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9 January, 2019 | Carp | Tips | Articles

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How to tie the Mohawk rig

It has become a deadly rig for carp fishing in winter as Richie Leat proved recently when he banked an incredible 17 thirties and two forties in just six nights fishing. Here’s a step by step on how to tie it…

 

Step 1: Tie a Ronnie rig in the usual way. CLICK HERE to see how to tie one if you’ve never done it before.

 

ronnie rig - shrink tubing your carp rigs

 

 

Step 2: Thread a 15mm Monster Tigernut Foodbait pop-up onto a length of floss

SEQ 1) Start by threading a 15mm Tiger Nut pop-up onto a length of floss

 

Step 3: Now, carefully thread on the maggots, making sure you don’t burst them

SEQ 2) Now, carefully thread on the maggots, making sure you don't burst them

 

Step 4: Pass one end of the floss through the eye of the sewing needle

Pass one end of the floss through the eye of the sewing needle

 

 

Step 5: Push the maggots onto the floss and tie a few overhand knots to secure

Push the maggots onto the floss and tie a few overhand knots to secure

 

Step 6: Blob the end of the floss so the knot doesn’t come undone

Richie will then carefully blob the end of the floss so the knowt doesn't come undone

 

Step 7: The finished Mohawk rig will look like this – lots of smell, taste, attraction and movement. It works for Richie, it can work for you too!

The finished Mohawk rig will look like this - lots of smell, taste, attracation and movement

 

 

Fished with Richie’s matching spod mix. What carp could resist! Learn how to create Richie’s matching spod mix here

 

The Mohawk rig

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