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The mission was simple. Go to the busiest day-ticket complex in the UK and fish St Johns, one of the most popular lakes, which is steeped in history and full of pressured carp that have seen every trick in the book.
What do these Carp respond to? What are their favourite baits? Which rigs do the business? What do they make of hi-viz baits? Will the St Johns monsters put in eagerly anticipated appearances? With seven years of carp-fishing development since the last Underwater film, can Team Korda come out on top, or will the carp win this underwater duel?
The latest instalment in our underwater journey saw everything thrown at the team. Expecting tame spring temperatures, they instead received hurricanes and hailstones, with lashings of pain! At times it seemed like a lost cause. There were moments when it seemed like we were destined for failure... But, fate has a wonderful way of working its magic.
Do you want to see some of the most enthralling underwater footage ever produced? Do you want to see angling history being made? This is Underwater 7; sit back, put your feet up and enjoy the start of a new era in our sub-surface, carp-fishing voyage...
Lead Clip, Our standard lead clip has been updated in recent years and still sets the benchmark for reliability. They are available in a range of colours, to suit almost any lake bed conditions. By moderating how hard the tail rubber is pushed over the serrated section of the clip, you can set the pressure at which the lead is dropped, allowing you to land more carp!
COG System, A lead system that betters the hooking qualities of an inline, yet casts like a lead clip, with all its safety benefits? It doesn't exist, right? Well, such a product has just arrived at Korda HQ. After what seems like ages in the development, the COG system is finally here, in physical form. COG stands for Centre of Gravity, which is a reference to the unique way that the hook link is attached to the heaviest part of the lead, giving instant, unparalleled hooking. Put simply, this system has been designed to convert more pick-ups into fish on the bank.When to use it then? Well, it's best used over firm lake beds like gravel, sand and firm silt, rather than weed, when you're better to reach for the Heli-Safe system. It can be cast every bit as far as a normal lead clip system, although when going for extreme range, it's worth dispensing with any PVA bags as the impact could force the half-swivel out of the lead. For margin work and placing from boats, the COG is simply unrivalled. Initially, there are just two lead shapes available, flat pear and distance, which should cover you for most fishing situations. The flat pear version is best used for closer range, lowering or dropping from a boat, whereas the distance version is the one to reach for if you're having to go long for your fish. One point well worth noting is that the COG boom sections are numbered (on the swivel) because it's essential that they are used with the correct lead. If you use the wrong boom with the wrong lead, the setup simply won't work as intended.