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Old 02-28-2019, 08:16 PM
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Default Looking for lots of Sabiki rigs for a good price

Any leads and mass quantities of sabiki rigs at good prices?
Old 02-28-2019, 08:20 PM
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Hey, i got a buddy i can get you in touch with that sells a ton. Shoot me a PM with your contact and i'll forward it on.
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There is a commercial seller on this site that sells stainless steel sabiki rigs in bulk
Old 03-01-2019, 04:31 AM
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Easternanglerllc.com. Have bought dozens from this guy. Great quality/pricing. He's out of Swampscott.
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Walmart - $0.99 per rig.
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I think the in-house BPS brand 'Offshore Angler' is <$1 too so check their website (or maybe that's just on sale?)
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Originally Posted by Rmoody79 View Post
There is a commercial seller on this site that sells stainless steel sabiki rigs in bulk
Any idea who that seller is
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liberty22 i think is the name
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Originally Posted by OIReelKeeper View Post
liberty22 i think is the name
Thats the same guy as Easternanglerllc.com, I've heard good reviews but the pricing nor bulk options aren't there.
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Ebay or Amazon - take your pick. Cheapest I've seen is about .89 per pack. Might be able to find a bulk deal of a couple hundred for maybe a bit less.
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Originally Posted by Ncska21 View Post
Thats the same guy as Easternanglerllc.com, I've heard good reviews but the pricing nor bulk options aren't there.
I don't see why he wouldnt cut a break for a bulk purchase.

His product is solid. He's a reasonable guy, least he seems to be.

The $1 Walmart ones are trash.
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Try Alibaba website.
Ive bought a few things off the site. They definitely have lots of sabiki’s.
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Originally Posted by OIReelKeeper View Post
liberty22 i think is the name

yes, thats him ......his sabiki rigs last forever and definitely produce bait.
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Those stainless rigs are great but don’t fit in sabiki rods
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He has the smaller ones...and they do fit the two different rods that we use..

We go through a bunch of these, as I take four sabiki rods out most everytime we go offshore. None of the cheap ones make it past one trip.

Dan Dragani, Liberty22, Eastern Angler LLC has the best we have used so far, and the #10 hooks fit our tubes. If you use a 6' rod, you have to cut the rig down to five instead of six hooks..

https://www.easternanglerllc.com/
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None of the cheap ones make it past one trip.
Pretty much the point. The cheap mustad ones (Walmart, Academy) are pretty much disposable. One and done and then I trash them.


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Walmart-trash
Never had a problem with them lasting a whole trip unless it was a big fish and dragged me into the rig. Even caught a Jack Crevalle on one.

I just trash them after a trip. So I am out 2 bucks. I can spend $10 on 2 packs of Hyabusa and then I need to get 5 trips out of them to break even and they don't catch any more fish than the cheap ones. Walmart ones are a win-win.
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Originally Posted by popeyeiii View Post
Pretty much the point. The cheap mustad ones (Walmart, Academy) are pretty much disposable. One and done and then I trash them.



Never had a problem with them lasting a whole trip unless it was a big fish and dragged me into the rig. Even caught a Jack Crevalle on one.

I just trash them after a trip. So I am out 2 bucks. I can spend $10 on 2 packs of Hyabusa and then I need to get 5 trips out of them to break even and they don't catch any more fish than the cheap ones. Walmart ones are a win-win.
hyabusa are $3
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hyabusa are $3

Heck of a deal. Never found them that cheap. But still, I'd need to get 3 trips out of them, clean them, store them, or buy special purpose rods. Still the cheap-os for me.
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If you are planning on jigging sardines, runners, etc. This is a good deal. I have tried many of the cheap ones of ebay with beads on them. these have been perfect for the mentioned baits.

https://www.tackledirect.com/marathon-sabiki-rigs.html

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