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Technical Rig Design
(Top left) With it in this position, attach it to your leadcore leader loop like this,
and then slide the silicone back over the open end of the wire
(Middle left) Take your choice of inline lead (insert removed), and place it down
the leadcore over the wire, then attach the buffer bead behind the lead.
(Bottom left) Add the rubber bead, swivel, bead and leadcore backstop in a
similar fashion and slide down to the lead.
(Top right) Attach the hooklink to the Uni-link swivel and slide up the anti-tangle
sleeve over the swivel as shown.
(Middle right) Small baits, paste, glugged hookbaits and liquid attraction are an
integral part of my winter armoury.
(Bottom right) This is my preference for PVA mesh, strong, fine, no residue SORTED!
are remaining fairly static in a given
holding area, then you will need to
tempt them with just enough for a
mouthful or two. In order to achieve
such close proximity baiting with
whole or half boilies the most obvious
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option is to utilize a PVA stringer.
However, this is not ideal if you want
to present chops, crumbs or pellets,
so this is where a bag or mesh
arrangement comes into play. Whilst
using PVA bags initially seems quite
simple, quite a lot of newcomers to
our beloved sport struggle with the
correct methods of filling, tying and
usage of specific PVA products, and I
hope to demonstrate that with the
right terminal gear you can get any
size of food parcel presented to those
guileful old cypries. One massive
edge that simplifies this whole
process has been the development of
the new Quick Change PVA bag system recently launched by Solar tackle.
This idea is so simple that I am
amazed that it hasn’t been done
before, and it works well with any
manufacturer’s leads so you don’t
need specific, hard to locate specialist

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