MAGGOT KLIP RIG: STEP 1

The components required to tie the rig.

MAGGOT KLIP RIG: STEP 2

Grab your N-Trap Soft and strip back six inches of coating.

MAGGOT KLIP RIG: STEP 3

Tie on the Maggot Klip using a grinner knot.

MAGGOT KLIP RIG: STEP 4

Slide a length of Silicone Tubing down the hooklength.

MAGGOT KLIP RIG: STEP 5

Carefully nick your hook point through the tubing.

MAGGOT KLIP RIG: STEP 6

Now poke the hook link through the eye of the hook, like this.

MAGGOT KLIP RIG: STEP 7

Your rig should now look like this.

MAGGOT KLIP RIG: STEP 8

Whip the hook in place using a knotless knot.

MAGGOT KLIP RIG: STEP 9

Now slide a 1.5cm section of shrink tubing onto the link.

MAGGOT KLIP RIG: STEP 10

Pop it onto the hook by sliding it over the eye.

MAGGOT KLIP RIG: STEP 11

Shrink the tubing down and let is for this natural angle as it cools.

MAGGOT KLIP RIG: STEP 12

Begin to tie a size-eight swivel onto the other end of the link using a grinner knot.

MAGGOT KLIP RIG: STEP 13

Carefully moisten the knot and ease it down to the swivel eye.

MAGGOT KLIP RIG: STEP 14

Open up the clasp and begin to thread on the maggots.

MAGGOT KLIP RIG: STEP 15

Continue to add maggots and then close up the Klip.

MAGGOT KLIP RIG: STEP 16

Your rig should now look like this. Mega effective!

Maggot Klip Rig Mechanics

When used in the correct circumstance, the maggot rig can be deadly. Maggot presentations can dominate waters during the colder month's, especially where there are small numbers of nuisance species. Combine the rig with a large, stocking bag of wriggly critters and you will have one fantastic presentation.