Ready made Premium Ronnie - Spinner Rigs
The Ronnie Rig or Spinner rig was the best kept secret in big carp fishing for many years. It is often now found in many anglers armoury because just how effective this rig is when using a pop ups or wafters using the small bait big hook approach. The hook sits there ready and primed to nail the fish. The Boom material kicks your bait away from your weight and then turns invisible on the lake bed. The boom material also eliminates tangles on the cast so you can be confident that your rig is sitting right on the bottom. In the event of a aborted take the rig will reset itself ready for the next fish.
There is 2 options of boom material, clear Amnesia which is memory free so it can be straightened without the need of steam, simply pull the rig straight again should it get kinked when fighting a fish, the other option is the new Camo option, this is a subtly green and brown fleck, designed to blend in to any substrate and particularly effective when the water starts to clear. The camo boom is also highly abrasion resistant and around 50lb breaking strain (still being around the same thickness as Korda Boom).
Korda Spinner hooks are also available for this rig
- Excellent reset properties
- Anti tangle
- Uninhibited hook rotation
- Anti eject
Tips for optimal usage:
With the range of kicker colours available with this rig, you can either choose to conceal your rig by using a colour similar to the bottom or your hook bait, or you can use the Carps inquisitive nature to your advantage by using a bright colour to stand out!
When using a pop up or wafter bait you should check to ensure the rig is sitting properly prior to fishing. You want the hook section to stand up right but the boom to lay flat, if you find that the boom lifts up add a bit of rig putty around the crimp nearest to the hook. If the hook dont sit upright either add some rig cork to your pop up or use a bigger pop up to get the optimal presentation. With a wafter bait, you want the hook to lay flat, if it lifts up with the buoyancy of your bait simply trim the boilie down with some scissors.
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