The Carolina Rig and Texas Rig have a lot in common. Both have been around for a long time, and remain highly relevant because they continue to produce bass when other tactics fail. Carolina rigging remains a great tool to better learn the structure you're fishing. The heavy weight transmits subtleties in bottom composition that sonar doesn't always show, and the bottom disturbance caused by the weight followed by a delicious is a tremendous trigger. Terry Brown brings us through his simple and effective Carolina Rig system.
Wired2Fish's Terry Brown Shares Some Old School Carolina Rigging Basics
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