UN­VEILED: NEW WON­DER RIG

THE RON­NIE RIG

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Gard­ner Tackle’s LEWIS READ lifts the lid on the rig of the mo­ment…

“IT DOES THE JOB AMAZ­INGLY”

360-DE­GREE RO­TA­TION SU­PERB HOOK HOLDS EASY TO CON­STRUCT

THERE are rigs – and then there are rigs. Some stand the test of time and work year af­ter year.

Oth­ers are more tran­sient in na­ture – their tan­gi­ble ben­e­fits are the fig­ment of a twisted mind, and they don’t of­fer any real ad­van­tage in terms of catch­ing carp!

This one, how­ever, is very spe­cial. It’s a rig that’s been used suc­cess­fully on the quiet for a few years now, be­ing de­ployed as a tool piv­otal in catch­ing some phe­nom­e­nal big fish from a num­ber of wa­ters. But now the word is out.

The Ron­nie rig of­fers the ben­e­fits of a su­per-con­sis­tent low pop-up pre­sen­ta­tion, fished the height of a hook and a swivel of

THE RON­NIE RIG

“THE RON­NIE RIG WILL STAND THE TEST OF TIME”

TIE LEWIS’S RON­NIE RIG Start by cut­ting a 1cm length of large Covert shrink tub­ing. Care­fully shrink the tub­ing down us­ing the steam from a ket­tle. Po­si­tion the shrink tub­ing on the hook shank. Now you can slide a size 20 Tar­get Swivel on to the hook. At­tach the hook to a size 12 Kwik Lok Flexi Ring swivel. Fol­low this with a hook stop to keep the swivel in place

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