Ryans Drift Baiting rigged squid!

Ryans Drift Baiting rigged squid!

My Drift Baiting squid rigged up!


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hey wats the best way to

Sat, 2007-07-21 10:32

hey wats the best way to snell a squid live? or is it better to kill the squid first then use it?

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Single hook!

Sat, 2007-07-21 10:44

If you want to use live squid then you can place a single hook in the top of the squid!

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Looks very similar to the

Sat, 2007-07-21 10:49

Looks very similar to the way I now rig up for drift baiting  
(I must have had a good teacher)

Three days without it and I get a little jumpy

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mmmmm   californian squid,

Sat, 2007-07-21 18:46

mmmmm   californian squid, the dhuies love em!

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what depth would that sinker

Wed, 2011-01-19 23:54

what depth would that sinker be able to easily reach is the currents are not running strong

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It just makes the squid look natural

Thu, 2011-01-20 06:20

 and Spess ial(random yes but the ones that get it will know)

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When conditions are right

Thu, 2011-01-20 07:07

When conditions are right down to 40m.  Got a nice 15kg Dhuie first time I used this in 34m.

Cheers Pete

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Driftbait Rig.

Thu, 2011-01-20 13:30

#4 Beans Sinker 30-35m (can use shallower)

#5 Beans Sinker 35-45m (can use deeper)

You can use a heavier weight than #5 if going deeper. Slower drifts are more ideal for the D/B rig. If the drift is too fast your better off reverting to patternoster rig or jig.

 

As Pete said, the results are good with this rig. A few pics from Ryans folder, these are when he started using driftbait squid in metro waters a while ago, he was very impressed with the result especially with dhu's.

 

Ryans shallowater Tworocks driftbait dhu,  caught i think in 10m-15m 

 

Ryans deeper Tworocks driftbait dhu,  caught in 40m 

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thanks heaps for that , alot

Thu, 2011-01-20 13:26

thanks heaps for that , alot of great advice , nice photos to ha. well done

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Ah

Thu, 2011-01-20 14:24

Ah that brings back some fond memories.

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