In Belize, fishermen use this short, simple rig to troll live baits over patch reefs and deep flats with light tackle to catch fast, short-striking fish such as barracuda, king mackerel, bonito, jacks and yellowtail snapper. To make it, haywire a 100-pound barrel swivel to a two-foot piece of No. 9 wire. Slide on a one-ounce egg sinker and haywire a 5/0-7/0 offset OShaughnessy-style hook to the other end. The eye of an identical hook is forced over the barb of the first hook and allowed to hang in the bend. A large sardine, scad or mullet is hooked crosswise through the nose of the lead hook while the trailer dangles off to the side. The baited rig is trolled at a quick clip, well out of the prop wash, so that it rides just below the surface. It can even be dragged through shallow water without hanging up in the coral.