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This super-fine bore silicone is just the job for tweaking your hair rig presentation. The 0.3mm bore is fine enough to ensure that it grips the shank of hooks as small as size 20. Adam Rooney rarely casts out without some silicone trapping the hair to the shank of his QM1 or MWG hooks.
Krimps, This clever system will allow us all to reach brand-new heights of neatness in rig creation. The Krimps and Krimp tool have been designed to allow easy rig construction with stiff materials (at the moment we only recommend Hybrid Stiff, Mouth Trap and Boom). In particular, we're really excited about the potential to create extremely neat loops for chod rigs and Boom sections. Not only this, but using Krimps will allow you to create chod rigs that are exactly the same length each and every time. There are two sizes of Krimp available, which have been designed to suit different materials. The smaller one will suit stiff bristle materials like Mouth Trap and stiff coated braids, like our Hybrid Stiff, and the larger one is perfect for really thick materials (like 30lb plus mono or the 35lb Boom). The product development team went to extreme lengths to make sure that the Krimps and Krimp tools were exactly right, having to overcome various problems along the way. The complexity of getting the tool and Krimps just right has meant that this has been a long development, but we're sure that it's been well worth the wait.
Baiting Needle, Our Super-Fine Baiting needles have been designed to cause the absolute minimum damage to delicate hook baits when hair rigging. This is possible thanks to the fine, stainless steel needle, which has a recessed barb and tapered point. The flared handle allows you to exert enough pressure to penetrate harder baits without slipping.
QC Ring Swivel - Round, These clever swivels have been designed to make chod-rig fishing even easier. They feature a rounded crook rather than a conventional eye, into which you can clip a looped chod. To create the loop, you can either tie an overhand loop or crimp a loop into the end. These loops can then be 'clicked' into the loop and won't come out unless you want to change a rig. The swivels are PTFE coated, which prevents light glinting off, potentially spooking feeding carp.