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Due to the four flat sides on the lead, it's virtually impossible for the carp to roll this lead on the bottom. This means the carp has to move the whole lead, so feeling the full weight instantly. The compact shape plus the flat sides and smooth tapering make the square pear inline the most effective bolt lead available today. If you are fishing ultra hard waters or need to improve the efficiency of your bolt rig the square pear inline is the only lead to use. The large flat surface area creates as much grip on the lakebed as possible. This enables you to fish on marginal shelves and slopes, on top of or on sides of bars without fear of the rig rolling down. The improved grip also allows you to get a super tight line, ideal at range or when fishing against snags. This makes this lead perfect when boating out baits on big foreign waters or when river fishing
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15" QM1 Speed Stop, These ready-tied rigs are perfect for use with bomb, feeder and waggler use. They feature the radical QM1 pattern, which provide the most secure hook holds going. The rigs are supplied on EVA spools, which fit perfectly into the Guru Rig Box for storage. The Speed Stop bait attachment allows for speedy baiting with soft baits, such as luncheon meat, corn and worms, as well as boilies.
Extenda Stops, On days when bites are hard to come by or when you are getting takes but losing fish, subtle changes such as making the hair longer or changing the bait size can make a huge difference to your results. By using the different length Extenda Stops, it is easy to lengthen the hair or alternatively change the size of the hook bait from anywhere between 16mm and 24mm, without having to tie a new rig. The shape of the Extenda Stop also makes it very difficult for crayfish to pull them off, making them a must when fishing on waters that suffer from crayfish problems.