Hayabusa Fishing’s Sabiki D115E – Feather & Yarn Mackerel Fish Skin exhibits all of the required characteristics that directly contribute to an effective saltwater fishing rig. These feature 6 hooks with fluorescent beads and fish skin. The #15 size and color is ideal for goggle eye bait fishing.
Warning! Your Cookies seem to be disabled. Our website requires Cookies to be turned on in order for the login, cart and checkout functions to work. If your Cookies are enabled and you continue to see this error, then there is likely an error with your Cookies. Please clear your Cookies cache to resolve this error.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Coastal fishermen who know quality fishing rigs from inferior fishing rigs appreciate Hayabusa Fishing’s finely tuned, exceptional Sabiki® saltwater fishing rigs. Experience the Hayabusa Fishing Advantage today when you purchase the Sabiki® D115E – Feather & Yarn Mackerel Fish Skin! Hayabusa Fishing, The Pride of Japan, is recognized for its innovation evident in both the freshwater fishing hooks and saltwater fishing hooks, and the Sabiki® rigs are among the most popular products in the Hayabusa product catalog. See more See less
Where to Use a Sabiki Rig
Since you are targeting live bait, you need to go where schools of bait fish congregate, which is usually around structure of some sort. Navigational towers, channel markers, buoys, the base of bridges, jetties, the edges of mangroves, grass flats (pinfish), shorelines, and even floating debris are great places to find schools of bait fish.
When bait catching offshore or in cooler waters where bait are lower in the water column, a sabiki rig beats a cast net hands down. When bait catching over a natural or artificial reef, a cast net can easily get tangled in rocks and coral so it is best to use a sabiki.
When you see a school of bait, simply drop your rig or cast underhanded down current towards the school and/or structure and you should have a line full of bait in no time. If offshore, drop your sabiki over structure like artificial reefs or shipwrecks. Be mindful of divers when doing so.
If you find yourself in an area where there are sharks interfering with your fishing, using a shark repellent in a small chum dispenser attached to your rig works well.
If you are bait catching from shore, you may have to modify your sabiki to make it shorter for shallow water by cutting off some of the line. Use a heavy sinker to get your rig into deeper water and hold it in the surf. Casting your rig from shore can be tricky, be sure to cast underhanded, not over.
Owner Mackerel Fish Skin Sabiki Rigs come with Gold hooks; green glow bead slides on each branch line; hooks dressed with mackerel skin. Rigs vary in length depending on number of hooks, but generally, 10 inches of main line stretches between 4-inch drop lines. Swivels attach at each end of rig. Each rig has hooks in varying numbers, and sizes, plus varying strengths (lb.-test) of main line and branch lines.
Only New and Unused items returned within 30 days of delivery qualify for refund or exchange. Original box, papers, parts, tag and other packaging have to be returned with the product in the condition they were received in. Spooled fishing reels are non-returnable & non-refundable. Refunds and exchanges will take place within a week after inspection.
What is the best size sabiki rig for mackerel?
What is the best sabiki rig for mackerel?
What weight should a sabiki rig be?