Fox Edges Micro Tungsten Chod Bead Kit
3 in stock
Fox Edges Micro Tungsten Chod Bead Kit Micro Tungsten Chod Bead kits have been manufactured in a semi translucent khaki colour to blend in on the lake bed and are weighted to ensure maximum rig concealment. Designed with a plastic Slik® insert for improved rotation of the swivel, the bead slides directly onto the mainline without a leader. During the fight the bead slides down the main line into the buffer sleeve. The buffer sleeves also feature a moulded hole to allow the rig to be set up with a drop off lead.
Korda Cog System Kit To Fit 2/2.5 Flat Pear
3 in stock
Korda Cog Kit A lead system that betters the hooking qualities of an inline, yet casts like a lead clip, with all its safety benefits? It doesn’t exist, right? Well, such a product is in tackle shops from tomorrow. After what seems like ages in the development, the COG system is finally here, in physical form. COG stands for Centre of Gravity, which is a reference to the unique way that the hook link is attached to the heaviest part of the lead, giving instant, unparalleled hooking. Put simply, this system has been designed to convert more pick-ups into fish on the bank. So, why did it take so long? Well, simply put, we tested it, tweaked it, changed it and then changed it back again across the space of a few years. The whole sampling process takes an awfully long time and because the end result had to work flawlessly, each stage was tested rigorously. Right through from early testing, to DVD sessions at Gigantica and intense scrutiny in front of the unblinking Underwater cameras, the COG has proven itself to be a genuine advantage. In order to truly take advantage of the unique attributes that the COG possesses, you need to be aware of its limitations. Crucially, it must be used with tubing or leadcore, and in testing we found that, although effective with more supple links, it is more suited to the stiffer hook links, such as IQ, Hybrid Stiff and N-Trap Semi Stiff. They help to eliminate tangles and kick that hook bait away from the COG, ensuring that a fish picking the hook bait up feels the full hooking impact of the system immediately. To aid the kicking-away process, we’d recommend that you give critically balanced ‘wafter’ hook baits a go with your stiff-rig setups. The one rig that stands head and shoulders above all others for use with the COG is Danny Fairbrass’ IQ D Rig. You only have to look at the Underwater filming to understand just how effective that pairing can be. When to use it then? Well, it’s best used over firm lake beds like gravel, sand and firm silt, rather than weed, when you’re better to reach for the Heli-Safe system. It can be cast every bit as far as a normal lead clip system, although when going for extreme range, it’s worth dispensing with any PVA bags as the impact could force the half-swivel out of the lead. For margin work and placing from boats, the COG is simply unrivalled. Initially, there are just two lead shapes available, flat pear and distance, which should cover you for most fishing situations. The flat pear version is best used for closer range, lowering or dropping from a boat, whereas the distance version is the one to reach for if you’re having to go long for your fish. One point well worth noting is that the COG boom sections are numbered (on the swivel) because it’s essential that they are used with the correct lead. If you use the wrong boom with the wrong lead, the setup simply won’t work as intended. We’ve had reports of great results from all those who’ve been able to use samples so far, and we’re excited to see how much of an impact the COG has on your angling too. We aren’t claiming that the COG is the answer to all your fishing problems, but it certainly does take bolt-rig technology forwards, while retaining the inherent safety of the lead clip. One thing’s for sure, it’s set to catch an awful lot of fish this year…
Korda Dark Matter Leader Hybrid Lead Clip
12 in stock
THERE ARE 2 TYPES The leader with a size 8 ring swivel on the end is best used with our inline leads lead clips running rigs and method feeders. Once wet all these types of lead system will easily slip over the tungsten collars and the welded loop at the end of the leader. When the leaders are dry products such as inline leads and method feeders will stick to the tungsten sections and you will think they are unsafe. However when wet they slip over them with ease and lets face it when underwater they`ll always be moist. Secondly there is the Hybrid Lead Clip Leader which feature the safest lead clip possible fixed into a swivel followed by a matching Tail Rubber. All the leaders have two lengths of tungsten melted onto them one third and two thirds of the way down the length to ensure the whole leader sinks to the lake bed on a slack line. Compare them to anything else on the market and it is blatantly obvious a great deal of thought has gone into them. We have made them in 1m lengths which is longer than the original versions.
Korda Lead Clip Action Pack
14 in stock
Korda Lead Clip Action Pack Being brutally honest there is a lot of rubbish written about how to use a lead clip properly. The essence of the system is that it will allow a snagged lead to pull off the rig thus releasing the fish from the unseen snag or weed bed so you land it rather than lose it. If you were attached to a really big carp would you forfeit the lead to guarantee you landed the carp? We know we would and it`s a small price to pay. All Korda packaging is overflowing with information on how to use the products effectively. This booklet expands and reinforces that information. The basic rule of the lead clip system is the lead must eject before the swivel pulls out. If the swivel comes out first the lead will never eject. Instead the line will pull back and forth through the system like a running rig leaving the lead snagged and the fish too! Consisting of : 5 Lead clips 5 Rubbers 5 Size 8 swivels Korda rig tube has a 0.75mm bore it has a smooth matt finish making it easy to thread.