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These durable rubber stops have a multitude of uses for float and feeder fishing. They're so tight that, once slid off the convenient sprew, they won't slip, even on fine-diameter line. They are available in three sizes, small (5mm), medium (6mm) and large (7mm). Guru's Adam Rooney explains why they're so good, We all use line stops and for years we have used other brands, so we thought, why not do our own? Rather than copying what was available, we discussed the key features we all wanted from the simple stops and produced these three sizes, which make a nice addition to the range.
Dark Matter Braid, This is a super-supple, super-heavy braided hook link with a clever banded-camou finish that blends in well over most lake beds. The tough fibre filaments are tightly woven, making for a supple-yet-tough hook link braid. It's been designed to sink extremely well, hugging the contours of the lake bed that you're fishing over for maximum subtlety. Dark Matter Braid lends itself to a host of rigs, including solid-bag presentations, the Slip-D rig, Darrell Peck's simple bottom bait rig and, of course, combi rigs. It's available in 15lb, 20lb and 30lb breaking strains.
Reaper Rest, The ultimate rod rest system! The system front and rear rests have been purpose designed to be both versatile and ultra-reliable. They have been designed to keep the rod on the rest during the most powerful of bites. The front rest features grippy rubber overmould and adjustable, double-ended arms to retain the rod. The rear rest also doubles as a front rest and both feature line-friendly, built-in line-guide systems.
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.