23 April, 2018 |0 Comments
Its one of carp fishing’s most versatile and successful rigs. Want to know how to tie it? Follow our simple, step by step guide to tying the Multi Rig…
What situation can you use Multi rigs for?
A brilliant and versatile rig that can be fished almost anywhere on any venue, whether it be to showing fish, low weed, silt and gravel.
What components do I need?
Out turned eyed hook or chod hook. Some coated braid, a bit of tungsten putty, one hook bead, one bait screw or small swivel.
How do I tie a Multi-rig?
Step 1. Take around 12 inches of your chosen coated braid.
Step 2: Make a large loop using a figure of eight knot, moisten the knot then pull tight using a puller tool.
Do the same at the other end to attach to your end tackle but keep this loop a bit smaller.
Step 3: Strip back a few mm of the braid down to the large loop
Step 4: Slide a hookbead onto the hook shank. This will help keep everything tidy once tied.
Step 5: Thread the braid loop (the large loop end) through the eye of the hook followed by a swivel or bait screw. Then pull the loop round and over the hook point and pull it down tight to the hook bead.
Step 6: Add your chosen pop-up to the bait screw or swivel. Our Foodbait pop-ups are perfect for this rig
Step 7: Add some putty to the loop knot. This will critically balance the rig and create a rapid hooking effect when the carp sucks up the bait
The finished rig should look like this when in the water