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Big Fish Feeder Rigs

Ade Kiddell is renowned for his big river fish captures. Here's his favourite rig!

During the last few weeks I have attended several shop open days and given some presentations at various fishing clubs around the country and one of the items that gets a lot of interest is my chosen rig for most of my river fishing, the Korum Running Rig.

Firstly lots of anglers are not aware of its existence and furthermore some that are using it are not taking full advantage of this great rig set up. Hopefully by using the method I describe more of you can make this rig become as effective for you as it has been for me

How To... Set up a Running Rig

Step01: These are the simple components of the Running Rig Kit. All you need to add is your main line, a feeder and your hook link.

Step02: Thread the run rig and offset bead on the main line and then tie the swivel to the line using your chosen knot. I prefer a Grinner or Palomar knot.

2: Stretch the rig sleeve, this makes it more supple and easier to complete the rig.

3: Thread the hook-link through the pointed end of the rig sleeve

4: Tie the hook-link to the swivel (again its a palomar or grinner)

5: Moisten the swivel and then form the rig by first sliding the rig sleeve over the eye of the swivel and then sliding the offset rubber over the barrel of the swivel and make sure the top of the rig sleeve tucks inside the bottom of the offset rubber

Step06: Clip on your feeder, add some bait an you are ready to fish! It really is that simple.


Top Tip...

Know Your Knots

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