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smudge_carp
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smudge_carp
   Old Thread  #7 1 Nov 2023 at 9.25pm    Login    Register
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Jimmers532
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   Old Thread  #6 1 Nov 2023 at 8.28pm    Login    Register
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Itís the one titled Ďfishing for a uk 60 that anyone can fish forí , I think itís the latest one, around 13 minutes in 👍
smudge_carp
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   Old Thread  #5 31 Oct 2023 at 2.38pm    Login    Register
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What one was it? Iíd like to give it a watch
jimimak
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   Old Thread  #4 24 Oct 2023 at 5.47pm    Login    Register
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You can fish a drop off inline in a solid bag - much better IMHO for solid bags than lead clips. You can either use the gemini or Avid stems with the inline leads with a slot in so the leads drop off on a take. Or, my preferred method is a short length of lead-free leader with a big-ring swivel spliced one end, and a loop the other. The lead free leader goes through the rubber sleeve, wraps around the outside of the inline lead and the swivel barrel pushes into the hole at the bottom of the lead where the line would normally come through, just pull it tight and it'll hold on casts/retrieves, but will always drop off on a take. Lead free leader can be a long as you like, but I just use about 6 inches or so - just enough so I can pre-tie the PVA bags, and just a simple grinner or loop-to-loop to your mainline.

That said, you can (and I have done on my current water) use the Korda hybrid lead clips to pre-tie PVA bags. Its fiddly but you can just about pre-tie the PVA bag with everything in it with just the loop of the Korda hybrid lead clip poking out the top - again, simple grinner or loop-to-loop - using a grinner you can of course still use rig tubing.
Jimmers532
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   Old Thread  #3 22 Oct 2023 at 8.53pm    Login    Register
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Iíve just watched this 👍 exactly what I wanted to hear, definitely giving it a try.
inzenity
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inzenity
   Old Thread  #2 22 Oct 2023 at 8.20pm    Login    Register
I don't (more a mesh guy), but Joe from Carp Angle does and has a nice run down of using clips in bags in one of his videos. Don't know which one, one of the earlier ones i believe.
Jimmers532
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   Old Thread  #1 22 Oct 2023 at 8.13pm    Login    Register
Does anybody use a leadclip in a solid bag ? I use leadclips for pretty much all my fishing, I like the idea of using them in a solid bag so I can drop the lead easily on a weedy lake and change to other types of rigs easily. Anybody had success with lead clips in bags ?
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