 11:33

Home brew at 4am and then to work....Hmmm, maybe in the NT, but not here.  In office random breath testing these daysYellInnocent

Arvo OK though.

Cheers Pete

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Lol I know what you mean Pete

Wed, 2009-11-11 11:41

I could see myself falling asleep on the rocks.

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Pete you are welcome

Wed, 2009-11-11 14:17

You look after us on the flatrock trip, But not counting the fire cracker TOSSER ALL OF YOU LOL

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wow that is awsome

Wed, 2009-11-11 19:18

wow that is awsome mate.

great tailor.

spewing but dropping the tailor tho.

cheers danno

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whats the great rig?

Fri, 2009-12-18 22:20

come on youve got us all waiting put us out of our mysery by the way good session fishing

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Circle hooks work any good

Sat, 2009-12-19 19:43

Circle hooks work any good on the tailor??

 thinking a 3 once spider sinker with a 2 foot long trace connected to a 3/0 circle might do the damage...

 

worth giving a go?

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Circle hooks are crap for

Mon, 2010-01-11 21:17

Circle hooks are crap for tailor because you sort of need to strike at tailor, i have tried circles and failed many times but i'm no gun tailor fisherman

 

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Tappered gang with a red snapper chem on the bottom?

Sat, 2009-12-19 20:49

2/0 for head, 4/0 for body, 3/0 for talish area and a 2/0 Red snapper on the end.

Worked magic for us.

Close, Hey hey!!! LOL

Waiting with mulie baited breath.

Neels

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so I am waiting to see this

Mon, 2010-01-11 16:48

so I am waiting to see this "killer rig" Please share the goss... Laughing

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with tailor i believe simpler is better

Mon, 2010-01-11 20:58

with tailor i believe simpler is better and one of those little black swivel clips that can have a high strenght rating tied to your mainline and clipped to a gang of 3 with no end treble, excellent in calmer weather  and if needed to sink alittle bit faster put a split shot on mainline, this is a baitcasting rig

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Why are gangs necessary?...

Tue, 2010-01-12 19:21

Why are gangs necessary?...

... can a single hook not sufice?

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3 Gangs = 3 Chances and its

Tue, 2010-01-12 19:52

3 Gangs = 3 Chances and its to do with the length of the bait.

No point putting a whole mulie on a single as chances are it will just get ripped straight off due to how soft they are.

With 3 hooks as they wittle the bait down they are more likely to hit a hook

It also keeps the bait straight and helps it no to spin allowing cast and retrieve AHHHH so many reasons why the gang is good!

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The last point James made about keeping the fish

Tue, 2010-01-12 20:00

in a straight line is probably the most important, particularly when you are bait casting.

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try repeatively casting a mulie on single hook

Wed, 2010-01-13 12:50

cost you a fortune