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This is a finely woven braid that's mega supple and ultra strong. Due to its suppleness, Supernatural will gently rest over the contours of the lake bed laying flat and out of the carp's way. This suppleness also makes it just about as good a solid-bag hook link as you can get. It's championed by the likes of Ian Poole, which shows you just how good it is. If the carp in your water have been hammered on the popular coated braids, give this a try because it presents something that is completely different to them. Supernatural is available in Weedy Green and Gravel Brown, which makes it blend in with many different lake bed types.
Classics, This timeless sunglasses style is uber-cool, and there are three versions to choose from, all of which have the finest quality lenses. First, we have the matt-tortoiseshell Classics with a brown lens. Then, there’s the matt-black framed version, which boasts grey lenses, and finally there’s the demi-tortoiseshell models with yellow lenses.
Speed Bead, This ingenious little bead has been designed solely to help you put more fish in your net, quicker. They comprise a rubber outer bead, against which your feeder or bomb can come to rest, with an internal, quick-change swivel that allows you to change your hook links in the blink of an eye. The significance of this is, of course, that if a hook link is damaged, it's even easier to get fishing again, in double-quick time. The Speed Bead has met with the approval of the Gurus, headed by Steve Ringer, and you'll see them using it to great effect over the coming months.
Skyliner Inline, The Skyliner is the same shape as the Swivel Distance lead so it possesses many of the same qualities. Like the swivel version, it is designed as the longest casting lead in the inline range. Check out the background information on the Swivel Distance lead to learn how the shape first got into the range.
SUBline, SUBline is fast becoming a modern classic. It's a true big-fish hunter's line, with all the performance and reliability that you could ask for in a monofilament main line. It's incredibly tough and abrasion resistant, yet it casts extremely well, thanks to its suppleness. As you'd expect, it also sinks like a brick, making it the go-to line for many of the carp scene's biggest names.