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Stow Bars are the ultimate snag-fishing accessory. They are rod-retaining bars that allow you to fish locked-up, with the clutch screwed down tight, without the worry that you might lose a rod on a vicious take. They are available in black and silver versions to suit your personal preference. Each lightweight aluminium retaining bar screws into the bracket independently, allowing you to fish with both bars, or just the one.
Faux Pocket Tee, An all-natural, lightweight T-shirt that’s super soft against your skin and totally breathable. The Faux Pocket T is made from 100% cotton, with a ‘peach’ finish, that gives a soft feel, thanks to its velvety texture. The name comes from the camouflaged false pocket design that makes this T-shirt equally at home on the high street as on the bank. It’s available in a charcoal colour with subtle Korda logo on the reverse.
IQ D-Rigs, These IQ D-Rigs are easily the most talked-about presentation from the latest Underwater films. Not only that but the rig’s inventor, Danny Fairbrass, has used it to great effect both at home and abroad in the last couple of seasons. He’s been steadily tweaking the rig to get it working perfectly, and you can benefit because it’s now available in ready-tied form. It has to be said that Dan’s version of the D-rig can be a little daunting to tie, so we’ve taken all the complexity out of your fishing with these impeccably tied ready rigs. They have been hand-tied to Dan’s exacting specifications, even down to the whipping knot. The IQ D-rig is a fabulous rig to use for wary carp, thanks to its inherent stiffness and the superb anti-eject properties that the swivel sliding on the large D arrangement gives. The IQ D-rig is perfect for use with a boilie approach and Dan nearly always uses it with one of his wafter hook baits, which just sit above the hook when on the lake bed. The rigs are available in barbed and barbless variants, and in sizes four, which is tied to 15lb IQ2, six, which is tied to 12lb IQ2 and eight, which is tied to 10lb IQ2.
Boom, Boom is a game-changing fluorocarbon! It’s our first fluorocarbon that can be crimped, which opens up a world of uses for rig tying. Its prime function is for creating stiff boom sections to help kick the hook bait away from the lead system, something Boom does each and every cast. You can use it to make combi-rigs, or out-and-out stiff rigs, for pop-ups and bottom baits alike. Your imagination is the only limit to its rig applications. Being a fluorocarbon, Boom blends with all lake bed types and, thanks to its subtle, green tint, it’s always inconspicuous to carp feeding around it. Boom is available in 0.55mm and 0.65mm, on 15m spools.
SkyLiner MkII Spod, A little while back, we re-vamped the design and colour to evolve the MKII. Firstly, the body of the spod has changed from black to a carpy green colour. We have also taken the front flights nearest the nose cone off, which means the spods flight will not be as badly affected in cross winds. In addition, all of our spods now come with detachable spod tails. These are stiff, which assists casting performance and also makes filling with bait much easier. The Korda Skyliner Spod MKII is a cross breed of all the best parts of modern day bait rockets. It is the result of many thousands of hours spent spodding by Team Korda. The combined design features give you a spod that: Casts further than anything in its class Loses very little feed out of the back Is less affected by cross winds, dumps the load quickly Is easily seen at any distance and retrieves so smoothly it feels like its not there. It also features a unique hole configuration makes the spod literally glide along the surface with virtually no resistance, this feature alone makes it miles better than the rest. The spod is easy to fill - we recommend a mix of particles like hemp and partiblend with some pellets and small or broken boilies as an ideal mix. The pellets will break down and form a stodgy mix, which causes a cloud effect in the water and stops any spillage out the bag of the spod in flight. Use a fairly long drop to get the rod working for you. The ideal drop would see the spod around level with the spigot of the rod if the rod were dead upright.