The SputterBird Daisy Chain
This “SputterBird Daisy Chain” has multiple “SputterBirds” in line, each one revolving in opposite directions to minimize line twist and create tremendous water commotion. You can add a trolling lure or bait to the hidden snap swivel in the last squid to make it a “bird” attractor or use a hookless lure or bulb squid solely as an attractor. Either way, it will bring fish to your boat by the combination of internal rattle vibration and surface splash.
Use fluorocarbon leader material to rig your lure or bait behind the “SputterBird Daisy Chain”, at least 6 ft of length. Strength can vary from 60 lb. for smaller tuna and mahi mahi to 200 lb. for giants. Weight can vary from 3-8 oz, depending on your trolling speed. Best speeds can be as low as 2-1/2 knots inshore and 8 knots offshore, best results will be around 5 knots.
SputterBird Daisy Chains are not designed to be run at speeds above 10 knots continuously! Premature line wear may result.
The “SputterBird Daisy Chain” is constructed with 400 lb. clear Jinkai line. It is heavy enough to use as a hand line to bring your fish on board. Snap swivel is also rated at 400 lb. Solid crimps at each end with stainless protectors assure it will not wear out or break prematurely.
You now have a choice of titanium wire instead of mono for either a #4 or #7 Sputterbird Daisy Chain. This eliminates bite-offs from toothy critters, especially wahoo teeth or marlin bills. The wire is 1mm black coated and will withstand over 200 lbs pulling force. It has the added benefit of being springback, meaning it has no bends even if crammed into a small envelop. Price is the same as mono chains and color options are also the same.
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