American Fishing Wire Copper Rigging Wire
$2.99 - $17.99
|Copper Rigging Wire, .020 in (0.51 mm) diameter, 9 in (22.9 cm), 50 pc||$2.99 USD|
|Copper Rigging Wire, .020 in (0.51 mm) diam, 792 ft (241 m), 1 lb (0.45 kg) Spool||$17.99 USD|
American Fishing Wire Copper Rigging Wire is extremely flexible and ideal for rigging live and artificial baits. Available in 50 pack of 9 inch lengths or a 792 foot 1 lb. spool.
4 Stars based on 9 reviews
July 22, 2017
Haven't used it yet but looks like exactly what I wanted.
By Randal Baklini
Fort Pierce, FL
June 9, 2017
Perfect for rigging
No more dealing with tubes of specified lengths. Make your own for each rig -- this works and a better $ value
ProsPlenty of the wire
ConsStowing a round spool
West Palm Beach, Fla
April 19, 2017
Copper rigging wire
I bought this to rig ballyhoo for trolling. Works good but since Im a novice I need wire a little longer to get the job done right.
Garden City, NY
August 11, 2016
Good rigging wire
Easy to quickly rig a Ballyhoo
new york, NY
August 7, 2015
easy to use
Thus is time saver. for clam to makarel as bait just few turns on top.. make much easier rigging than thread.
May 5, 2015
this wire is awesome for rigging ballyhoo and other offshore trolliong baits
March 5, 2015
Convenient for rigging
These are a godsend. I was tried using light SS wire, waxed string, and rubber bands--these are head and shoulders above that. Stiff enough to penetrate the bait yet soft enough to easily make tight wraps. Good working length. This is the solution to a messy compromised issue.
ProsDoes what its supposed to.
ConsBe careful not to cut through very soft baits.
Virginia Bch, VA
April 2, 2014
I really prefer this over rubber bands or dental floss(seems harder to find them without some sort of mint smell). they do a good job for surf casting soft baits and really easy to cut down excess. do need to be carful not to get to tight because they can cut into really soft baits with ease.
Proseasy and quick
Consthere is a little bit of a learning curve to get the best presentation but its easy to do it right.
March 29, 2014
Wire is too light for most rigging needs. Should be advertised as "light rigging wire".
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