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This fantastic rig allows you to change your hook within seconds. The Multi Rig, also known as the Jon Mac Rig to many, is only suited to fishing pop-ups. It features a D on the shank of the hook of which your pop-up is attached to via dental floss. Take a look at the sequence to learn how to tie this big carp rig.
Learn how to tie the Multi Rig now step by step....
The steps are listed out above by scrolling through the images and we have also laid them out for you below.
Step 1: Ideally you need a hook with an out-turned eye and a coated braid to tie the Multi Rig. Here's a list of some stuff you will need (and you can see the full list in the carousel images above):
- Dark Matter Putty - find out more here: http://www.korda.co.uk/fishingtackle/dark-matter/dark-matter-putty
- N Trap Soft Coated Braid - find out more about this here: http://www.korda.co.uk/fishingtackle/line-and-hook-links/n-trap-soft
- Choddy - find out more here: http://www.korda.co.uk/fishingtackle/hooks/choddy
Right, let's make the rig!
Step 2: N-Trap Soft is a great, coated hooklength to tie the rig with.
Step 3: Create a large loop in the material by tying a figure-of-eight knot.
Step 4: Moisten the knot and pull it down tightly using a Korda Pulla.
Step 5: You should be left with a nice loop as in the picture in 'Step 5' above.
Step 6: Thread the hook onto the loop, like this.
Step 7: Now pop a rig ring onto the loop.
Step 8: Now take the loop over the hook point, like this.
Step 9: Pull the loop down to form a D for the bait to slide on.
Step 10: Make a 5mm break in the coating.
Step 11: Tie your chosen hook bait to the rig ring.
Step 12: Pop a split shot onto the link, just below the break.
Step 13: Now mould some Dark Matter putty around the shot.
Step 14: Now tie your Ring Swivel on using a grinner knot.
Step 15: Moisten the barrel of the knot and ease tight.
Step 16: That's it, the rig is complete.