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A disturbing aspect offering carp fishing in France on a commercial basis is the numbers of carp each year that end up dragging leaders and leads arou...
* Distance lead * Tail rubber * Clip with tab retained, but cut back * Swivel with Q ring
* Normal tail rubber * Tail rubber cut at 45 degrees
* Tail rubber intact * Safety clip intact
* Tail rubber cut * Safety clip cut, but still retaining short tab as shown
* Key ring * Q ring
Distance Lead Type 1 This is a lead often used by carp anglers. This lead and clip set up is designed to allow a lot of movement between the lead and...
* Distance lead Type 1 * Swivel removed from Type 1 lead
Result is my preferred Distance lead - the Distance Lead Type 2
Distance Lead Type 2 In this set up the clip and lead arrangement minimise free movement - so the weight of the lead is getting to the point of the h...
* Q ring connected to swivel * Swivel threaded onto fluorocarbon leader * Lead and tail rubber easily pass over leader knot * Tail rubber easily...
* Leader threaded through clip and tail rubber * Lead and key ring slides onto clip
Distance lead Type 2 set up complete * The ring must pass over the stem of the clip and push in behand the tab end. I use a key ring with an intern...
* My normal baited hook length, hair tied KD style * The stiff boom is lead core Over the course of the season, the carp become aware of this aggr...
* Boom section – Suffix Shock Leader material * Leader knot * Braided hook length * Size 6 Mugga hook * Silicone rubber * Hair tied KD styl...
* This is the leader knot used to tie the leader to the main line, be it mono or fluorocarbon * I also use it for tying the stiff boom section to t...
* Hook bait with dissolvable foam threaded over hook length - ready to fish! * Two pieces of foam cover the supple section of the boom which preven...
* On the take the component parts will pull apart, with the lead retained on the leader
* I use Petroleum Jelly to bed all my knots down, giving maximum knot strength * The spray retardant for foam
For every carp angler the welfare of the carp is your top priority. This rig is a safe alternative for anglers who want to retain their leads on a cra...
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