D RIG: STEP 1

A hook with an out-turned eye and fluorocarbon are essential for tying the D rig.

D RIG: STEP 2

Remove some of the IQ Original Fluorocarbon. Around 12 inches is suffice.

D RIG: STEP 3

Push the tag end through the eye of a Choddy hook, like so.

D RIG: STEP 4

Begin to whip the Choddy hook on using a knotless knot.

D RIG: STEP 5

Once you have whipped down five times, take it back through the front of the eye.

D RIG: STEP 6

Thread a Micro Rig Ring onto the tag end that would normally be a hair.

D RIG: STEP 7

Then, place the tag back through the eye of the hook, as shown here.

D RIG: STEP 8

Carefully burn the tag end with a naked flame. This creates a blob.

D RIG: STEP 9

The blob prevents the tag end from pulling back through the eye.

D RIG: STEP 10

Attach a ring swivel by forming a figure-of-eight loop in the opposing end.

D RIG: STEP 11

Moisten the knot and then slowly pull it tight, like so.

D RIG: STEP 12

Trim the tag end with a sharp pair of Korda Razorblades.

D RIG: STEP 13

Anchor your pop-up down with the correct split shot. This is a No1 shot.

D RIG: STEP 14

Pineapple pop-ups are a fantastic bait for outwitting opportunist carp.

D RIG: STEP 15

Tie the pop-up onto some dental floss and then attach to the Micro Rig Ring.

D RIG: STEP 16

The final rig is very invisible and carp find it tricky to get rid of - superb!

D Rig Mechanics

An out and out pop-up rig, the D rig has been out for donkey's and is still widely used today by old-school anglers. The D sits stiff on a length of fluorocarbon meaning that it's virtually invisible and tricky to eject. Give it a try!

Learn how to tie the D 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: Firstly, you will need the following components to tie the perfect D rig. A hook with an out-turned eye and fluorocarbon are essential for tying the D rig.

- IQ Fluorocarbon - find out more here: http://www.korda.co.uk/fishingtackle/line-and-hook-links/iq-fluorocarbon

- Choddy - find out more about this here: http://www.korda.co.uk/fishingtackle/hooks/choddy

- Rig Rings - find out more here: http://www.korda.co.uk/fishingtackle/rig-bitz/rig-rings

Right, let's make the rig!

Step 2: Remove some of the IQ Original Fluorocarbon. Around 12 inches is suffice.

Step 3: Push the tag end through the eye of a Choddy hook.

Step 4: Begin to whip the Choddy hook on using a knotless knot.

Step 5: Once you have whipped down five times, take it back through the front of the eye.

Step 6: Thread a Micro Rig Ring onto the tag end that would normally be a hair.

Step 7: Then, place the tag back through the eye of the hook.

Step 8: Carefully burn the tag end with a naked flame. This creates a blob.

Step 9: The blob prevents the tag end from pulling back through the eye.

Step 10: Attach a ring swivel by forming a figure-of-eight loop in the opposing end.

Step 11: Moisten the knot and then slowly pull it tight.

Step 12: Trim the tag end with a sharp pair of Korda Razorblades.

Step 13: Anchor your pop-up down with the correct split shot. This is a No1 shot.

Step 14: Pineapple pop-ups are a fantastic bait for outwitting opportunist carp.