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How to: Specimen carp rigs
(02-08-2018, 10:09 PM) pid=\4' Wrote:HOW TO: Set up a Side clip running rig
The running lead is possibly the most effective and simple carp lead system you can use. The common problem of bite definition when using side clip lead systems and slack lines are completely done away with when using a running rig which always gives positive indications on the bobbin. This setup is also offers good tangle-proof properties. I have modified a side clip system clip to accept a speed link that gives a neat simple effective running rig with all the casting bennifits of a side clip system.

What you need

[Image: IMG_3941.CR2.jpg]1. Korda lead clip
2. Korda tail rubber.
3. Korda kwik link
4. Korda safe zone leader


Step 1

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Using a pair of strong pliers carefully flatten the Korda Lead clip.

Step 2

[Image: IMG_3943.CR2.jpg]Carefully cut the swivel off the Korda safe zone leader. 

Step 3

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Put the Korda Kwik link onto the Korda safe zone leader.

Step 4

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Use a gated baiting needle to thread the Lead clip and tail rubber onto the Korda safe zone leader.

Step 5

[Image: IMG_3948.CR2.jpg]Use a short lenght of 3mm fine wall silicone tube to cover the swivel on the lead.

Step 6

[Image: IMG_3958.CR2.jpg]Now add you lead to the side clip and slide the tail rubber down about 3 ridges onto the lead clip boody.

[Image: IMG_3959.CR2.jpg]It is a simple task to add you hook lentgh to the Kwik link. Notice how the Kwik link sinks into the lead clip body. This set up does away withthe need of 3mm silicon tube to prevent the hook lenght becoming undone in the Kwik link.

Tight lines!
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How to: Specimen carp rigs - by Extreme Angler - 02-08-2018, 10:09 PM
RE: How to: Specimen carp rigs - by Extreme Angler - 02-13-2018, 04:36 PM

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