3 rigs per pack. Manufactured in the UK.
Essentially, the combination of this hook pattern’s in-turned eye, swept shank and amazing razor sharp point is the perfect combination for getting the most out of the Ronnie rig, as it creates a fast and aggressive reacting hooking mechanism that takes a firm hook hold. Each end section features a mat finished sliding Covert Hook Swivel, held in position with a Covert Hook Stop. This phenomenal rig has been tried, tested and proven time and time again on big carp waters across the UK and Europe with truly devastating results!
To get started, all you need to do is tie your favoured hooklink material onto the Flexi-Ring, tailoring the hooklink length and material to the nature of the lake bed you’re fishing over and the lead arrangement that you are using. As a rough guide we recommend monofilaments like our hugely successful Trick-Link and Invisi-Link for Helicopter rigs, and softer hooklinks like the awesome Ultra Skin or Ultra Sink skinned hooklinks on Covert Lead Clips (or similar) arrangements. It can even be fished as a naked chod style presentation, that is an awesome and often overlooked application of the Ronnie…
Finally, all you need to do is tie on a pop up that is buoyant enough to hold the rig section up. You should add a small amount of Critical Mass (Tungsten Putty) moulded around the shrink tubing, that holds the XT Swivel in place, so the rig sinks slowly to the lakebed. If the hookbait is not buoyant enough the hook will not be able to rotate freely, and this will detract from the rig’s ultimate performance.
We generally prefer to use and recommend a small pop up. The easiest way to attach readymade pop ups is to thread a section of main line or dental floss onto the hook swivel and pull the two tags through the bait. Pull the dental floss through the bait whilst pushing the pop up onto the Covert Hook Swivel eye (which helps keep it in place). Finally, tie several granny knots flush to the outside of the hook bait, trim the floss to 1cm and blob the tag ends to secure the hook bait firmly in place.