Disruption

4.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(2 customer reviews)

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Description

Gardner Disruption hooklinks feature colour segmented skins and fast sinking Dyneema cores. The length of each light and dark colour section is variable in length to enhance the hooklinks excellent camouflage qualities. This effectively breaks up the out line of the hooklink and ensures that the brown version is perfect for fishing over a variety of sandy, gravel, mud and clay lake beds, whilst the green version can be used in weedy environments and the colour sectioning really makes the hooklink blend in with the weed.

Disruption is a semi stiff coated hooklink. The extra rigidity means that the hooklink can be made to kick out away from the lead arrangement ensuring the rig reacts quicker when inhaled by a feeding carp.

Gardner Disruption skinned hooklinks feature:

  • Fast sinking, ultra-supple Dyneema inner core braid means that stripped sections of the hooklink are supple and flexible. Whether you just want a soft section by the hook or you want to create a hinge point the soft core ensures that the rig will perform just how you want it to.
  • Removable, semi-stiff, colour matched outer coating is extremely user friendly, easy to strip and knot, whilst retaining the necessary strength and stiffness to avoid tangles and tie technically advanced rigs.
  • For best results steam to straighten.
  • Disruption is available in 2 camo-colour blends – Weed Green or Mud Brown. Both feature our unique segmentation colour pattern on the skin and the core that effectively breaks up the outline of the hooklink underwater.
  • Available on 20m spools in 15lb and 25lb (rated by knot strength).
  • 15lb – low diameter without compromising strength, abrasion resistance or knotting and stripping.

    25lb – brutally strong and tough.

Breaking Strain Colour Meterage
15lb (6.8kg) Weed Green/Dark Green Disruption 20m
25lb (11.3kg) Weed Green/Dark Green Disruption 20m
15lb (6.8kg) Mud Brown/Dark Brown Disruption 20m
25lb (11.3kg) Mud Brown/Dark Brown Disruption 20m

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2 reviews for Disruption

  1. 4 out of 5

    Have just purchased this product and tied a few rigs up. Coating strips easy and in core is very fine in connection to its breaking strain. Very impressed and have no problems with knots just need to make sure they are well lubricated, take time and no rushing. Did find that using stripping tool damaged inner core but can strip off coating with finger nail just as easy with no damage.
    Using 15lb in weedy green.. Quality

  2. Hi, I am a big fan of the Gardner products, I seem to be having some difficulty tying figure 8 loops with the disruption 15lb brown, it keeps breaking just below the knot, very annoying. I do know it is probably me with the knot and closing down

    no matter what I try this happens. any advice, tried steaming down, tried plenty of water.

    how tight do you go with this knot

    Regards
    andy

    • Hi Andy,

      Thanks for contacting us with this problem, so we get the opportunity to try and offer some help and guidance.

      One of the main criteria during the development of these skinned hooklink was that they can be used with the figure of 8 loop knot. If this is causing you a headache it may be that simply by adjusting the way in which you bed down the knot will help.

      If you lubricate the knot with saliva and then apply equal tension against a puller tool (or baiting needle, etc) gently but firmly pulling down both the hooklink and the tag side of the knot at the same time you should be able to create this loop knot without rupturing the skin whilst pulling the knot down tight.

      With a lot of knots its not just the forming of the knot its how you bed it down that is so vital to attaining the best possible performance form that knot.

      If we can be of any further help please do not hesitate to contact us again.

      Regards,
      The Gardner Team

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