personally I like to keep things simple without overthinking rig options. I use a santee cooper rig, three way rig and slip cork rig, if I cant catch fish on any of those three then it was not my day. the important thing is the bait that you are using to get the fish to bite. your rig will get a bite if you are using the right bait but if you are lucky to get a nice fish on and you are fishing where there is structure whether it is rocks, logs, brush or heavy weeds then you have increased your chances of getting hung up and broken off and losing all that tackle. give it a shot and if it works for you then good for you, sometimes you have to figure things out using trial and error. good luck to you and hope you can get some good fish.