What you

What you’ll need…

Step 1. Start off by threading a flatliner onto your mainline with a safety bead either side.

Step 1. Start off by threading a flatliner onto your mainline with a safety bead either side.

Step 2. Tie a loop knot in the end of your mainline. Chris favours a single overhand loop for this.

Step 2. Tie a loop knot in the end of your mainline. Chris favours a single overhand loop for this.

Step 3. Cut off enough 12Ib Power Gum to tie a stop knot...

Step 3. Cut off enough 12Ib Power Gum to tie a stop knot…

Step 4....a 3 turn stop knot is ideal for fixing the Flatliner controller in place.

Step 4. …a 3 turn stop knot is ideal for fixing the Flatliner controller in place.

Step 5. When it is finished (leaving a small tag) carefully move the stop down to the loop knot.

Step 5. When it is finished (leaving a small tag) carefully move the stop down to the loop knot.

Step 6. Repeat with another stop knot beind the upper bead to keep the controller in position and create a bolt effect.

Step 6. Repeat with another stop knot beind the upper bead to keep the controller in position and create a bolt effect.

Step 7. Tie on your favoured hook; Chris has gone for a size 10 Barbless Incizor and uses a reliable 4 turn grinner.

Step 7. Tie on your favoured hook; Chris has gone for a size 10 Barbless Incizor and uses a reliable 4 turn grinner.

Step 8. Pull off a generous 5 foot of your chosen hook link material.

Step 8. Pull off a generous 5 foot of your chosen hook link material.

Step 9. Tie a loop knot in the end of your hooklink and attach the two sections loop to loop.

Step 9. Tie a loop knot in the end of your hooklink and attach the two sections loop to loop.

Step 10. The finished rig with a soft hookable floater and a small Fishnet PVA bag of identical free offering. Now your ready to go.

Step 10. The finished rig with a soft hookable floater and a small Fishnet PVA bag of identical free offering. Now your ready to go.