Multi Rig

What you

What you’ll need…

Step 1. Skinned hooklinks are perfect for tying Multi-Rigs. We

Step 1. Skinned hooklinks are perfect for tying Multi-Rigs. We’ve chosen Sly Skin as it’s the stiffest skinned hooklink in the GT range. Cut off 6 inches more than the finished hooklink.

Step 2. Form a Fig.8 loop knot at both ends. Make sure the loop at one end is large enough to fit a hook through (length ways).

Step 2. Form a Fig.8 loop knot at both ends. Make sure the loop at one end is large enough to fit a hook through (length ways).

Step 3. Make sure that the loops knots at both ends are fully bedded (tightened) down. Here, we are using one of

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. Once the knots are securely bedded, trim of the excess from each knot.

Step 4. Once the knots are securely bedded, trim of the excess from each knot.

Step 5. Using the larger loop, strip a small portion of the skin away from the hooklink just below the loop knot.

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

Step 6. Push the loop through the eye of the hook. We have used a size 6 Covert Chod hook, but Inczors work really well too.

Step 6. Push the loop through the eye of the hook. We have used a size 6 Covert Chod hook, but Inczors work really well too.

Step 7. slip a large Covert Rig ring onto the portion of hooklink loop you have already passed through the eye of the hook.

Step 7. Slip a large Covert Rig Ring onto the portion of hooklink loop you have already passed through the eye of the hook.

Step 8. Secure the hook and rig ring in position by passing the loop over the hook as shown.

Step 8. Secure the hook and rig ring in position by passing the loop over the hook as shown.

Step 9. With the hooklink and ring now in position it should look like this - with the hooklink forming a

Step 9. With the hooklink and ring now in position it should look like this – with the hooklink forming a ‘D’ on the back of the shank, with the rig ring on it.

Step 10. Mould on just enough Critical Mass Tungsten Putty to make the hook and pop up hook bait sink when testing it in the edge.

Step 10. Mould on just enough Critical Mass Tungsten Putty to make the hook and pop up hook bait sink when testing it in the edge.

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

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