Chod Rig

What you

What you’ll need…

Step 1. Start off by threading the Trip Wire through the eye of a Chod Hook this way

Step 1. Start off by threading the Trip Wire through the eye of a Chod Hook this way.

Step 2. Create a loop - it may need to be larger so you can whip it up the hook shank.

Step 2. Create a loop – it may need to be larger so you can whip it up the hook shank.

Step 3. When it comes to drawing out excess material from the knot pull the loose tag end first and then the hooklink side.

Step 3. When it comes to drawing out excess material from the knot pull the loose tag end first and then the hooklink side.

Step 4. When tightening the knot fully stop the hook link being marked by the eye by drawing the knot tight over the end of your thumb.

Step 4. When tightening the knot fully stop the hook link being marked by the eye by drawing the knot tight over the end of your thumb.

Step 5. Thread on a small Covert rig ring and pass the tag end back through the eye of the hook.

Step 5. thread on a small Covert rig ring and pass the tag end back through the eye of the hook.

Step 6. Trim excess material off the tag and blob back so you are left with a small neat D...

Step 6. Trim excess material off the tag and blob back so you are left with a small neat D…

Step 7. ...that should look like this. Perfect!

Step 7. …that should look like this. Perfect!

Step 8. If your tying up a choddy use a simple 3 turn blood knot with the tag blobbed to attach a size 12 Covert Flexi-Ring Swivel.

Step 8. If your tying up a choddy use a simple 3 turn blood knot with the tag blobbed to attach a size 12 Covert Flexi-Ring Swivel.

Step 9. Theres various opinions on how curved the end section should be, but we like it just about like this

Step 9. There’s various opinions on how curved the end section should be, but we like it just about like this.

Step 10. The finished rigs.

The finished rigs.

January 22nd, 2014|Categories: Carp Rig Tying, Rig Tying|0 Comments

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