Sterling Tackle 18in Chaos Bar with 9in Bulb Squid – Rainbow - Review
The Sterling Tackle 18in Chaos Bar with 9in Bulb Squid, named for its ability to create surface commotion and loud noise, is a highly effective spreader bar in attracting pelagic fish such as tuna, dolphin, and billfish. This pre-rigged spreader bar is built on a high-grade titanium bar with a diameter of .125 inches. It is designed with a combination of soft birds, squid, and rigged stinger that entices fish to your spread. The center line of the bar is equipped with four 9 inch soft rattling birds that create additional noise and surface splash. The wing lines contain four 9 inch bulb squids, imitating a school of baitfish. The rear squids even have their own rattles to enhance the noise production. Inside the bottom teaser bird, there is a 400lb stainless bearing swivel that attaches the 12in Mini-Machine Stinger, rigged with tri-beads and a 10/0 4x strong knife-edge big game hook. The center line is rigged with 250lb smoke blue Momoi monofilament, while the wing lines are rigged with 200lb monofilament. For added durability, loop protectors are used on all critical connection points. Each spreader bar comes with its own clear vinyl/mesh lure bag for convenient storage and easy wash down.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How do I attach the spreader bar to my fishing line?
To attach the spreader bar to your fishing line, simply connect the line to the swivel at the center of the bar using a secure knot or loop connection. Make sure to check that the connection is tight before starting your fishing expedition.
2. Can I use the spreader bar for freshwater fishing?
No, the Sterling Tackle 18in Chaos Bar with 9in Bulb Squid is specifically designed for saltwater fishing and is most effective in attracting pelagic fish found in oceanic waters.
3. How should I store the spreader bar when not in use?
Each spreader bar comes with its own clear vinyl/mesh lure bag for convenient storage. After using the spreader bar, rinse it with freshwater to remove any salt or debris, and then place it in the provided lure bag. Make sure to store the spreader bar in a cool, dry place to prolong its lifespan.View Buying Options