The hi low rig is my standard. What I do is simply place the hooks where the fish can see it and attack it instantly. Hook size is important in respect to the size of the resident fish. Nearshore , I would keep the hooks smallish. Inshore , I would put on bigger hooks. Offshore , over wrecks, would get my biggest hook I could put on.
Attractors are the key( I believe) to this kind of fishing.
From the little 3inch squid bodies to the 4 inch squid tails to the GLOW bodies in water deeper than 60 feet.
HINT>>>HINT>>>HINT>>> Put on the 3 inch bodies backwards. have a small tri-bead or some such between the hook and the squid body T'ZER. When u do that the action of the tentacles attract and (I believe)turn them on.
Make sure you have a breakaway sinker line to your rig. Y festoon the bottom with more junk than what is already down there.
Joseph B. ...aka...Ancient Mariner
Keep your feet dry and catch 'em up.