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TERMINAL TACKLE
On the rare occasions that I fish a chod rig I prefer to do so ‘naked’ style, without a leadcore leader. These kits allow quick and easy construction of naked chods and, so far, they appear to be super-safe as well.
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Low visibility, fluorocarbon mainline, that sinks like a brick.
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Lead-free leader material, which is supple, camo in colour and sinks extremely well.
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Unique highly abrasion resistant, braided mainline, colour calibrated for accurate depth measurement tell you depths at which you are fishing.
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Specimen flat Method feeders with a dedicated mould.
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British-made stainless swing-arm indicators, supplied with Matrix Hot Head bobbin heads, with a variety of add-on weights and head colours available.
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Fast breakdown, durable and easy to use bags.
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10m spools of heavy supple braid link that pins itself to the contours of the lake bed. Available in three breaking strains – 18, 25 and 35lb – to cater for all applications.
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I’ve long been a fan of the Arma Points, with their sharp points that seem exceptionally durable, dull coating and comprehensive range. When the latest pattern, the XSC, was added a year or so ago I immediately got my hands on some.
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The biggest concern when using any helicopter/chod-style rig is safety. A carp being able to rid itself of the lead and leader in the event of the main-line breaking is something that we should never lose sight of.
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Fast-sinking hook-link braid available on 10m spools in both green and brown.
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