How To Properly Rig a Big Hammerô Swimbait
Start by holding the jig head up to the swimbait as if it were rigged.
Note where the hook should come out of the back of the swimbait.
Step 2) Using the point of the hook mark the back of the swimbait where the hook should come out.
Hold the jig head up to the swimbait again, this time slightly forward.
Note where the hook should enter the front of the swimbait so that the
top of the swimbait is flush with the top of the jig head.
Push the hook into the front of the swimbait slightly. Turn the
swimbait so that you are looking directly at the back of the bait.
Looking at the swimbait from this direction will help you rig it
Slide the swimbait on the jig head and stop just when the hook starts
to come out of the mark you made in the back of the swimbait. If
possible, do this in one motion as stopping and starting may cause
crooked rigging. It is best to try and grab the swimbait where the hook
has already gone through. This will help crooked rigging due to
squeezing of the swimbait while rigging.
Make a mental note of the distance between the back of the bait keeper
on the jig head and the front of the swimbait. Remembering this distance
will allow you to skip Step 2 the next time you are rigging a swimbait
on that size jig head.
Step 7) Continue to push the swimbait on to the jig head. If you are planning to glue
the swimbait to the jig head stop when the back of the jig head is
about 1/8 of an inch from the front of the swimbait. Add a drop of glue
and finish rigging.