Carolina rig


Carolina rig
a deepwater, weed avoiding angling rig usually comprising an soft plastic worm or crayfish, an18-30 inch leader, a barrel swivel and a hook embedded in the bait. Usually fished just off the bottom

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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