New ready-to-fish Korda rigs are su­perb

Angling Times (UK) - - TACKLE NEWS -

Ready-tofish rigs by Korda are im­pres­sive

UN­DER the guid­ing in­flu­ence of Danny Fair­brass and Damien Clarke, Korda has a de­served rep­u­ta­tion for in­no­va­tive carp fish­ing prod­ucts.

The Es­sex firm’s Un­der­wa­ter DVDs en­abled an­glers to see ex­actly what their main­lines and rigs looked like un­der the sur­face. Feed­ing habits, bites and aborted takes from big carp could all be wit­nessed in an­glers’ liv­ing rooms.

To the list you can also add the cham­pi­oning of PVA tac­tics, unique leads, be­spoke hooks, and a raft of ‘must-have’ carpy ac­ces­sories. Even in such exalted com­pany, Korda’s lat­est ready-tied rigs are quite ex­cep­tional.

Ev­ery as­pect of the me­chan­ics is per­fectly ex­e­cuted. I’ve viewed all the vari­a­tions un­der a mag­ni­fy­ing cam­era lens, and the closer I looked, the bet­ter they be­came.

With su­perbly com­pressed knot­less knots, mil­lime­tre-per­fect loops around swivels, ideal length hairs, cor­rectly placed kick­ers, and seam­less, iden­ti­cal strip­ping lengths of coated braids, they ren­der home-tied rigs pretty much ob­so­lete.

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