Price: $14.99
(as of Sep 25,2021 20:26:36 UTC – Details)

If you are looking for one of the Best Musky Pike Sucker Fishing Rig Harness Setups you’ll want to look at buying Musky Quick Strike Sucker Rig Muskie Pike Sucker Harness! As with a lot of the sucker rigs on the market, this is designed to set the hook as soon as the fish takes the sucker (the musky must be swimming away from the boat to up your odds of getting hooks into that fish of a lifetime)

We design each and every one of our sucker rigs to withstand the abuse that comes along with fall sucker fishing for muskies. All of our sucker rigs are double crimped for added assurance. We have personally experienced or heard of WAY too many crane swivels or cheap snaps failing in the process of setting the hook or fighting a fish, so you will never see crane swivels on any of our sucker rigs.

When you hook a Tooth Shield Tackle Sucker Rig to the end of your line, you can be assured that it will not fail.

This kit includes: 1 complete sucker rig 135 lb. 1×7 stainless steel wire 2 4/0 premium VMC hooks 18″ 135 lb. premium 1×7 stainless steel leader 200 lb. premium ball bearing swivels The front hook is a 4/0 Gamakatsu circle hook. Rigging instructions included. Last but not least is the piece of mind that this sucker rig will not fail you when it counts Hand-made in Wisconsin!

Tooth Shield Tackle Sucker Rig
Built to withstand all the abuse that comes along with sucker fishing for muskies
135 lb. 1×7 stainless steel wire
18″ 135 lb. premium 1×7 stainless steel leader
Handmade in Wisconsin

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