R&R Tackle Rigging Bands

R&R Tackle Rigging Bands

R&R Tackle special synthetic rigging bands have good memory, are strong and are UV resistant. Two sizes for large and small baits.

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Black Rigging Bands Small50 Count$1.99 USD
Black Rigging Bands Small200 Count$3.99 USD
Black Rigging Bands Small1000 Count$6.99 USD
Black Rigging Bands Large50 Count$2.99 USD
Black Rigging Bands Large200 Count$8.49 USD
Black Rigging Bands Large1000 Count$9.99 USD
R&R Tackle special synthetic Rigging Bands have good memory, are strong and are UV resistant. Two sizes for large and small baits.
4 Stars based on 6 reviews
By Peter
Perfect Size
July 18, 2019
Good size for bridle baits
By william
New Jersey
Love these for stinger hooks
June 16, 2019
When i rig live bunker for big blues or bass i usually band the hook to the tail of the fish instead of hook it through the tail as to not inhibit the fish from swimming in a correct way and attracting more attention from fish.
By Henry
Keeps GOBS of clam on the hook
June 18, 2018
Trying to find something to keep big gobs on clam on the hook when Drum fishing - this works OK
Prossize cost
Consoccasionally slips off
By Chris
Much smaller than expected
August 1, 2016
I ordered these expecting them to be about 10x the size. Quality seems good but they are small not large.
ProsQuality material
ConsMisrepresented as large. These pretty much fit around a thumb. I was expecting large to fit around my wrist.
By Chris
Great value
April 2, 2015
Good quality and value
By Chris
Good value
April 2, 2015
Great value and quality
1 Question & 1 Answer
Ronald Block
from NE asked:
February 9, 2021
What #size are the small bands and what #size are the large bands.  I am trying to decide which ones to order for making Knetter's Quick Strike ice fishing rigs for tip ups;' when using smelt or small frozen blue gills for bait.

Thanks for your response,  Clubfitter1@gmail.com

Ron Block

1 Answer
Unfortunately, there aren't any dimensions for actual sizes of these rubber bands but I would go with the Large, as these are known to run a bit smaller.
Submitted by: Austin Kearney on February 9, 2021


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