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    Thumbs up Halibut set-ups, like the charters use?

    I go halibuting but once a year and when I go it is with a charter outfit. This year a buddy is taking me and his boat to Seldovia to fish for Butts. Would someone please remind me on these setups? I think I remember a slider with weight above the leader with hook and bait. Been to sportsmen warhouse and cannot find sliders for 2 lb. weights. Am I confused or do a lot of charters use this things? Someone have a picture I can see? Thanks from a once a year Halibuter, Ken

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    Go to B & J commercial and tell them this. They will set you up.

    Gusto

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    Default ok heres what ive done

    just put a swivle on youre main line with a snap on it go to youre charter and have them snap on one of there setups ive done this several times the charter guys said they liked that i used there same set up call ahead and ask if its ok just to be sure,

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    He's not going out with a charter he is going out with his buddy and wants to know where to buy them. pm sent I have some for sale in the for sale section

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    Default 06 t man

    I just looked at youre setups they are very nice look like real good quality.

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    Thanks rip you got some very nice products yourself i must say

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    Ok, this is a rig I use. Big barrel swivel, a corkscrew swivel below it for your 2# lead, and then it goes down to your hook.
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