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 New Posts  Heaviest and most subtle rig tubing ??
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RPCARPY
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RPCARPY
   Old Thread  #13 7 Feb 2024 at 12.53pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #12
Not 100% sure mate but I think it is made for the original tubing rather than the nano - best check with Korda - I emailed them a couple of years ago and they replied virtually straight away
carlos0012
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carlos0012
   Old Thread  #12 15 Jan 2024 at 6.26pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #11
Would the nano work alongside the Korda heli safes (tube version obviously)….???

Carl
RPCARPY
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RPCARPY
   Old Thread  #11 29 Dec 2023 at 12.37pm  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #9
Second this, the nano is brilliant stuff
MARKerz
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   Old Thread  #10 27 Dec 2023 at 11.32am  1  Login    Register
MCF Hugger Tubing was the best for suppleness when I was looking for a new tubing after the Rigmarole tubing was banned on some of my lakes.
I just use the Grey version.
Leeroyjenkins
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Leeroyjenkins
   Old Thread  #9 27 Dec 2023 at 11.09am  1  Login    Register
The Korda nano is fantastic. I never got on with the normal korda stuff, I've tried it all being on a lake with tubing only. And I couldn't recommend it enough
RKB
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RKB
   Old Thread  #8 27 Dec 2023 at 10.49am    Login    Register
The Korda Dark Matter is heavy and supple.
ip100
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ip100
   Old Thread  #7 26 Dec 2023 at 10.51pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #5
Oh right, you mean supple, not subtle. Yes is very supple
OatcakeFred
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OatcakeFred
   Old Thread  #6 26 Dec 2023 at 10.30pm    Login    Register
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The HLS stuff is really heavy and really supple. It's also pretty cheap. The only downside is that all 3 colours are pretty dark, but if you can live with that, then use it with confidence.
carlos0012
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carlos0012
   Old Thread  #5 26 Dec 2023 at 10.20pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #4
No I mean subtle as in it bends over contors etc more making it subtle

“ fine or delicate in meaning or intent; difficult to perceive or understand “….
ip100
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ip100
   Old Thread  #4 26 Dec 2023 at 9.54pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #3
Because it sinks down onto the lake bed better, hiding it. Making it subtle/not stand out
carlos0012
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carlos0012
   Old Thread  #3 26 Dec 2023 at 9.38pm    Login    Register
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Does it, how does it weighing more make it more subtle ???…..and the braid doesn’t make it stand out ??
ip100
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ip100
   Old Thread  #2 26 Dec 2023 at 9.28pm    Login    Register
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Imo it's the weight that makes them subtle. The rigmarole freefall is what I use, it's braided ,quite thick, but sinks like a brick which is what helps hide it
carlos0012
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carlos0012
   Old Thread  #1 26 Dec 2023 at 9.11pm    Login    Register
As the title suggests, what’s everyone’s opinions on the best rig tubing out there, ideally the heaviest and most subtle ??

The reason I ask is I have tried most but now have bags of the stuff randomly and obviously nothing labelled lol…

now I’m sure I didn’t get on with the Korda heavy stuff or the ridgemonkey ones… I’m pretty sure the one I thought was a amazing and subtle was the ESP one years ago or maybe Nash ( noticeable difference)….

but like I say now have random lengths of mixed tubings and for the life of me can’t recall..

Subtleness is probably more important to me than the weight as they all work well and obviously are ‘heavy’ , so that’s much the same selling point for all companies ….

Any thoughts appreciated once again


Carl
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