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ip100
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ip100
   Old Thread  #34 31 Oct 2023 at 3.49pm  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #33
Spot on. The loop does not slip.
Busted
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   Old Thread  #33 31 Oct 2023 at 3.00pm  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #29
The loop will never close on the cast, it'sa non-issue. Think about it. It takes pressure on both the hook and lead to close the loop. On the cast the resistance is on the bait
frothey
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frothey
   Old Thread  #32 30 Oct 2023 at 9.09pm  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #31
Plenty strong enough. Like Joss said, makes tying combiís a doddle
RPCARPY
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RPCARPY
   Old Thread  #31 30 Oct 2023 at 5.33pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #30
have you been using the ones with the small ring fused on? How strong are they? That small ring worries me a bit but like the idea
Frenzy
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Frenzy
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   Old Thread  #30 30 Oct 2023 at 9.05am    Login    Register
In reply to Post #29
re the Gemini booms for this rig, ive recently been using them. massively impressed with them and makes tying them up even easier.
jimimak
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jimimak
   Old Thread  #29 25 Oct 2023 at 10.45am    Login    Register
In reply to Post #1
To stop it slipping use either a short length of silicon tubing or one of the many Kickers. They're resistive enough to stop the loop closing on a cast, but, will often close if you "get done" - or at least that's my belief.

You can easily change the hook by sliding the kicker of silicon tubing off.

Also, an alternative to using an Albright - you can use a boom section with a small ring crimped on, or Gemini do some booms with small rings fused on the end for attaching short braided loops for multi-rigs
SamB
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   Old Thread  #28 29 Sept 2023 at 9.18am    Login    Register
In reply to Post #26
Probably makes no difference in the real world but theoretically in terms of mechanics for a pop-up version I prefer having a supple bit between the weight and the stiff bit, this is what replaces the swivel in allowing the curved stiff part to spin.
shockleader
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shockleader
   Old Thread  #27 29 Sept 2023 at 9.00am    Login    Register
In reply to Post #26
I tried using a hook bead but still didn't really like it. I changed over from 20lb Mouthtrap to 30lb TA Recoil and it behaves much better. No chance of the D moving now. And if you give the rig a good tug, pulling the micro ring swivel down to the eye, it makes a handy kink in the D that looks really good. I'll give it a go this weekend. Thank for all the advice.
Greekskii
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Greekskii
   Old Thread  #26 28 Sept 2023 at 7.39pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #23
I thought this is what we were talking about with the hinged multi rig all along. This is what I use but the putty is over the knot with the uncoated section behind that and as mentioned a hook bead on the hook to trap the loop in place. On hard bottoms ill over weight the pop up. Produces some real solid hook holds.
SamB
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   Old Thread  #25 28 Sept 2023 at 6.29pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #23
Yep thats it, but for a bottom bait I give the end of the stiff section (wherre the knot is) a bend like a kicker and I use a wide gape or longshank hook so the d rig is locked in place.
CityKoi
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CityKoi
   Old Thread  #24 28 Sept 2023 at 5.41pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #23
Yes I like that alot
carpe_diem
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carpe_diem
   Old Thread  #23 28 Sept 2023 at 4.42pm    Login    Register
Iíll throw this into the mix although I fish it with only a small area of uncoated braid and putty mounted round the knot

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carpstar40
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carpstar40
   Old Thread  #22 28 Sept 2023 at 2.31pm  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #20
And caught me a 35 linear & repeat 37 mirror from my syndicate a few weeks ago, the 35 linear is the reason for joining back in 2014.
CityKoi
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CityKoi
   Old Thread  #21 28 Sept 2023 at 1.22pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #20
Million per cent confidence in this rig right now.
SamB
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   Old Thread  #20 28 Sept 2023 at 12.14pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #19

In which case it is a stiff hinge rig.
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