Here you will find ways of Rigging your Big Bone Grub. These are just a few ways that the Grub can be rigged , Send us a picture of your way of rigging.
The Twister has a seam along the top and bottom. This seam is in direct line with the tail, so your hooks must enter and exit along this line!! Each Twister has 9 lugs and grooves. They work very well on 9/0 and 10/0 jig hooks.
This time we are using a 9/0 Stinger Hook and 7 oz Parachute with a 10/0 Jig Hook. Start your Stinger Hook in the 4th Groove DIRECTLY ON THE SEAM LINE! The tail should have the curl up.. As you bend the twister make sure the hook shank stays in the top third of the lure. Exit the hook where the lugs meet the tail.
Pull the hook through until the eye is flush with the twister body.
Start your jig hook DEAD CENTER of the Twister front. ( If using smaller than a 9/0 Jig hook you would
start the hook between the top and center. This will allow enough hook exposed when finished) Push the Jig hook through the twister and up through the eye of the stinger hook,
THE FINISHED LURE.
Rigging tips above compliments of C & K Tackle
This Grub is Rigged with a 7/0 to 8/0 hook , a swivel attached to the hook with a short leader and a 1/0 treble hook as a stinger.
You can use a slip type egg sinker or a casting sinker attached to the leader on the hook.
This is prob. the most popular way to Rig the Big BONE Grubs. Using a Mojo style jig head 3 to 24 oz. from Lake Trout , Muskie , Pike to Ling Cod , Rockfish, Halibut & more .