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Old 07-01-2017, 03:16 PM   #741
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The Sabiki Sleeve

This idea hit me after been hooked by a Rapala lure/hook (not fun) and hearing about my buddy's having a Sabiki hook up his butt the week prior. So here it is!

No more Sabiki hooks flying around with the Sabiki Sleeve. "Installation" took 10 seconds. That is cutting the pool noodle with a knife. When you're done with your Sabiki, just wrap it around the pool noodle making sure each hook is secured into the foam, and store it in this container. It also fits a sinker weight and small iron jig if anyone's using one at the Sabiki's end (I do, as it goes down faster and the iron jig flashes catching bait's attention). Close the lid and you're ready to go. The rubber ends are flexible, so if you wish, you can add a small ball bungee cord on the bottom's end and secure your Sabiki Sleeve anywhere you like while launching/landing.

Total cost: $6.

$5 for the plastic holder (found at any local Home Depot stores; NOT found on their website for some odd reasons). Called "Viewtainer Slit Top Storage Container 2.75"X5".

And $1 for the pool noodle (Walmart). Look outside in the garden section.








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Old 07-01-2017, 05:14 PM   #742
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I like it Filippo. I've tried wrapping my sabiki around several different things, but nothing as neat at that. Thanks!

BTW, I use a small blue & white iron as the weight at the end of my sabiki, and I've caught several fish on the iron, so it does more than attract attention. I caught a jack smelt, corvina, bonito and several mackerals.

The hole in the noodle is perfect for that.

I'll take two!
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Old 07-01-2017, 05:33 PM   #743
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Simply brilliant! Where do you get your industrial strength sabiki flies?

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Old 07-01-2017, 06:03 PM   #744
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Thanks guys!

Mr. NiceGuy - I believe you. Once a mac ate my sinker weight and it passed through his gills. It was pretty funny. I guess we really don't need hooks. Anything shining works.

Bob - I buy the Mustad Sabiki Bait Rig, SBM-30, from Walmart. Used the same rig about 5 times and still going strong.

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Old 07-20-2017, 11:38 PM   #745
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Made a bait tank out of a Marine Cooler and copied the workings of the hobie bait tank using the scuppers for water intake and drain. I chose this cooler since it fits snug in the back of the Pro Angler and already had knotches I can put the bungie cords. I also rigged a stadium seat to the back and works perfect for passengers.

Where did you get your stadium seat? mind sharing the link to buy and any tip on installing it? Picking up my new PA14 here shortly and would love to take my daughter out in the bay with me.

Thanks!
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Old 07-25-2017, 08:03 AM   #746
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Where did you get your stadium seat? mind sharing the link to buy and any tip on installing it? Picking up my new PA14 here shortly and would love to take my daughter out in the bay with me.

Thanks!
Costco has offered nice quality stadium seats for the past couple of years for around $14. What you do with it depends on your own creativity and mechanical skills.
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Old 07-25-2017, 08:36 AM   #747
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Nice idea!

A little piece of hypalon will also work and takes up less space.

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Old 10-01-2017, 11:59 AM   #748
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Anyone picking up tar on the boats?
I use Goof off spray and it literally melts off.
Re: sabiki thread ; I just found the noodles very helpful.


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Old 10-02-2017, 06:50 AM   #749
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Hey Dgax65. I'm new to this forum. Had to say how nice your wiring is. Clean and waterproof. Looks like you are using heat shrinked butt connectors too. Nicely done.
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Old 10-02-2017, 06:50 AM   #750
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Good idea, gonna make a couple this week.
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