How to Tie a Pompano Rig?

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In order to tie a pompano rig you will need to cut 24 inches of 20 to 25 pound line. You will need to make a basic clinch knot to connect the regular swivel to the end of the line. Next you need to make a snap swivel knot on the other end. Now it is time to cut two more pieces of line. Each piece will be 8 inches long. You will need to attach hooks to both pieces. Now you need to attach a hook to the first line that you cut. You will need add additional hooks every 8 inches down the line.
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