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CityKoi
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CityKoi
   Old Thread  #28 31 Jan 2024 at 3.47pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #1
yep running rigs 99.99% , I like a long stiffish boom type hook link, at least a foot long. maybe more if deep silt or silk weed. I use the fox angled run beads kit for all my running rigs. Also get a couple cm extra drop on the lead because of the run bead, extra bit of confidence fishing over substrates.
Muddy_Hi-Lux
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Muddy_Hi-Lux
   Old Thread  #27 29 Jan 2024 at 3.34pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #17
Not a vegan then? They'd just be offended.
nicky_napkins
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nicky_napkins
   Old Thread  #26 25 Jan 2024 at 7.46pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #24
Are they 4.99 for just 1 ?
scozza
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   Old Thread  #25 25 Jan 2024 at 3.11pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #24
Used them, the bolt and run ones are even better in my experiences, bolt, run, stop, trying to shake the hook and then run again lol

SnapSh0ts
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SnapSh0ts
   Old Thread  #24 25 Jan 2024 at 2.16pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #23
I have been using Korum's run rigs, nice big ring and the part that goes over the swivel is angled to it helps kick out the rig at an angle when casting, very rarely get any tangles.

The new Nash Run Clip works pretty well also.
scozza
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   Old Thread  #23 25 Jan 2024 at 10.44am    Login    Register
Have a look at the Korum bolts and run rigs, best of both worlds, on my barbel rods and now carp, absolutely brilliant, super safe too, no lead trailers
mark1009
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   Old Thread  #22 24 Jan 2024 at 4.50pm  3  Login    Register
Situation dependant, as with rigs. Horses for courses, The Derby winner wouldn't finish the Grand National. Best is purely subjective, not only in this situation, but most in life.
tenchonly
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tenchonly
   Old Thread  #21 24 Jan 2024 at 2.24pm    Login    Register
Dependent on the venue but usually both rods on a running rig.
Fivenil
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Fivenil
   Old Thread  #20 24 Jan 2024 at 12.53pm  1  Login    Register
2 running rigs and a chod at the moment.
Baitman
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Baitman
   Old Thread  #19 24 Jan 2024 at 12.23pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #18
In a couple of hours I will have both on runnng leads, but that's barbel fishing on the river
Dazjones
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Dazjones
   Old Thread  #18 24 Jan 2024 at 11.48am    Login    Register
At the moment, I have 1 on a solid bag, 1 on a heli setup and 1 on a running setup.

Daz
SnapSh0ts
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SnapSh0ts
   Old Thread  #17 24 Jan 2024 at 10.20am  3  Login    Register
In reply to Post #16
People who use running rigs are like vegatarians, they are a minority but they have to tell everyone


I didn't know this was possible but i am humored AND offended at the same
Baitman
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Baitman
   Old Thread  #16 24 Jan 2024 at 0.53am  10  Login    Register
In reply to Post #15
People who use running rigs are like vegetarians, they are a minority but they have to tell everyone

Leeroyjenkins
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Leeroyjenkins
   Old Thread  #15 23 Jan 2024 at 11.47pm  2  Login    Register
In reply to Post #14
You are. 650 people have viewed this thread. And a handfull have said they use running rigs.
Baza1075
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   Old Thread  #14 23 Jan 2024 at 11.35pm    Login    Register
I thought I was in a minority using running or lightly fixed leads a lot of the time.
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