Ahi USA Sabiki Rigs
Ahi USA Sabiki Rigs are produced with only the highest quality components. All Ahi USA Sabiki Rigs include Ball Bearing and Crane Swivels designed to minimize line kinks and twist. Equipped with sharp high quality gold hooks, hand tied to super strong leader material, these rigs are enhanced with green glow and red flash beads. We offer a selection of the most popular sizes and styles.
The Ahi USA Sabiki Rigs are offered in several different configurations. SB-100, SB-100G and SB-200 series are fish skin styles, SB-300 is a flasher style with mylar and hair, SB-400 are most accurately described as shrimp flies and the SB-500 series are plastic mini squids with mylar strands interlaced with skirt.
SB-100 & SB-100G 6 dropper hooks
SB-200 - 6 dropper hooks
- SB-101 - Size 14 (Main Test 12 lb, Branch Test 8 lb)
- SB-102 - Size 10 (Main Test 15 lb, Branch Test 10 lb)
- SB-103 - Size 6 (Main Test 20 lb, Branch Test 15 lb)
SB-300 - 6 dropper hooks
- SB-201 - Size 14 (Main Test 14 lb, Branch Test 8 lb)
- SB-202 - Size 10 (Main Test 15 lb, Branch Test 10 lb)
- SB-203 - Size 6 (Main Test 20 lb, Branch Test 15 lb)
SB-400 - 6 dropper hooks
- SB-301 - Size 12 (Main Test 15 lb, Branch Test 10 lb)
- SB-302 - Size 8 (Main Test 20 lb, Branch Test 10 lb)
- SB-303 - Size 4 (Main Test 30 lb, Branch Test 20 lb)
SB-500 - 4 dropper hooks
- The Size 8 Hook Rigs Main Test 15 lb, Branch Test 10 lb.
- The Size 4 Hook Rigs Main Test 30 lb, Branch Test 20 lb.
- The Size 2 Hook Rigs Main Test 30 lb, Branch Test 20 lb.
- The Size 1/0 Hook Rigs Main Test 40 lb, Branch Test 30 lb.
What is a Sabiki Rig?
A sabiki rig, sometimes called a piscatore rig, is a set of small lures typically used to catch fish that eat small prey. They are commonly used to catch bait for anglers who are planning to later target big game species and want the freshest, most accurate bait fish for their mission.
A sabiki is typically fished off boats, piers, jetties, or any structure over the water. Sabikis consist of any number (usually between 6 and 10) of small hooks, each one on individual dropper lines which are a few inches (half-dozen centimetres) long. The individual dropper lines are then tied to a longer leader in series, about 6 inches (15 cm) apart; a weight is tied to the end of the leader. The individual hooks are decorated as lures or tied like flies similar to those used in fly fishing. Often they have a simple piece of metallic or iridescent film attached to them. Traditionally, on any individual rig all of the lures will be either identical or in an alternating sequence of colors. The type or size sabiki used depends on water conditions, species of fish sought or simply the angler's preference.