You will all know about the advantages of popping up your bait but this is my chosen method. The curtain ring makes the rig quite free running and as well as being a good stop the cork ball helps keep the ring out of any bottom debris. I prefer to fish my popped up
Made by Fox this inline system will allow the lead to detach itself when snagged. On purchasing this set-up, make sure that the insert can slide through the inner bore of the lead to ease discharge. The slit which runs down the side of the lead can be opened up with a screw driver to
This simple run -rig allows the fish to run freely with the minimal of resistance. The rubber bead protects the mainline knot from the swivel. This set up is prone to tangles during a long distance cast. Added by Julian Grattidge; I’ve found the best use of this rig is when targeting shy feeding fish.
This is a pop-up rig made of Braid and a 'Depth Charge' weight, although a single shot would do the job. The positioning of the shot determines the height of the popped-up, buoyant, bait from the lake bed. Added by Julian Grattidge; A pop-up rig allows the angler to position a bait up off the
Fishing a running leger setup is one of the most simple yet effective methods of legering. Deadly on rivers and stillwater alike, mastering this simple rig will catch you many a fish. How do I do it? Slide a bomb onto your mainline, followed by a bead and then a leger stop. Onto that mainline