Mag Aligner Rig

Mag Aligner Rig

What you

What you’ll need…

Step 1. Tie a size 11 or 12 Mugga on with a knotless knot and

Step 1. Tie a size 11 or 12 Mugga on with a knotless knot and ‘blob’ the tag (optional).

Step 2. Using a sewing needle pierce the rubber grub (orientation as shown)...

Step 2. Using a sewing needle pierce the rubber grub (orientation as shown)…

Step 3. ...and carefully thread it onto your hooklink.

Step 3. …and carefully thread it onto your hooklink.

Step 4. Push the grub over the hook eye , making sure the hooklink exits in line with the hook point.

Step 4. Push the grub over the hook eye, making sure the hooklink exits in line with the hook point.

Step 5. Test it

Step 5. Test it’s lined up correctly by gently drawing the hooklink over your finger. The hook should flip over like this every time when its right.

Step 6. Either tie to a swivel or tie a loop with a figure of 8 (or 16) loop knot.

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

Step 7. For stillwater angling we prefer a short hooklink so cut down tail rubbers so they are not so obtrusive.

Step 7. For stillwater angling we prefer a short hooklink so cut down tail rubbers so they are not so obtrusive.

Step 8. All thats left to do is hook on a few maggots and tie a micromesh PVA bag of maggots onto the Flexi-Ring below the lead.

Step 8. All thats left to do is hook on a few maggots and tie a micromesh PVA bag of maggots onto the flexi ring below the lead.

The finished rig.

The finished rig.

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

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