Definition of sabiki rig
Sabiki rigs are a series of hooks tied horizontally and attached to a single vertical strand of line or wire to present multiple pieces of bait in one rig. These are attached to the mainline on one end and typically have a weight on the bottom end. Sabiki rigs are ideal for vertical jigging or pier fishing. They were originally designed to catch larger numbers of baitfish for saltwater anglers, but they have been adapted to target larger game fish in both freshwater and saltwater.
Variations of the term sabiki rig
• bait rig
• flasher rig
How to use sabiki rig in a sentence
We use sabiki rigs to catch perch.