Step-By-Step instruction for making “Multi Rig” from Nash experts. Multi Rig is a universal presentation for catching on a pop-up. This rigging is very variable and provides you with an excellent resection mechanics. Thanks to the D-loop in the “Multi-Rig”, the hook starts to turn very aggressively, allowing you to achieve a resection as fast as possible – as soon as the fish begins to suck the nozzle. The notches with this rigging are very qualitative and often happen to occur in the centre of the lower lip, which says about a minimal number of gatherings.
One of the functional advantages that give you a “Multi-Rig” is the ability to quickly replace the hook without a need to tie your leash completely. If an active biting planned or bites are expected to occur only for a short period, then you can quickly replace your hook with a new sharp one, without the need of wasting time on knitting loops, joints and other fuss with «telex-box». You will be ready to reboot your rod in a few seconds.
The main thing: where, why and when?
- A rigging for catching on pop-ups
- It is excellent for picking with a single nozzle or on a bait-laden patch
- It rarely flounders during long-distance throws
- It can use on any bottom
Components of the riggings:
- Comlink 25lb Twister hook
- Silicone tubing with a diameter of 1 mm
- A hook silicone stopper Medium Diffusion Camo Clinger
- A hook ring with a diameter of 3 mm
Step-By-Step instruction for making “Multi Rig.”
Step 1. Tie the loop to the end of your drive material and do not remove the braid. The more you make a circle, the more your nozzle will raise from the bottom. The minimum length of the loop is slightly longer than the length of the hook.
Step 2. Pull the loop through the eyelet of the Chod Twister hook from the side of a sting, as it shown on a picture. Then pass the hook sting through the loop, and now your hook is attached to the circuit.
Step 3. Put a small piece of silicone tubing with a diameter of 1 millimetre on the lead material.
Step 4. Moisten your silicone tubing and slide on the loop over the eye of your hook. It will allow you to hold the leash in the same place.
Step 5. Remove a loop from your hook through the sting and put on it the hook ring. A pretty large 3 millimetres ring gives you better mobility to the finished rigging.
Step 6. Then again, put the hook through the loop.
Step 7. Pass the hook sting through the hole on a flat end of the Clinger hook stopper. Spot the stop on the Tsevi to form a large D-loop.
Step 8. Remove a small portion of the braid above the hinge assembly and the eyelet of the hook. It will improve the mobility of tooling and also the notch. Add a soft lead of Cling-On to balance the pop-up. Tie or attach the nozzle to the ring with using a piece of braid. The rig is ready to use.